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Innovating the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Market: Modular Pulse Synthesizer for Flexible Stimulus Delivery

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Award date: 
Jun 7, 2016
Award amount: 
$100,000
Organization name: 
Duke University Medical Center
Principal Investigator: 
Goetz, Stefan M.
Grant program category: 
Research and Equipment Support
Grant program name: 
Collaborative Funding Grant
Region: 
Research Triangle

Transcranial magnetic stimulation is widely used by brain researchers and is an FDA-approved treatment for depression, but the conventional technology has major limitations. The PIs have invented a novel TMS device that overcomes these limitations. They will build and test a prototype device that will subsequently be commercialized by The Magstim Company.

Fiscal year: 
2016