CURRY for Epilepsy Evaluation

CURRY is an ideal platform for combining and processing the various datasets that are obtained from a patient during an epilepsy evaluation. CURRY combines multiple data sets (EEG, ECoG, MEG, MRI, fMRI, CT, DTI, and PET) to ensure the maximum information from the patients complete data set is utilized in making critical decisions. An overview of CURRY for epilepsy evaluation is shown on one of our solution pages. A video gives a brief overview of the clinically related features of the Curry Neuroimaging Suite.

 

Clinical Curry Schools

As in previous years, Compumedics Neuroscan is organizing Clinical Curry Schools intended for physi­cians and EEG/MEG tech­nol­o­gists, specif­i­cally focused on the eval­u­a­tion of epilepsy EEG and MEG data. An overview of our upcoming Clinical Curry Schools can be found in the event listing.

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nowhiring FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE – Compumedics Neuroscan Regional Sales Representative - Compumedics Neuroscan currently has an open position for a regional sales representative in North America. The selected candidate will be responsible for customer contact, quote generation and followup, as well as attending conferences/trade shows. The desired candidate must have a background in research EEG and evoked potentials, with a preference for those with experience using […]
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