Magstim® Research

Pioneers & Academics

At Magstim®, we believe in enabling ground-breaking neuroscience research. Magstim® stimulators have been used in research studies worldwide for more than 25 years. The Magstim® range of research tools provides cost-effective, innovative solutions for a variety of research opportunities made by pioneers, for pioneers.

Since 1990, Magstim® has provided the means for neuroscientists to work with the human brain in awake subjects by manufacturing and supplying state-of-the-art magnetic stimulators, coils and accessories. Magstim® stimulators have been used in the majority of TMS studies published today.1

The Magstim® Range

Discover the full Magstim® range of versatile products.

Common Questions

The Magstim® range includes both monophasic and biphasic systems. Please refer to individual products for full information or contact our specialists for advice.

Many of our repetitive stimulators are capable of Theta Burst.* Please refer to individual products for full information or contact our specialists for advice.

*Users in the USA please note: The use of Theta burst stimulation with Magstim devices is considered investigational. In accordance with US federal regulations this will require IRB and/or IDE approval. Please refer to individual products for individual regulatory approval or contact us for more information.

Our coil range is designed to offer the greatest choice to researchers allowing for a variety of applications. Many of our coils are compatible across our range of research stimulators making an incredibly versatile set of tools.

Of course, our specialists are happy to discuss your requirements and can make recommendations based on your individual needs.

Please contact us to discuss your particular requirements. Our specialists can make recommendations based on your individual needs.

Magstim Research Tools

Providing the means for ground-breaking neuroscience research and diagnostics, The Magstim® family of research tools are made by pioneers for pioneers. 

  1. Analysis of google scholar. Studies published including “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation” and “Magstim”, vs 5 main competitors.
  2. Refer to individual product information for exact regulatory information.