April 2021

MEGIN selects ABEX Global Healthcare, Thailand as a distribution partner


MEGIN is delighted to announce that ABEX Global Healthcare, a partner of ABEX and its sister companies, has been selected as our commercial distributor and support contractor. ABEX Medical System and ABEX Global Healthcare have a direct local presence in Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Singapore, with this agreement, MEGIN will be able to leverage the local expertise and knowledge of the teams in Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Singapore. MEGIN is excited to be represented by ABEX Global Healthcare at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Neurological Surgeons of Thailand in Bangkok in May 2021.


MEGIN’s updated Training and Education program


MEGIN has updated its Training and Education program for our customers. The training scheme includes a full range of training products to help users successfully carry out their tasks in the MEG program. We are offering a range of online and hands-on core user training, as well as technical key user courses. Please click below for further details.  

MEGIN Community update



MEGIN Community enables the customer to ask questions and interact online with our Customer Care Team, and complete online training courses. We are releasing MEGIN Community to TRIUX™ neo and Elekta Neuromag® TRIUX system customers according to their region and available content. The MEGIN Customer Care Team will be contacting eligible users in the coming months. Please click below for a MEGIN Community overview.

MEGIN Customer Installations across the globe


Despite COVID-19, MEGIN is extremely proud of our service engineers and training team members who have adapted to the “new normal” to continue to deliver an excellent service for all our global customers. Together with our partners, we have been able to install devices across 8 different sites, in the US, Europe, and China in the last 6 months.

MEGIN announces multiple TRIUX™ neo MEG Lab site at Boys Town National Research Hospital, Nebraska, USA

MEGIN is delighted to support Boys Town National Research Hospital® in Nebraska in their journey to revolutionize child and teen brain research at the new Institute for Human Neuroscience. The Institute will be a brand-new 15,000+ square foot research facility specifically built for this group of researchers and their state-of-the-art equipment.

The facility opened this month and it is one of the most cutting-edge neuroscience research facilities in the nation. “We will be the only site in the world with two next-generation MEGIN’s TRIUX™ neo systems,” said Tony Wilson, Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Human Neuroscience. The facility will also include other trailblazing instruments for human neuroscience research. In the below video, Tony Wilson and his team at Boys Town National Research Hospital describe their journey during the creation of this incredible institution. Please click on below image to watch the opening of the Institute for Human Neuroscience. More information here.


University of Glasgow’s Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi) to install MEGIN TRIUX™ neo  



MEGIN is pleased to announce that The Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi), Institute for Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow, UK has completed the contract to purchase the MEGIN state-of-the-art TRIUX™ neo this month. The installation and start-up are planned for summer 2021.

MEGIN Customer Spotlights

Dr. Saleem Malik, Medical Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy program as well as the MEG Lab, Fort Worth, Texas

An insightful discussion of how using neuroimaging tools including magnetoencephalography (MEG) helps patients with refractory epilepsy. Dr. Malik explains how MEG can solve problems for those patients where medication is not bringing epileptic seizures under control. Please click on the image below for the full interview.

Epilepsy patient’s incredible journey now seizure-free after brain surgery

An incredible journey of a teenager who is now able to live free of epileptic seizures since brain surgery. This was achieved through a combination of methods and tools, including Magnetoencephalography (MEG), a functional brain mapping technology. Please click on the image below for the full interview.

MEG Community News

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Global MEG Research Studies/News

Sensitivity of magnetoencephalography as a diagnostic tool for epilepsy: a prospective study



The objective of this study was to determine the benefit of routine MEG with regard to diagnostic gain relative to frequently used examinations such as routine EEG, EEGsd, or 24-hour EEG, when available. We hypothesized that the sensitivity and specificity of routine MEG would be comparable to or higher than that for the above-mentioned EEG examinations. Furthermore, a diagnostic gain using routine MEG may be expected for epileptiform discharges that are not apparent on EEG. Click the link below for a full study.

Normal Variants in Magnetoencephalography



A MEG review on normal variants in MEG, although not occurring frequently, may appear similar to epileptic activity. Misinterpretation may lead to false diagnoses. In the context of presurgical evaluation, normal variants may lead to mislocalizations with severe impact on the viability and success of surgical therapy. Click the link below for a full article.

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