Aalto NeuroImaging (ANI) Infrastructure
Measurements at Aalto NeuroImaging facilities (MRI/fMRI, MEG, TMS, ABL) can be continued 10.6.2020.
MEG Core has gradually developed from an in-house MEG laboratory of the Low Temperature Laboratory of the Helsinki University of Technology to a research infrastructure serving Aalto University and other researchers. MEG Core facilitates multidisciplinary brain imaging. We also organise MEG introductory training for new MEG users together with MEGIN Oy.
MEG Core has moved to new renovated facilities at Puumiehenkuja in 2008. At the same time, the magnetically shielded room (MSR) and MEG device were updated. The premises have very low ambient magnetic noise.
Reservation calendar anitime.aalto.fi
All the ANI laboratories and some of the equipment must be reserved before use. Reservations are made for individual research permissions. After your permission is accepted, you will get username and password for the reservation system.
A new user has to complete five steps before measurements can be done at MEG Core. See details of these steps below.
- A new user has an obligation to become acquainted with the MEG Core safety and general instructions.
- All studies involving human subjects, must acquire a supporting statement from appropriate ethics committee (e.g. from Aalto University (in Finnish), Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (in Finnish) or University of Helsinki).
- The technical director accepts the research permission (in the forms below), which includes among others signature by the principal investigator, the names of people who are allowed to make reservations with this research permission, and the number of hours, which are also denoted in the financial obligation by the user.
- MEG device can be reserved at the internet. When reserving scanner hours, the user can also request for participation of the MEG technologist. Confirmation of the participation is sent by e-mail. Contact [email protected] for more information.
- Check the Measurement checklist document before your first measurement.