MEG/EEG Source Modeling for Localization and Imaging of Brain Activity
For clarity purposes, we will not attempt to formalize in a general, overly technical way, the classes of approaches to MEG/EEG source estimation. We will rather adopt a pragmatic standpoint, observing that two main chapels have developed quite separately: the localization and the imaging approaches respectively (Salmelin & Baillet, 2009). Our purpose here is to mark methodological landmarks and stress on differences, similarities, and their respective assets.
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
Send an email | (414) 805-1174 | (414) 805-1103 (fax)
Jean Roccapalumba, CTRS, MBA: Program Manager
Send an email | (414) 805-9906 | (414) 259-1159 (fax)
Department of Neurology
Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
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.