NeuRA Imaging’s newest tool enables simultaneous EEG and MRI

NeuRA Imaging’s newest tool enables simultaneous EEG and MRI

Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) now offers researchers access to the Compumedics MicroMagLink RT System, enabling simultaneous EEG and MRI studies with optimized imaging protocols.

Researchers seeking to utilize advanced imaging technology can now access the Compumedics MicroMagLink RT System at NeuRA Imaging. The system designed for integration with the 3T Philips MRI Scanner and its accompanying laptop and software have been tested and successfully applied to several studies, ensuring its reliability and efficiency in research applications.

The imaging protocols associated with the system have been optimized to enhance its functionality, providing high-quality results for complex studies.

The Compumedics MicroMagLink RT System facilitates the simultaneous recording of electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data. This capability is particularly beneficial for studies that require the correlation of electrical brain activity with anatomical and functional imaging. Running EEG and MRI simultaneously allows for a comprehensive understanding of brain dynamics, making it an indispensable tool for neuroscience research.

For further information or to arrange access to the system, interested researchers are encouraged to contact Brendan Moran or Michael Green via email at