Soterix tDCs + Biosemi EEG Integration

Soterix tES Integration with ActiveTwo & NeurOne

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We are pleased to announce our early cooperation with Soterix to deliver integrated EEG + tES systems to meet your most demanding research needs.

Here are some of the many publications behind the development of the integrated Soterix + Biosemi solution:

Datta, A. (2011). Development of rational non-invasive brain electrotherapy: Optimization, Design and Analysis of Transcranial Current Stimulation. City University of New York. Retrieved from
Alohali, M., Alhussien, A., Alghamdi, F., Alatawi, A., Almusned, T., & Al-Hussain, F. (2010). Proceedings# 1. Safety and tolerability of transcranial direct current stimulation in Midle East. Addiction, 34(4), 559–74. Retrieved from
Kempe, R., Huang, Y., & Parra, L. C. (2014). Simulating pad-electrodes with high-definition arrays in transcranial electric stimulation. Journal of Neural Engineering, 11(2), 026003. Retrieved from
Baxter, B. S., Edelman, B. J., Nesbitt, N., & He, B. (2016). Sensorimotor rhythm BCI with simultaneous high definition-transcranial direct current stimulation alters task performance. Brain Stimulation, 9(6), 834–841. Retrieved from
Geva, A. B., Stern, Y., & Reches, A. (2013). Neurophysiological data analysis using spatiotemporal parcellation. Google Patents. Retrieved from
Gadot, R., Geva, A. B., Reches, A., & Stern, Y. (2017). Method and system for managing pain. Google Patents. Retrieved from
Coffman, B. A. (2014). Increasing your brain potential: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for enhancement of behavior and event-related potentials in tests of attention and impuslivity. The University of New Mexico. Retrieved from
Castillo-Saavedra, L., Gebodh, N., Bikson, M., Diaz-Cruz, C., Brandao, R., Coutinho, L., … others. (2016). Clinically effective treatment of fibromyalgia pain with high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation: phase II open-label dose optimization. The Journal of Pain, 17(1), 14–26. Retrieved from
Bikson, M., Parra, L. C., Datta, A., Khadka, N., & Macuff, S. A. (2016). System and method for conducting multi-electrode electrical stimulation. Google Patents. Retrieved from
Baxter, B. S., Edelman, B., Zhang, X., Roy, A., & He, B. (2014). Simultaneous high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex and motor imagery. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE (pp. 454–456). IEEE. Retrieved from
Datta, A., Zhou, X., Su, Y., Parra, L. C., & Bikson, M. (2013). Validation of finite element model of transcranial electrical stimulation using scalp potentials: implications for clinical dose. Journal of Neural Engineering, 10(3), 036018. Retrieved from

The Soterix products should appear on our website soon, but if you have questions in the meantime about available technologies, systems configurations or pricing, we have answers. Soterix has designed special Mini-Stim probes for use directly in the Bisoemi electrode holders (as shown above), and the Soterix HD probes can be inserted in between or in place of electrodes in a standard Biosemi electrode cap.  Virtually any custom configuration is possible. We are excited about this cooperation, because so many of our customers have expressed interest in an integrated Biosemi / Soterix solution, and Soterix is the clear technology leader in the field of tES.  The new Soterix MxN HD tES system sets the standard for research-grade functionality.

Soterix tDCs MxN Panel

Contact us to let us know about your interests related to tES + EEG!