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Finnish MEG knowledge to Sweden

Karolinska Institutet has named Finnish experts to help starting Swedish brain research center.

Professor of Neuroscience and the Head of Aalto Brain Center Matti Hämäläinen and the head of Aalto NeuroImaging Veikko Jousmäki from the Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering have been named guest professors at Swedish Karolinska Institutet. Their knowledge will be used in setting a national brain research center, NatMEG, up and going.

The Swedish National Facility for Magnetoencephalography, NatMEG, strives to strengthen the Swedish knowledge and competitiveness in neuroscience and MEG-research.

Different senses, as hearing and different processes, like processing languages and speak can be measured with MEG.

 

Professor of neuroscience Matti Hämäläinen.

Researcher Veikko Jousmäki.

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