NatMEG is the first and only research laboratory in Sweden for whole-head measurements of neuronal brain activity using magnetoencephalography (MEG). The NatMEG lab was inaugurated in October 2013, and is one out of only 170 active MEG labs worldwide. If you are new to MEG or just want to be inspired, why not enjoy some of our videolectures on MEG?
Look at what lecturers are available here.
Or browse lectures via topics here.
NatMEG is a national infrastructure, available for researchers from all across Sweden. Already within 1 year after opening, research teams from Gothenburg, Umeå, Lund, Linköping, and Stockholm have begun accessing the facilities, addressing a wide array of topics.
Read more about the researchers and activities at NatMEG here.
Read more about NatMEG user services and user agreements here.
Look at lab time availability here.
Warmly welcome to visit NatMEG, and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if you are interested in visiting or accessing the NatMEG facilities and support.
The address is here, and this is who to contact.
NatMEG regularly arranges activities such as invited talks, symposium, analysis workshops and user training.
NatMEG exists because of generous and crucial sponsoring and funding from the following parties:
The equipment at NatMEG was sponsored by Knut & Alice Wallenberg foundation.
The operation and service at NatMEG is funded by a grant from Vetenskapsrådet, the Swedish Research Council.
The NatMEG guest professors are supported by StratNeuro, the Strategic Research Area Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet.
NatMEG community activities, such as regular analysis workshops and conferences are supported by Swedish Bioimaging, the network for Swedish national infrastructures within bioimaging.