High channel count EEG recommended as a quality standard for presurgical epilepsy workup. The working group on presurgical epilepsy diagnosis and operative epilepsy treatment has published their guidelines for quality standards for Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. The standards include video EEG with at least 64 channels and at least two other advanced imaging methods, including 64-256 channel EEG with source imaging. Access the paper.

UBC researchers develop test for concussion using dense array EEG. Researchers at the University of British Columbia are using EGI’s dense array EEG as an objective method of assessing brain changes after a concussion. Watch the 3-minute video that describes this exciting research.

EGI Science team publishes seminal paper on new Geodesic Transcranial Electrical Neuromodulation (GTEN) Technology. In this first study of GTEN technology, EGI investigates the effects of precision, dense array neuromodulation on specific brain targets. Pulsed protocols showed long-term depression of motor cortex excitability, sustained over 90 minutes following current injection. Read the paper. Read more about EGI’s GTEN 100 Research product.

Workshops, Schools, and Symposia

Individual Head Models for Electrical Neuroimaging and Neuromodulation
Talk by Don Tucker, PhD, at the University of Chicago Neuroimaging Workshop, San Diego, November 10, 2016. Details.

Dense Array Transcranial Electrical Neuromodulation. Details. View it now.


Clinical Conferences
Research Conferences
  • November 10, Electrical Neuroimaging Workshop (ENW), San Diego, CA, USA
  • November 12-16, Society for Neuroscience (SFN), San Diego, CA, USA, booth 512