The SimBio Partners
Biomagnetic Center Jena
The Biomagnetic Center at the Department of Neurology at the
Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena is an interdisciplinary research centre
for basic and clinical research in the field of bioelectromagnetism.
At the present time 16 different groups from the Departments of Neurology,
Neurosurgery, Psychiatry, Neuropediatrics, Pediatrics, Psychology, Physiology,
Pathophysiology, Geriatrics, Cardiology, Gynaecology, ENT, Physics and
Biomedical Engineering perform investigations within 31 research projects.
The common interest of the variety of different groups is to apply the
advantages of bioelectromagnetic measurements to their specific field of
clinical or basic research, i.e. to use this non-invasive method for source
localisation and signal analysis.
The research in the Biomagnetic Center can be divided into clinical and basic research. Main points of the clinical research are:
Contact Point: Dr. Jens Haueisen