TMS Class Slides

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  • Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD: Introduction to TMS
  • Adam Stern, MD: Clinical Applications and Depression Evidence

  • Tuesday

  • Bernard Chang, MD: TMS and Seizures
  • Aapo Nummenmaa, PhD: TMS Physics: Quantitative Aspects of Targeting and Dosing
  • Daniel Press, MD: Setting Up a TMS Clinic
  • S. Buss, PhD, P. Fried, PhD; A. Jannati,MD, PhD; P. Davila-Perez, MD: Motor Threshold

  • Wednesday

  • Mouhsin Shafi, MD, PhD: Neurological Applications of TMS
  • Alexander Rotenberg, MD, PhD: Special Populations
  • Alexander Rotenberg, MD, PhD: TMS in animal models: Methods and Applications
  • Joyce Gomes, PhD: Paired-Pulse to One Brain Region
  • Paula Davila, MD and Peter Fried, PhD: Central Motor Conduction Time

  • Thursday

  • Mike Fox, MD, PhD: Brain Network Imaging and Brain Stimulation
  • Mark Halko, PhD: TMS and Imaging
  • Dylan Edwards, PhD: TMS and Behavioral Therapy
  • Joyce Gomes, PhD: Measures of Plasticity
  • Mar Cortes, MD: Peripheral and Central Stimulation

  • Friday

  • Peter Fried, PhD: State-Dependent Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  • Shirley Fecteau, PhD: Translational Value of TMS Studies in Healthy Subjects Into Clinical Populations
  • Mouhsin Shafi, MD, PhD: Combining TMS and EEG