“Effects of rTMS on Human Brain Activity Measured With EEG and fMRI”
This project investigates the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on neural circuits as a function of spatiotemporal parameters and brain state in order to better understand why the method works and how to improve its efficacy. Leveraging our expertise in application of TMS methodology during concurrent single neuron recording techniques in non-human primates and imaging and scalp potential techniques in humans (fMRI and EEG), the investigators aim to resolve three interlocking problems in the design and application of rTMS: stimulation frequency, spatial targeting, and interactions with brain state.
Device - Repetitive TMS
1-10 Hertz rTMS will be administered
Effects of rTMS on Human Brain Activity Measured With EEG and fMRI