130 Mount Auburn Street
Watertown, MA 02472
President: Kevan Hashemi
Treasurer: Jim Bensinger
Clerk: Mike Bradshaw
Operations Manager: Kirsten Hashemi
Contact: info@opensourceinstruments.com

Testimonials

"Our demonstration of successful gene therapy for focal neocortical epilepsy would not have been possible without the Open Source Instruments' wireless EEG system. It is a versatile and cost-effective solution. The fact that all the designs are open source gives the ability to integrate the system with other hardware and software."

Dr. Dimitri M Kullmann
Head of the Experimental Epilepsy Group
Institute of Neurology
University College London
September, 2014


"In 20 years of recording rodent EEG, I have found that the wireless telemetry equipment from Open Source Instruments enables unparalleled quality EEG recordings in real time in many animals with high sampling over extended periods of time, and importantly, the programs and equipment are easily adaptable for purpose."

Dr. Matthew Walker
Head of Department
Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy
Institute of Neurology
University College London
September, 2014


"As well as allowing us to monitor the power of oscillations across all frequency bands, the EEG traces from these devices were of sufficient quality to allow us to identify specific behavioral events. Recordings were consistently reliable 24/7 over the full three weeks of our experiments."

Dr. Louise Upton
Senior Research Scientist
Wellcome Trust Initiative in Ion Channels and Diseases of Electrically Excitable Cells
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics
University of Oxford
September, 2014


"I can only highly recommend the Open Source Instruments Subcutaneous Transmitter System. It is a reliable and cost-effective solution for acquiring rodent EEG telemetry. Moreover, the technical support provided by Open Source Instruments has been exceptional. From honest advice prior to acquiring the system, through to assistance with system setup and creative solutions for system customization, Open Source Instruments has always responded quickly and efficiently."

Dr. Iris Oren
Principal Investigator and Chancellor's Fellow
Centre for Cognitive and Neural Systems
The University of Edinburgh
September, 2014


"Documentation on the OSI website covers both basic mechanisms (e.g. the source of EEG signals) and in-depth technical information about hardware and software. This information is exceptionally detailed and thus very helpful for comprehension of scientific background and practical use of their products."

Dr. Sebastian Bauer
Head of Experimental Epilepsy Section
Philipps-University Marburg
September, 2014