Over the years, Plexon has played a significant role in supplying equipment for research projects that have had a significant impact on the scientific community's understanding of the brain. Research areas include:
neuroprosthetics and brain-machine interface research basic sensory perception and motor control attention, cognition, and decision-making learning, memory, and emotional processing sleep studies Some notable Plexon customers over the years include:
Richard Andersen, Caltech Samuel Deadwyler, Wake Forest University School of Medicine Robert Desimone, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT Howard Eichenbaum, Boston University Earl Miller, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, MIT Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University Andrew Schwartz, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Joe Tsien, Medical College of Georgia "Although Plexon's systems are not inexpensive, they represent a very good lifetime value given their reliability and durability," said Dr. Wiebe. "Many of the original systems sold over a decade ago are still actively used, supporting multiple generations of scientists and contributing to the results of long-standing neurological studies. We take pride in our ongoing relationships with our customers and our customer support, which extends many years after the sale."
Along with the popularity of the MAP system, Plexon has grown steadily over the years. Plexon now employs 25 people in Dallas, Texas, serving more than 400 neuroscience research labs, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies.
For more information about Plexon or the MAP system, contact Sherman Wiebe at 214-369-4957 or visit www.plexoninc.com.
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