for fNIRS, TMS-NIRS, EEG-NIRS & MEG-NIRS
-NIRS functional brain imaging with neuronavigation to plan and digitise optode location on the subject's MRI for improved spatial accuracy
-4 to 24 sources; 8 to 32 cortical detectors providing 72+ channels of data
-Multi-modality integration with TMS, tDCS / tACS, EEG, MRI, MEG
We’ll be attending or exhibiting at these upcoming events and we look forward to seeing you there.
We run a range of practical workshops, book early to secure a place!
UCL Institute of Neurology, London, United Kingdom
An exciting collaboration with key academics, providing a range of opportunities for early career researchers including workshops, Research Challenge Prize and Young Investigator Award. The flagship event is our annual conference.
Haya Akkad, BrainBox Initiative Poster Presentation winner 2018 Researchers were invited to submit abstracts for inclusion in the BrainBox Initiative Conference poster session, particularly in the area of non-invasive brain... Read more »
Dr Maria Ironside, Young Investigator Award Winner 2018 We are proud to announce that Dr Maria Ironside of Harvard University is the winner of the 2018 BrainBox Initiative Young Investigator... Read more »
Mirja Steinbrenner, Research Challenge winner 2018. We recently spoke to Mirja Steinbrenner, MD, of King's College London, who was awarded the 2018 BrainBox Initiative Research Challenge award. Mirja's winning submission to... Read more »
Introducing Kathy Ruddy, Research Challenge winner 2018. We are very proud to introduce our very first interview with Kathy Ruddy of Trinity College Dublin, one of the two successful 2018... Read more »