Epitel, Inc. was founded in 2007 to develop wireless EEG recording systems for research on animal models of epilepsy. The research originated from the laboratory of Dr. F. Edward Dudek at the University of Utah. The wireless Epitel technology was driven by the need of the Dudek laboratory to obtain long-term EEG recordings from rodent models of human epilepsy. All Epitel devices are based on the same proprietary wireless technology designed and developed by the founding members of Epitel.
Epitel offers small-animal-based wireless EEG transmitter/receiver devices termed Epoch® for sale to the translational epilepsy research community: for adult rodent trays, we sell through our partner company BIOPAC; for pup trays please contact Epitel directly.