“Information content with low- vs. high-Tc SQUID arrays in MEG recordings: The case for high-Tc SQUID-based MEG” by Justin Schneiderman published in Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Assistant professor Justin Schneiderman at MedTech West and the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Sahlgrenska Academy and the University of Gothenburg, has been published in Journal of Neuroscience Methods.

Read the full article at Science Direct.


Justin Schneiderman prepares former PhD student Fredrik Öisjöen for high-Tc SQUID-based MEG recordings.