Neuromodulation Laboratory

EEG from the Neuromodulation Lab

Spaulding's Neuromodulation Laboratory investigates the main techniques of neuromodulation (such as transcranial magnetic stimulation and transcranial direct current stimulation) including the mechanisms of action and their use for rehabilitation and the treatment of neuropsychiatric conditions such as stroke, chronic pain and major depression. In addition this laboratory is an active center for training in neuromodulation and clinical research and have several training programs.

Project on Traumatic Brain Injury
Project: The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation combined with arm training using glove-ARMEO robotic device on motor recovery in traumatic brain injury survivors
Funded by CIMIT

Project on Parkinson's Disease
Project: Selective modulation of cognitive, affective and motor function by transcranial direct current stimulation as co-adjuvant therapy in Parkinson’s disease
Funded by RJG foundation

Project on Epilepsy
Project – development of a closed-loop, detect-and-treat system with tDCS and EEG for the treatment of epilepsy
 Funded by CIMIT

Project on Stroke Recovery
Project: Effects of transcranial DC stimulation coupled with constraint-induced therapy on motor function in stroke patients
Funded by American Heart Association

Project on Pelvic Pain
Project: Investigation and Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain with Transcranial Direct Current Stimullation and Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Funded by NIH

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