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==Latest News==
 
==Latest News==
* Due to the COVID–19 pandemic, the MEG Lab is closed. The system is warm, i.e., non-operational. We will let you know when the system is available for use again.
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* The MEG service and cool-down process has begun! The helium recycler (reliquifier) will also be installed in the coming week. We anticipate opening for business on November 9th!
 
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Before everyone schedules, '''we are requiring some additional training in our new COVID protocols.''' This additional training can be completed virtually, with Anna Namyst. This is not a replacement for the usual MEG training, it is an additional requirement.
*'''New!!''' -- [[Brainsight Coregistration]] -- The MEG Core now boasts a [https://www.rogue-research.com/tms/brainsight-tms/ Brainsight system] for online coregistration and we are happy to train your group to use it! Contact [mailto:anna.namyst@nih.gov Anna Namyst] for training.  
 
  
 
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Revision as of 17:16, 26 October 2020

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NIMH MEG Core Facility

National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland

Welcome

Welcome to the NIMH MEG Core Facility website. Here you can find information ranging from local operations of the lab, to general topics on the analysis of MEG data, including software available for download.

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Latest News

  • The MEG service and cool-down process has begun! The helium recycler (reliquifier) will also be installed in the coming week. We anticipate opening for business on November 9th!

Before everyone schedules, we are requiring some additional training in our new COVID protocols. This additional training can be completed virtually, with Anna Namyst. This is not a replacement for the usual MEG training, it is an additional requirement.

Useful links:

Coming Soon:

  • MEG Basics for Clinical Staff - what you need to know when you provide coverage in the MEG Lab for your subject/patient during a MEG scan.