ECG users in North America:

Washington University in St. Louis

Prof. Yoram Rudy

Dept of Biomedical Engineering
St. Louis, MO, USA
ActiveTwo 256-channel system for BSPM research

Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal
Centre de recherche
Dr Gaétan Tremblay
Montréal, QE, Canada
64 channel ActiveTwo for BSPM research

Dalhousie University
Prof. Milan Horacek
Department of Physiology & Biophysics
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
One 128-channel Mark-6 system in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping applications.

Mount Sinai Hospital

Dr Vijay Chauhan

Toronto, ON, Canada
ActiveTwo 131-channel system for BSPM research

University of Pennsylvania

Dr Edward Gerstenfeld

Department of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division
Philadelphia, PA , USA
ActiveTwo 32-channel system for BSPM research

 

EEG users in North America:


Point Loma Nazarene University

Dr Sarah Marion

Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience
San Diego, USA
16+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Brock University

Dr Veena Dwivedi

Applied Linguistics / Centre for Neuroscience
Ontario, Canada
128+8 ActiveTwo EEG/ERP Acquisition system.

Universite de Sherbrooke

Dr Dominique Lorrain

Departement de Psychologie
Sherbrooke Quebec, Canada
32+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Army Research Laboratory

Scott E.Kerick

Human Research and Engineering Directorate
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, USA
Two 64+8 ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

University of California San Fransisco

Adam Gazzaley

Mission Bay Campus
San Farncisco, CA, USA
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Nicole Wicha

San Antonio, TX, USA
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

University of Utah

David Bradshaw

Pain Research Center
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
8 channel ActiveTwo for EMG research

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Prof Greg Essick

School of Dentistry
Chapel Hill, NC, USA
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

The Brain Research Institute

Dr. Alarik Arenander

Fairfield, IA, USA
32+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Washington University in St. Louis

Prof. Martin Arthur

Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
St. Louis, MO, USA
128 channel ActiveTwo system for ECG/BSPM research

UC Davis, University of California

Dr. Petr Janata

Dr Lee Miller
Dr. Clifford Saron
Dr. David Corina
Dr. Steven Luck
Center for Mind and Brain
Davis, CA, USA
One 256+8 channel and two 128+8 channel and one 96+8 channel and one 64+8 ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Princeton University
Office of Population Research
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

UC Berkeley, University of California

Prof. Stanley Klein

School of Optometry
128+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

NeuroFocus, Inc.

Dr A.K. Pradeep

Berkeley, CA, USA
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dr. Joseph Hopfinger

Department of Psychology
Chapel Hill, NC, USA
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Simon Fraser University

Dr. Stephen Campbell

Faculty of Education
Burnaby, BC, Canada
Two 64+8 channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Microsoft Research

Dr Desney Tan

Redmond, WA, USA
32+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

California State University Long Beach

Jennifer Ostergen

Department of Communicative Disorders
Long Beach, CA, USA
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

University of Victoria

Dr. Nigel Livingston

Department of Biology
Victoria, BC, Canada
32 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Simon Fraser University

Dr John McDonald

Department of Psychology
Barnaby, BC, Canada
Two 128+8 channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Mindware Technologies

Dave Lozano

Gahanna, OH, USA
32+8 channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

JatoTech Ventures

Dan Ray

64+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

McGill University
Dr. Caroline Palmer
96+8 channel ActiveTwo

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Dr David Wolk

Department of Neurology
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Montreal

Dr. Michelle McKerral

Centre de Recherche en Neuropsychologie et Cognition (CERNEC)
Montreal, QC, Canada
64+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Case Western Reserve University

Prof. Albert Waldo

Department of Medicine
Cleveland, OH, USA
Two 528 channel ActiveTwo systems for ECG research

University of New Mexico

Dr. Vince Clark

Department of Psychology
Albuquerque, NM, USA
128+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Fairfield University

Dr John F. McCathy

Department of Psychology
Fairfield, CT, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Washington

Dr Rajesh P.N. Rao

Computer Science and Engineering
Seattle, WA, USA
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Middlebury College

Matthew Kimble

Department of Psychology
Middlebury, VT, USA
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Florida

Dr Mingzhou Ding

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Gainesville, FL, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Dr. Charles Clifton

Department of Psychology
Amherst, MA, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Dr Mariana Figueiro

Lightning Research Centre
Troy, NY, USA
8-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Maharishi University of Management

Dr Fred Travis

Fairfield, IA, USA
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Colorado State University

Dr Bill Gavin

Department of Occupational Therapy
Fort Collins, CO, USA
Two 40-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Dalhousie University

Dr Thomas Trappenberg

Faculty of Computer Sciences
Halifax, NS, Canada
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of California, San Diego

Dr Marissa Weterfield

Research on Aging and Development
La Jolla, CA, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

North Dakota State University

Dr Mark McCourt

Center for Visual Neuroscience
Fargo, ND, USA
Two 168-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

City University of New York

Dr Hilary Gomes

Psychology Department
New York, NY, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Hunter College

Dr Tracy A. Dennis

Emotion Regulation Laboratory
New York, NY, USA
64-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Cullen College of Engineering

Dr Bhavin Sheth

Electrical & Computer Engineering
Houston, TX. USA
32-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of California, Santa Barbara

Dr Barry Giesbrecht

Department of Psychology
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG

University of Wisconsin

Dr Richard J. Davidson

The Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior
Madison, WI, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG

University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Bruce Turetsky

Department of Psychiatry
Philadelphia, PA USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Bethel College

Dr Dwight Krehbiel

Department of Psychology
North Newton, KS, USA
24-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Minnesota

Dr Scott Sponheim

Brain Sciences Center
Minneapolis, MN, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

