Inscopix's Neuroscience Early Access Program (NEAP) is currently accepting applications from leading neuroscientists for access to our revolutionary imaging technology, nVista HD. Prototypes in use by researchers at Stanford University over the last few years have permitted visualization of Ca2+ dynamics within hundreds of individual neurons as the animal behaved freely (over weeks in some experiments). These studies have resulted in several high-impact scientific discoveries [Ghosh et. al., Nature Methods 2011; Ziv et. al., Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2012; Burns et. al., Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2012].
NEAP permits early access to Inscopix’s breakthrough nVista HD technology for prestigious neuroscience labs in the US and abroad.
If you lead a neuroscience lab in an academic or private research institution, and are interested in applying for NEAP, please fill out the form below. Please attach representative publications and other material that might help us assess your candidacy for participation in NEAP.
Inscopix will be following up with select candidates on a rolling basis.