:: Compumedics Neuroscan announces the release of
CURRY-SCAN 7 Neuroimaging Suite
March, 2012. Compumedics Neuroscan, the global leader in EEG-MEG-Neuroimaging processing is excited to announce the immediate availabilty of its newest software suite for all Neuroscan systems.
CURRY-SCAN 7 Neuroimaging Suite (CURRY 7). CURRY 7 advances the CURRY software and now integrates the Acquisition and Signal Processing features of the SCAN software. The full CURRY 7 suite includes the ability to acquire EEG and conduct all necessary signal processing of EEG and MEG data. CURRY 7 will also integrate and co-register multiple functional and image modalities in a single software package including MRI, CT, fMRI, PET and SPECT image data. Thus, brain activity can be localized with maximum accuracy and visualized in its anatomical context. Advanced reporting and exporting tools provide all the data and graphics needed for publications.
The Compumedics Neuroscan CURRY 7 software replaces both the SCAN software and the CURRY software product lines. While CURRY 7 is a single software package, its parts are licensed individually so they can be combined to tailor the exact software tool that is needed by the customer. The license levels are: Acquisition, Signal Processing,Basic Source Analysis, Advanced Source Analysis, with Network and Digital Video options. See the Neuroscan web site (www.neuroscan.com) for CURRY 7 Equivalents of the current product line.
Find all the details at www.neuroscan.com.
:: Reinvigorated Support Team for improved customer experience.
March, 2012. The US Compumedics Neuroscan group has been positioning itself for renewed growth. Several personnel changes and additions have occurred in the past couple of months in efforts to improve the Compumedics customer experience.
Compumedics is pleased to announce that Rob Simon, MSc, (email@example.com) who has been the bulwark of Research Customer Support over ten years, is now in the position of Neuroscan Sales Engineer. Rob will be working with the Neuroscan team to present the latest Compumedics Neuroscan products, such as the Curry Scan 7 Neuroimaging suite to the wider market.
Compumedics is further pleased to announce the recent hiring of Ronnie Abi-Raad, PhD (Ronnie@neuroscan.com) into the position of Research Support Engineer, taking on the responsibilities for Neuroscan customer/product support. Ronnie has worked for the Neuroscan division in a similar role in the past and is experienced with most of the Compumedics Neuroscan products.
Ron and Ronnie, together with the other members of the wider Compumedics Neuroscan support team endeavour to provide high quality customer service and support.
Neuroscan News - Issue 2, can be viewed here:
NEW! Article in J. Clinical Neurophysiology
A new original article titled "Dipole Versus Distributed EEG Source Localization for Single Versus Averaged Spikes in Focal Epilepsy" was published in the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology Volume 27 Number 3, June 2010.
Curtis Ponton PhD Chief SCientist, Vice President of Compumedics Neuroscan says this is an "outstanding collaboration, moving CURRY into the clinical realm."
> Read article abstract HERE (PDF)
MagLink School Reviews:
From November 18 to 20, 2010, Neuroscan conducted a "Live MagLink School: EEG in MR" in London Ontario. The site venue was Lawson Health Research Institute, Imaging. Eight participants attended. The three day sessions covered MagLink hardware and software demonstrations. Daytime and evening sessions of "Live on Line" Data Acquistion and Analysis of the EEG and ERP recorded live in the MRI were conducted.
Also demonstrated: removal of Gradient Artifact and Removal of Ballistocardiogram, Examples of Analysis for EEG and ERP. A final session provided an overview of CURRY - Current density Recontruction and applications into EEG in the MRI.
About Lawson Health Research Institute:
As the research institute of London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph's Health Care, London, and working in partnership with The University of Western Ontario, Lawson Health Research Institute is committed to furthering scientific knowledge to advance health care around the world.
Neuroscan News - EU Edition, can be viewed here:
John Ebersole Interview
Application of CURRY in Clinical Epilepsy
John Ebersole, MD is a prominent Clinical Neurologist in Chicago. In this interview with Ross Apparies, P.hD., John presents his ideas on the clinical utilization of CURRY within his practice.
CURRY has been featured on the front cover of the February 2008 cover of Epilepsia. Click the cover below to access the most recent abstract specific to Source Localization utilizing CURRY.
Cover image used with written permission of Authors and Blackwell Publishing.
Neuroscan News - Issue 1, can be viewed here:
Compumedics Neuroscan has been operating out of El Paso, TX since our acquisition of the Neuroscan business. For many reasons, we choose to maintain that location until the lease on that facility ended. Over the years we have been evaluating new locations that would allow us to better serve our customer, reduce our costs of transportation and be able to draw on a readily available workforce of highly qualified applicants. More...
Jerzy P. Szaflarski, M.D., Ph.D reports over 50 patients recorded in the MRI environment.
Jerzy P. Szaflarski is the director of the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program and an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Cincinnati, OH. He has a special interest in simultaneous EEG and fMRI for the study of the origins of spike and wave discharges in patients with medication-resistant idiopathic generalized epilepsies. His recordings have been done with the SynAmps2 and MagLink system in a Varian 4T MRI. to learn more, visit his website by clicking HERE.
ACCESS SDK News
Students using a donated Siesta wireless EEG system and our ACCESS SDK software developed an EEG based wheelchair guidance system that steers using only brain activity. Learn more about the competiton and their efforts by clicking any of the links below.
USA Today article
The Christian Science Monitor
The Tech from MIT