Magstim Academy Lecture Series – Rhythm and Acceleration – recent advances in TMS treatment for mood disorders. Mark George, MD, Nolan Williams, MD and Martijn Arns, PhD will present on their recently published and on-going TMS studies.
The first session of our Magstim Academy lecture series was a resounding success with several hundred registrants from across the globe. We are now looking forward to our second lecture which will be held on June 11th, 11am-2pm EDT with presentations from Mark George, MD, Nolan Williams, MD and Martijn Arns, PhD.
Register here for the next one for free: https://magst.im/TMS
Each presentation runs approximately 30 minutes followed by 10-minute Q&A session. Session will conclude with poster presentations.
Thursday, June 11, 2020 11:00 am – 2:00 pm EDT
Mark George, MD Presentation & Q&A – Does rhythm matter in using TMS for treating depression like it does in dancing? New data from Charleston.
Nolan Williams, MD Presentation & Q&A – Stanford Accelerated Intelligent Neuromodulation Therapy (SAINT).
Martijn Arns, PhD- Presentation & Q&A – Neuro-Cardiac-Guided TMS (NCG TMS) to target the depression network: Possibilities for rTMS treatment stratification?
Virtual Poster Presentations
Take this opportunity to showcase your cutting-edge TMS research and submit your poster abstracts for consideration.
Submit your abstract here: https://magst.im/Abstract
Abstracts should contain original material relevant to the field of Magnetic Stimulation. The abstracts will be selected by members of the Scientific Advisory Board and will be chosen based upon scientific merit and quality of presentation. If selected, you will have the opportunity to present live during the Magstim Academy Lecture Series.
This webinar will be recorded and any questions asked as part of the Q&A sessions will also be recorded.
Scientific content remains the intellectual property of the authors. This event is sponsored and organized by Magstim; however, Magstim does not engage in generating, or editing scientific content presented during this event. Inclusion in this event should not be taken as an endorsement of scientific findings by Magstim. Please note: the use of Magstim devices for other than the cleared intended use is considered investigational.