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Revision as of 17:40, 24 April 2018

The "User" section of the website contains information relevant to the users of the MEG Core Facility, such as gaining access, descriptions of lab equipment, and so on. For analysis of MEG data, please see the Meg section.

  • Calendar instruction page

Policies and Procedures

These documents comprise the official policies and procedures for the MEG lab.

  • MEG Core Mission / Vision Statement
MISSION STATEMENT


The Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Core Facility is a multi-user facility dedicated to providing resources for use by NIH Institutes and the Clinical Center. The mission of the MEG Core Facility is to provide all necessary support for Principal Investigators (PI) conducting research to successfully design and implement an MEG based project. This will usually include detailed experimental design discussion, software and hardware design and testing, training in data collection and system instruction, signal processing and data analysis.


VISION STATEMENT


The MEG Core Facility is dedicated to offering and providing state-of-the-art services. We will maintain excellence in the performance of magnetoencephalography research and will be recognized as a preeminent center for the performance of biomedical imaging research.


Operations(1.00)

Hours of Operation

National Institute of Mental Health

Subject:
MEG Core Facility
Hours of Operation
Policy No. 1.00

Date: 1/03
Revised 9/03; 6/06; 7/07; 10/08; 8/09; 1/12; 1/14; 1/15

Recommended By:
MEG Core Facility Staff

Distribution: MEG Core Facility

Policy: The MEG Core Facility hours of operation are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday.


1) Normal hours of operations 9:00-5:00 pm Monday - Friday. The MEG Core Facility staff will be available to assist users during normal hours of operation.
2) Users may schedule scans for after hours provided they have received training and are capable of operating MEG equipment in accordance with MEG policies and procedures.
After hours use authorization must be obtained from MEG Core staff.
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Laboratory Access

National Institute of Mental Health

Subject:
MEG Core Facility
Laboratory Access
Policy No. 1.05

Date: 1/03
Revised 9/03; 6/06; 7/07; 10/08; 1/12; 1/14; 1/15; 2/18

Recommended By:
MEG Core Facility Staff

Distribution: MEG Core Facility

Policy: The MEG Lab keyless entry system will be utilized for MEG lab access before, during or after normal lab hours.


1) MEG Users will be given the MEG Lab keyless entry code during the MEG Orientation Training class.
2) During Normal Hours of Operations- the MEG Lab may or may not be locked, however, if locked access may be gained / the door can be unlocked by using the access code.
3) After Normal Hours of Operations and on the weekends- the MEG Lab will be locked, however, access can be gained by using the keyless entry system.
4) All equipment, except for all computers (acquisition and workstation), must be powered off upon departure.
5) It will be the responsibility of the user to make sure the lab is locked upon departure.





Scheduling (2.00)

Scheduling

National Institute of Mental Health

Subject:
MEG Core Facility
Scheduling Procedures
Policy No. 2.00

Date: 1/03
Revised 9/03; 6/06; 7/07; 10/08; 1/12; 1/14; 1/15; 2/18

Recommended By:
MEG Core Facility Staff

Distribution: MEG Core Facility

Policy: MEG scan time will be requested and scheduled electronically via the web-based calendar at: http://kurage.nimh.nih.gov/cal/.

Scan time will be scheduled on a first-come -first served basis. All requests must be approved before going "live" on the public calendar. All unapproved time requests will appear in red. When a MEG schedule notification is received, an MEG administrator will be responsible for approving or denying the request. Users will auto matically receive an email message notifying them when their time has been approved.


Procedure:

Requesting Time -
1) Click