2012 News Archive
Moberg Research shuttered its headquarters office earlier this week when a state of emergency was declared in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania as Hurricane Sandy reached the region.
Phillip Moses has joined Moberg Research as Vice President of Sales. Phillip brings more than twenty years of experience in the neurological diagnostic and monitoring industry to Moberg Research and CNS Technology.
In July 2012, Moberg Research staff traveled to San Jose, CA to complete the largest installation of the Component Neuromonitoring System (CNS) to date. Good Samaritan Hospital received 20 CNS Monitors to outfit each patient room of their new neuro ICU with multimodal monitoring and continuous EEG.
In June 2012, Thomas Jefferson University took delivery of eight CNS Monitors. Once installation is complete, Jefferson will have the largest network of these advanced brain monitoring systems on the East Coast.
CNS Technology traveled to Houston for the Second Neurocritical Care Research Conference on May 18-20. The meeting gathered together neurocritical care thought-leaders who delivered talks on the challenges and opportunities in the future of the field.
Moberg Research, the manufacturer of the CNS Monitor, is proud to announce the completion of office and facility renovations.
The final weekend in April, 2012, CNS Technology traveled to Seattle to meet with neuroscience nurses from around the world for the 44th Annual Educational Meeting of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses.
CNS Technology's co-founder Dick Moberg attended the ICU of the Future meeting at UCLA in January.