Increase the sensitivity of your fMRI studies.
Field fluctuations in fMRI can lead to sub-optimal temporal SNR in a time-series or result in ghosts, distortions and blurring while using fast image acquisition methods.
Tracking magnetic field fluctuations allows you to remove undesirable components and perform imaging with high anatomical fidelity.
Increase the sensitivity of fMRI data for group-level statistical inference through improved temporal SNR and adherence to the underlying true anatomy.
Interested in performing fMRI experiments with higher sensitivity?