Visualize Brain Circuits During Natural Behavior

nVista HD Streams Live HD Video of Large-Scale Neural Activity in Naturally-Behaving Animals

See nVista HD in Action

Clients Clients In the
news
In the News

   Neuroscience Early Access Program

Inscopix's Neuroscience Early Access Program (NEAP) provides researchers an opportunity to address new paradigms in brain science. If you are interested in getting Early Access to nVista HD, please submit the NEAP application form.

Learn More About NEAP

 What is nVista HD?

nVista HD is the first end-to-end solution for visualizing large-scale neural circuit dynamics in freely behaving rodents.  With nVista HD, neuroscientists can ask entirely new questions about how neural circuits shape mammalian behavior. These transformative data sets will lead to a better understanding of the brain and brain disease.

Learn More About nVista HD

"The Lieber Institute for Brain Development is excited to be an early-adopter of Inscopix's solution for in vivo brain imaging in freely behaving mice. Our investigators are specifically interested in using some of the first nVista HD systems to study the neural circuit mechanisms related to the pathogenesis of schizophrenia in mouse models of the disease."

Daniel R. Weinberger, MD
Director of the Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Johns Hopkins University