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Experimenting with MEG: Current trends and future prospects

The Magnetoencephalography Lab at Athinoula Martinos Imaging Center at MIT hosted a lecture discussing MEG imaging in neuroscience:

Title: Experimenting with MEG: present and future prospects
Speaker: Lauri Parkkonen, Ph.D., Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Time: 11am-12:00pm
Date: Monday, 24 October 2011
Place: MIBR Seminar Room, 46-3189


In this lecture, Lauri Parkkonen of Elekta  presents a range of studies that illustrate the current possibilities of MEG. He also discusses the nature of MEG responses and how that relates to optimal experimental design. In addition, he elucidates some future prospects of MEG, both in methodological development and addressable neuroscience questions.

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