EEG and Neuroimaging Laboratory

Ontario Tech University (University of Ontario Institute of Technology), Oshawa, Ontario
What the facility does

Research on the development and function of the central nervous system (CNS) and sensory motor systems.

Areas of expertise

The EEG and Neuroimaging Laboratory is dedicated to exploring the fascinating intricacies of the human brain. The lab’s primary focus areas include investigating hand dominance, brain plasticity, and brain imaging techniques, to unravel complex problems of the neurobiology of the brain and the central nervous system (CNS) relating to normal movement and movement related disorders.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is at the forefront of the facility’s research. With state-of-the-art EEG equipment, and a team of talented multidisciplinary researchers, the facility can capture and analyze the intricate patterns of neural oscillations, providing valuable insights into brain function and cognition. Researchers at the lab use electrophysiological and imaging modalities such as electroencephalography technology, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and imaging modalities also examining hand dominance, brain plasticity, and brain imaging in normal and abnormal states.

Research services

The EEG and Neuroimaging Laboratory researches and examines complex problems pertaining to the neurobiology of the brain, particularly movement and movement related disorders. Utilizing leading-edge equipment and technology, the lab employs data analysis and practical experimentation efforts to provide increased understanding of brain function and cognition.

Sectors of application
  • Education
  • Healthcare and social services
  • Life sciences, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment
Specialized lab Equipment Function
York University Sherman Health Science Research Centre MAGNETOM 3T PrismaFit MRI scanner With a 64 channel high resolution head coil. High tech advanced research imaging complex.
EEG and Neuroimaging Lab ANT Neuro waveguard™ 64-electrode EEG cap Data eliciting device conforming with International standards of research design and clinical applications.
EEG and Neuroimaging Lab TMSi REFA8 EEG amplifier With 64 EEG channels, four bipolar channels, and four auxiliary channels. Interface data integration unit and amplification system.
EEG and Neuroimaging Lab ANT Neuro Advanced Source Analysis Lab™ Design software matched to the integral EEG system.
EEG and Neuroimaging Lab sLORETA software Advanced source localization of EEG data. MRI participant data set maps corelated to the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) average MRI brain maps.


  • National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
  • Australian Spinal Research Foundation
  • Deakin University School of Medicine (Australia)
  • National Brain Center Hospital (Indonesia)
  • Lakeridge Health Oshawa
  • Barwon Health, University Hospital Geelong (Australia)