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What is MEG

Magnetoencephalography, or MEG, is a noninvasive neuroimaging technique designed to measure brain activity via magnetic fields. MEG measures the change in these magnetic fields to provide an indirect measure of the strength and location of brain activity.

What is MEG?
How MEG Works
How MEG Works

We are the BabyMEG Lab under the FNNDSC at Boston Children’s Hospital. The BabyMEG system is at the forefront of MEG technologies and was one of the first systems designed specifically for children 0-4 years of age. The facility itself is ideally located across from the NICU to provide ease of access for patients while bringing together researchers and clinicians to promote an integrated approach to developing technologies and caring for patients.

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