Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab The Brain Stimulation Lab utilizes novel brain stimulation techniques to probe and modulate the neural networks underlying neuropsychiatric diseases/disorders in an effort to develop new models and novel treatments.
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Our lab is interested in studying various applications for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). Our current research interests include pain, Fibromyalgia, hypnotic induction, fMRI and depression. We are currently recruiting for research studies so if you are interested in hearing more about any of our studies, please contact us.

Mission: We are recruiting volunteers to participate in our NIH funded research study at Stanford University.

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TMS has been shown to be effective for the treatment of depression. We are trialing an investigational new form of trans...
08/11/2020
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TMS has been shown to be effective for the treatment of depression. We are trialing an investigational new form of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to study treatment-resistant depression.
If you are between the ages of 22 and 75 and have failed at least 2 anti-depressant medications, you may be eligible to participate in our study.
If you are interested to learn more or participate in screening, you can use the link below to fill out our screening questionnaires: https://is.gd/stanford_atbs_study
Additional information about our clinical trials is available on our lab website: http://med.stanford.edu/bsl/research.html
Participant's rights questions, contact 1-866-680-2906.

Remarkable Improvement Rate Reported in Patients Who Received SAINT, an Experimental Non-Invasive Brain-Stimulation Trea...
06/18/2020
Remarkable Improvement Rate Reported in Patients Who Received SAINT, an Experimental Non-Invasive Brain-Stimulation Treatment for Resistant Depression

Remarkable Improvement Rate Reported in Patients Who Received SAINT, an Experimental Non-Invasive Brain-Stimulation Treatment for Resistant Depression

With the help of BBRF grants, researchers are testing a new treatment for people with major depression who have not responded to existing treatments. The first report of its effectiveness is very encouraging. Nolan R. Williams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the S...

We are currently recruiting adult participants for an OCD study. If you would like to learn more or participate in scree...
06/17/2020

We are currently recruiting adult participants for an OCD study. If you would like to learn more or participate in screening for this study, please click the link below. and fill out the online questionnaires. https://is.gd/BSL_OCDstudy

We are currently recruiting participants with treatment-resistant depression for a clinical research study at Stanford.I...
05/11/2020

We are currently recruiting participants with treatment-resistant depression for a clinical research study at Stanford.

If you are interested to learn more or participate in screening, you can use the link below to fill out our screening questionnaires: https://is.gd/stanford_atbs_study

Healthy volunteers needed for MRI studySee link below to apply:https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=KENKLE3CTARequirem...
11/29/2019

Healthy volunteers needed for MRI study

See link below to apply:
https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=KENKLE3CTA

Requirements:
Ages 18 - 80
No history of neurological/psychiatric illness
Willing to come to Stanford campus
Willing to have MRI and answer questionnaires

We are currently recruiting participants with treatment-resistant depression for a clinical research study at Stanford. ...
11/18/2019

We are currently recruiting participants with treatment-resistant depression for a clinical research study at Stanford.

If you are interested to learn more or participate in screening, you can use the link below to fill out our screening questionnaires:

https://is.gd/stanford_atbs_study

Additional information about our clinical trials is available on our lab website:

http://med.stanford.edu/bsl/research.html

Join us for our first Fibromyalgia and Musculoskeletal Pain Awareness Day at Stanford University! We invite you to join ...
02/21/2019
Fibromyalgia Awareness Day at Stanford

Join us for our first Fibromyalgia and Musculoskeletal Pain Awareness Day at Stanford University! We invite you to join our interdisciplinary team of Stanford experts, among individuals who have personally been affected by fibromyalgia and chronic pain, for a day of discussion to promote awareness about fibromyalgia and musculoskeletal pain disorders.

Join our interdisciplinary Stanford experts treating fibromyalgia and learn about their current research and novel treatment approaches.

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11/02/2017
Research | Brain Stimulation Lab | Stanford Medicine

It is National Caregivers Month. Thank you to everyone providing care to someone in need. We all need a little help sometimes!

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"We will be using function neuroimaging (fMRI) to understand the brain systems affected when hypnosis and hypnotic analgesia are augmented with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a form of non-invasive brain stimulation to 100 people with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition. The...

10/27/2017
A New Study To Treat Depression

Our Depression Research Study was featured on Palo Alto Online. Check it out! We are still recruiting for this study, please go to the link below if you would like to be a part of it!

https://is.gd/research_screening

Brandon Gregg, 69, has had major depression for over 40 years and nothing has helped him gain relief - not 30 types of medications, nor electroconvulsive the...

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10/27/2017

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo

Fibro Music (Living Inside My World)
10/27/2017

Fibro Music (Living Inside My World)

Fibromyalgia is real... so is the pain
Fibro Music (Living Inside My World)

04/27/2017

Calling all Healthy Controls looking to participate in research!! Have you ever wondered how Hypnotizable you are? Here is your chance to find out! We are looking for 10 participants to receive an MRI scan and an application of TMS to increase their level of hypnotizability. Email [email protected] to learn more!

04/12/2017
Research | Brain Stimulation Lab | Stanford Medicine

The Brain Stimulation Lab at Stanford University is investigating a new treatment for depression. Visit our website to read more about our exciting research opportunities!
http://med.stanford.edu/bsl/research.html

We will be using function neuroimaging (fMRI) to understand the brain systems affected when hypnosis and hypnotic analgesia are augmented with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a form of non-invasive brain stimulation to 100 people with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition. The…

03/15/2017
Research | Brain Stimulation Lab | Stanford Medicine

Depression effects more than 15 million adults in America. If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, visit our website to read about our exciting research opportunities! http://med.stanford.edu/bsl/research.html

We will be using function neuroimaging (fMRI) to understand the brain systems affected when hypnosis and hypnotic analgesia are augmented with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a form of non-invasive brain stimulation to 100 people with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition. The…

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo
03/14/2017

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo

03/03/2017
Research | Brain Stimulation Lab | Stanford Medicine

Fibromyalgia pain can be debilitating. If you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, visit our research page to learn more about our study investigating a new treatment for pain! http://med.stanford.edu/bsl/research.html

We will be using function neuroimaging (fMRI) to understand the brain systems affected when hypnosis and hypnotic analgesia are augmented with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a form of non-invasive brain stimulation to 100 people with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition. The…

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo
03/03/2017

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab
03/03/2017

Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab

Visit our website to learn more about the exciting research opportunities we have going on right now! http://med.stanfor...
02/27/2017
Brain Stimulation Laboratory | Brain Stimulation Lab | Stanford Medicine

Visit our website to learn more about the exciting research opportunities we have going on right now! http://med.stanford.edu/bsl.html

The Brain Stimulation Lab utilizes novel brain stimulation techniques to probe and modulate the neural networks underlying neuropsychiatric diseases/disorders in an effort to develop new models and novel treatments. We focus on utilizing neurostimulation to probe the neural elements involved in…

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Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab's cover photo

The Brain Stimulation Lab team!
02/27/2017

The Brain Stimulation Lab team!

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11/11/2016

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Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab
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Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab

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Stanford University Brain Stimulation Lab
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