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Brain Stimulation Lab

Funded Grants at the BSL

 Grants

Here is a list of all currently funded studies at the Brain Stimulation Lab:

Investigator
DepartmentDivision
CompanyStudy Title
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Brainsway A Prospective, Multi-Center, Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Trial to Explore the Tolerability, Safety and Efficacy of the H-Coil Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in Subjects with Major Depression Disorder (MDD)
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Cervel Neuro Tech Inc. Pilot Study in rTMS for Treatment Resistant Depression
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Cyberonics, Inc. Treatment-Resistant Depression Registry
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Mecta Corp. Focal Electrically-Administered Seizure Therapy ( FEAST): A Preliminary Study
 Nahas Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab NARSAD Bilateral Epidural Prefrontal Cortical Stimulation (EpCS) for Treatment-Resistant Depression
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab NeoSync, Inc. Evaluation of Low Emission Neosync EEG Synchronized TMS Technology for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder: A Multi-Center, Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham-Controlled Trial
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Neuronetics Exposure Therapy with and without Simultaneous TMS for PTSD
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Neuronetics A 12-Month, Prospective, Randomized, Dual-Arm, Pilot Study of Maintenance Neurostar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder
 Hanlon Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab NIH/NIDA Cortical Inhibition and Corpus Callosum Integrity in Cocaine Users
 Borckardt Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab NIH/NIDA Opioid Abuse and Chronic Pain: An fMRI Model of Negative Reinforcement
 Hanlon Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab NIH/NIDA Cortical Inhibition and Corpus Callosum Integrity in Cocaine Users
 Borckardt Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab North American Spine Society Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in the Management of Acute Post-Spine Surgery Pain: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab SC Research Authority A Pilot Safety and Feasibility Study of High Dose Left Prefrontal Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to Rapidly Stabilize Suicidal Patients with PTSD
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab SC Research Authority Cognitive Remediation after Trauma Exposure (CREATE Trial)
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab SC Research Authority The INjury and TRaumatic STress (INTRuST) Consortium Biorepository
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab SC Research Authority PTSD/TBI Clinical Site Award
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab St. Jude Medical, Inc. A Long-Term, Follow-Up Study for the Evaluation of Patients Who Have a DBS System for the Adjunctive Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (Protocol C-07-05)
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab St. Jude Medical, Inc. A Clinical Evaluation for the Management of Patients with Major Depressive Disorder, Single or Recurrent Episode, with Deep Brain Stimulation
 Borckardt Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab The Obesity Society Identifying Cortical, Subcortical and Functional Neural Networks Associated with Weight Gain Following Gastric-Bypass Surgery
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab Univ. of South Carolina A Unified Neuroanatomical Model of Speech Production and Perception: Implications for Apraxia of Speech and Conduction Aphasia
 George Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Brain Stimulation Lab US Army/USAMRAA Exposure Therapy with and without Simultaneous TMS for PTSD
 
 
 

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