Principles of MEG and EEG

(1) Physiological sources of electromagnetic fields

Electrical currents flowing in our neural cells and head tissues generate electromagnetic fields that can be captured non-invasively from outside the head.

(2) MEG and EEG instrumentation

Learn about the basics of MEG and EEG sensing technology.

Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin MEG Contact Information

Research investigators and clinical physicians are encouraged to contact us for further information on how to access our MEG Program and services.

  • Jeffrey Stout, PhD: Technical Manager
  • Jean Roccapalumba, CTRS, MBA: Program Manager

Mailing Address:

MEG Program
Department of Neurology
Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226

MEG Program Site Map


If you are a physician and would like to inquire about or order a MEG study for your patients, please visit Froedtert Hospital MEG web pages for basic information about the procedure and/or contact Linda Allen, RN BSN, our Epilepsy Program Coordinator at (414) 805-3641 to refer your patient to our Program.

If you are a patient who is about to undergo an MEG procedure, please also visit Froedtert Hospital MEG web pages for useful information regarding the MEG routine.

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