SAINT, a new intensive and individualized form of transcranial magnetic stimulation reduces symptoms of depression within days of treatment. 80% of the people administered SAINT reported remission from depression symptoms that lasted for months following treatment.
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) applied to the left prefrontal cortex can improve episodic memory performance by reducing the power of low frequency of brain waves during memory formation.
Translumbosacaral neuromodulation therapy (TNT), a magnetic stimulation technology commonly used for neuropathy, can improve fecal incontinence in the short term.
Memory performance can be enhanced by rhythmic neural stimulation, using both invasive and non-invasive techniques.
Researchers have developed a new, minimally invasive brain stimulation technique that can induce a range of bodily movements. The technique, magneto-thermal stimulation, can be used to target highly specific brain regions and could help researchers to advance brain mapping studies.
Researchers are developing new technologies that can stimulate and sense neurons in the human brain non-invasively.
UCL neuroscientists have found evidence that the posterior parietal cortex is the general brain area mostly involved in producing the brain's map of the body in space.