How can we?

How can we measure movement in an environment
where patients have to be absolutely still?

How can we?

How can we study the brain to treat neurodegenerative conditions, neuropsychiatric patients, stroke, and brain injuries?

How can we?

How can we use MRI to conduct research
when nothing can be made of metal?
Measuring movement during functional magentic resonance imaging can be challenging. At Neuroimaging Solutions, we produce custom fiber optic force transducers for measuring forces produced inside the MRI scanning environment.

Measurements

Measurements
Sensors can be used for measuring head, upper limb, hand, knee, ankle, and hip force contractions. They are currently being used in both human and rodent research capacities.

Applications

Applications
Applications can range from sensory-motor neuroscience research to patient related studies in Parkinson's disease, autism, ADD, brain injuries and stroke rehabilitation protocols.

Paradigms

Paradigms
All sensor purchases come with our custom data collection software developed in LabView. This program includes built-in experimental paradigms.