Registration Now Open
Tuesday, March 16, 12PM-1.30PM EST
Limited spaces available – register today at: magst.im/fundamentals
If you are an EEG researcher interested in adding TMS capabilities to your lab, or a clinician interested in combining TMS and EEG, mark March 16th on your calendar.
Mark S George MD will share the principles and physics of TMS, its evolution, multi-modal examples of TMS/EEG/imaging and the potential future direction.
Dr George pioneered the use of TMS as a probe of mood-regulating neuronal circuits, conducting some of the first clinical trials of TMS as a treatment for persistent depression, which was FDA-approved in 2008.
Distinguished University Professor of Psychiatry, Radiology and Neuroscience
Layton McCurdy Endowed Chair, Director, Brain Stimulation Laboratory
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC USA
Editor-in-Chief, Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation
Staff Psychiatrist, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Charleston
Scientific content remains the intellectual property of the authors. This webinar is sponsored and organized by MagstimEGI; however, MagstimEGI does not engage in generating, or editing scientific content presented. Inclusion in this webinar should not be taken as an endorsement of scientific findings by MagstimEGI. Please note: the use of Magstim devices or EGI devices for other than the cleared intended use is considered investigational.