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Advanced TMS Techniques for Mental Health and Disability - Combining TMS with EEG of fMRI or Both

Level 3 workshop with NIMH

Save the dates of April 25 through 27, 2019, for our new Level 3 Research Intensive Workshop in collaboration with the National Institute of Mental Health: “Advanced TMS Techniques for Mental Health and Disability – Combining TMS with EEG or fMRI or Both."

The workshop is a 3 day in-depth and hands-on look at advanced multimodal TMS techniques for mental health and disability research in order to increase the use of these tools to probe neural circuits and develop better neuromodulation approaches able to be tailored to individual patients. The workshop is created for well-trained mental health and rehabilitation researchers who would like to establish an independently funded laboratory using these tools.

The workshop includes daily lectures followed by hands on experience in TMS interleaved fMRI, methods for advanced TMS-EEG, and simultaneous TMS-EEG-fMRI. There will be international leaders with expertise in multimodal brain stimulation techniques speaking about these innovative and cutting-edge techniques.

If interested, save the dates April 25 through 27 and start planning to come to Charleston for this exciting workshop. To receive updates on this meeting and other NC NM4R offerings via email, please become a member of our Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation community.