At Rogue Resolutions, we specialise in bringing together and combining technologies, techniques and services for neuroscience and in doing so, help our customers around the world to conduct robust, credible, replicable and cutting edge research.
We achieve this by offering state of the art equipment combined with unrivalled service and support from our experienced team of product and application specialists.
For monophasic TMS, controllable from the coil, computer or external trigger.
This unit has up to 2Hz repetition rate and has upgrade route to paired-pulse.
An exciting collaboration with key academics, providing a range of opportunities for early career researchers including symposia, workshops, Research Challenge Prize and Young Investigator Award. The flagship event is our annual conference.
We’ll be attending or exhibiting at these upcoming events, look forward to seeing you there.
We run a range of practical workshops, book your place early to secure a place.
Revolutionary product used in over 500 labs worldwide featuring universal MRI and overlay compatibility and universal TMS compatibility. With Brainsight’s intuitive yet flexible project workflow you can record data with every TMS pulse: coil location/orientation, stimulator information, MEP, EEG and fNIRS.
Rogue Resolutions are proud to have set up a new transcranial magnetic stimulation laboratory at Lancaster University. The lab features the DuoMAG XT-100 repetitive TMS stimulator, the DuoMAG MP-Dual TMS… Read more »
The Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC) recently benefitted from installation of four Brainsight TMS Navigation systems, continuing their close relationship with Rogue Resolutions and enhancing their research capabilities…. Read more »
We are pleased to announce the recent installation of a DuoMAG MP-Dual system for the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London. The DuoMAG MP-Dual is a fully… Read more »
We are pleased to announce the recent installation of a DuoMAG XT-100 repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulator (rTMS) system at Bournemouth University’s Department of Psychology. Dr Ben Parris, Head of… Read more »