tES Class Slides

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  • Michael Nitsche, PhD: Methodological considerations for tDCS
  • Emiliano Santarnecchi, PhD: Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation - tACS
  • Emiliano Santarnecchi, PhD: Transcranial Random Noise Stimulation - tRNS
  • Dylan Edwards, PhD: Behavioral and Motor Intervention Research Using tDCS

  • Tuesday

  • Michael Nitsche, PhD: The Neurophysiology of tES
  • Min Fang Kuo, PhD: Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and Pharmacology
  • Alexander Rotenberg, MD, PhD: tES in Preclinical Models
  • Linda Carpenter, MD: tES and Depression
  • Paula Davila-Perez, MD, PhD: Safety of tES

  • Wednesday

  • Davide Cappon, PhD: tES and EEG
  • Michael Nitsche, PhD: Basic Principles of tDCS
  • Sumientra Rampersad, PhD: Modeling and Optimization of Transcranial Neuromodulation
  • Flavio Frolich, PhD: Mechanisms of Transcranial Electric Stimulation
  • Davide Cappon, PhD: Advanced Montages

  • Thursday

  • Brad Manor, MD:Aging, Cognitvie-Motor Function and tES
  • Anna Wexler, PhD: Regulation and "DIY" Use of tES
  • Emiliano Santarnecchi, PhD: Cognitive Enhancement With tCS