New Mexico State University

Dr Laura Thompson

Department of Psychology
Las Cruces, NM, USA
136-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center

Dr Kent Kiehl

Hartford, CT, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Columbia University

Dr Paul Sajda

Laboratory for Intelligent Imaging and Neural Computing
New York, NY, USA
136-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Connecticut

Dr Jim Magnuson

Cognitive Neuroscience of Language & Cognition
Storrs, CT, USA
136-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Emory University

Dr Linda Black

Division of Pediatrics
Atlanta, GA, USA
ActiveTwo 72-channel system for EEG research

New Mexico State University

Dr Jim Kroger

Department of Psychology
Las Cruces, NM, USA
ActiveTwo 136-channel system for EEG reseach

McGill University

Dr Debra Titone

Department of Psychology
Montreal, QC, Canada
ActiveTwo 72-channel system for EEG reseach

SUNY Stony Brook University
Dr Daniel Klein

Dr Greg Hajcak

Department of Psychology
Stony Brook, NY, USA
64+8 channel ActiveTwo
40 channel ActiveTwo

Oregon Health and Sciences University

Dr Tamara Hayes

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Beaverton, OR, USA
ActiveTwo 24-channel system for EEG research

Naval Health Research Center

Dr Erik Viire

San Diego, CA, USA
 
ActiveTwo 136-channel system for EEG reseach

University of Pennsylvania

Dr Bruce Turetsky

Department of Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry section
Philadelphia, PA, USA
ActiveTwo 40-channel system for EEG research

Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital

Andrew E. Budson

Department of Neurology
Bedford, MA, USA
ActiveTwo 140-channel system for EEG research

Suny-Stony Brook University

Dr. Lilianne R. Mujica-Parodi

Dept of Biomedical Engineering/Psychiatry
Stony Brook, NY, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Georgia

Dr. Schirmer

Athens, GA, USA
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Iowa
Department of Exercise Science
Iowa City, IA, USA
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Georgia Institute of Technology
Department of Psychology
Atlanta, GA, USA
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

City College of New York
New York, NY, USA

130-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA, USA

40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB, Canada

40-channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research


University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
 

8-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


Brock University
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Berkeley university of California
Berkeley, CA, USA
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.
One 8-channel AIB-box.

Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
University of California San Diego
La Jolla, CA, USA
 
 
One 256-channel ActiveTwo system.
This system can be optically daisy-chained in order to be able to measures on 2 subject at the same time with a total number of 288 channels. (136 channels for each subject + 16 AIB channels)
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system.
One 8-channel AIB-box.

The Children's hospital
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral sciences
Denver, CO, USA
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system in use for Children's EEG research.

University of California
Dr. Sandman
Department of prenatal stress research
Irvine, CA, USA
 
One 32-channel ActiveTwo system with 16 channel AIB-box in use for EEG research.

University of California
Irvine, CA, USA
 
One 64-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Washington State University
Department of Psychology
Pullman, WA, USA
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system in use for Psychology research.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Department of Psychology
Blacksburg, VA, USA
One 80-channel ActiveOne in use for EEG research

University of Minnesota
Dr. Steve Malone
Department of Psychology, Twin & Family study
Minneapolis, MN,USA
 
 
Two 80-channel ActiveTwo systems in use for EEG research

University of Houston
Dr. George Zouridakis
Biomedical Imaging Lab
Houston, TX, USA
One 256-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

McGill University
Dr. Vincent Gracco
School of communication sciences and disorders
Montreal, QC, Canada
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

New York Office of Mental Health

Dr. John Foxe

Nathan S. Kline Institute
Orangeburg, NY, USA
One 168-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research
One 68-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

University of Houston

Dr. Ben Jansen

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Houston, TX, USA
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

Washington and Lee University

Dr. Tyler Lorig

Department of Psychology
Lexington, VA, USA
One 96-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

University of Quebec at Montreal
Montréal, Canada
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Montreal
Montréal, Canada
 
One 64-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, OR, USA
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.
One 8-channel AIB-box.

University of Montreal
Montréal, Canada
 
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.
One 136-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Texas at El Paso
Communication Sciences
Dr Sam Riccillo
El Paso , TX, USA
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

California Institute of Technology
Joydeed Bhattacharya
Division of Biology
Pasadena, CA, USA
One 32-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research

National Institutes of Health
Dr Chris Poletto
Medical Neurology Branch, NINDS
Bethesda, MD, USA
One 16-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research

Honeywell
Dr Stephan Whitlow
Honeywell Laboratories
Minneapolis MN, USA
One 40-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research

New York State Psychiatric Institute
Dr. Gerard Bruder, Dr. Jurgen Kayser, Dr. Craig Tenke
Department of Biopsychology
New York, NY, USA
One 72-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research


EEG/EMG users in North America:


London South Bank University

Dr Joanna Bowtell

Academy of Sport, Physical Activity and Well-being
Faculty of Engineering, Science and the Built Environment
London, UK
160-channel ActiveTwo for EEG/EMG research

Daping Hospital,Research Institute of Surgery
The Third Military Medical University
Chongqing, China
 
One 32-channel ActiveOne with headcap and active sEMG array

North West University
The Neuroimaging and Motor Control Laboratory
Prof Jules Dewald
Chicago, IL, USA
One 168-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

Taipei Veterans General Hospital
Anita Lin
Department of medical research and education
Taipei, Taiwan
One 80-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG/EMG research

Hogeschool Zuyd
Department Biometrie
Ir Huub van Gussem
Heerlen, The Netherlands
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG/EMG research

 

 

EMG users in North America:


VanDer Bilt University

Prof. Alan Bradshaw

Gastrointestinal biomagnetism research group
Nashville, TS, USA