With over 20 years of experience, NordicNeuroLab provides products and solutions that define the field of functional MR imaging.
All patients benefit from complete imaging information for optimized treatment
With more than 2000 installations in over 70 countries and solid partnerships with the biggest MR scanner manufacturers, we continue to develop fMRI as a clinical tool for precision medicine as well as expanding into related segments such as patient entertainment and in-room viewing for interventional purposes.
"With more than 2000 installations in over 70 countries and solid partnerships with the main MR manufacturers, we continue to develop fMRI as a clinical tool for precisionmedicine as well as expanding into related segments such as MR patient comfort and MR in room- viewing.
A big thank you to all our employees, customers, partners, and collaborators for making this possible! I'm truly looking forward to the next 20 years!"
- Thomas Lie Omdahl - CEO NordicNeuroLab AS
We built our in-house mock scanner for our 20th anniversary. This allows us to improve our development and to better understand our customers.
The VisualSystem HD got a 510k market clearance from FDA.
Our next generation video goggle for fMRI, the VisualSystem HD was launched.
We entered into GE MR accessories catalogue with most of our products.
At RSNA 2016 Eric Stahre at GE launched their new GE Signa Premier 3T scanner with our VisualSystem mounted on the head coil.
Obtained regulatory approval software in Japan.
We signed a co-marketing agreement with Stryker Navigation in USA. Our post processing software nordicBrainEx optimized for easy and accurate export of BOLD fMRI and DTI data to neuro navigation systems.
We opened up a representative office in Seoul to cater for our North East Asia customers.
Entering into the Siemens accessories catalogue with our fMRI products was an important milestone as it gave us a broader market access.
Established office in Milwaukee. Cathy Elsinger with PhD in experimental psychology from Penn state was hired as our General Manager.
Received Siemens compatibility certificate for our hardware products. Siemens customers could be sure our hardware products did not influence the image quality in any way.
Received FDA clearance for software in USA.
We launched our first software product, nordicICE (Image Control Evaluation). This was a direct result of the collaboration with Rikshospitalet and Atle Bjørnerud.
We launched our first product – the SyncBox. This was a revolution as it took care of timing accuracy between stimulus presentation and paradigm delivery. Manual time management using a stop watch for fMRI was no longer needed.
NordicNeuroLab started collaboration with Rikshospitalet (today Oslo University Hospital) to develop software.
Researchers at the Bergen fMRI group had created tools to present stimuli to the research subject in the scanner. Other research sites around the world could be interested in similar tools – so why not start a business?
In 1994 Kenneth Hugdahl was the first fMRI research subject at the Bergen fMRI group. Using a strobe light and a mirror mounted on the head coil.
NordicNeuroLab has always emphasized quality and safety in the development and production of our devices. NordicNeuroLab fMRI hardware system is designed, developed and manufactured under certified ISO 13485 Quality Management system.
As our product portfolio grows, we continue to ensure that all our products intended for clinical use meet regulatory and safety requirements, have respective market clearances, and are tested for international UL and IEC consensus standards for Device Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for medical equipment.
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