Brain Stimulation

Brain Stimulation

Study Indicates Brain Lesions and Treatment Targets in Depression Affect the Same Circuitry, Suggesting New Treatment Possibilities
Researchers have reported that the brain circuitry underlying depression is the same or similar in a wide variety of patients... Read More
In Major Depression, Accelerated rTMS Brain Stimulation Shows Promise
Researchers have obtained encouraging results in an early test of an accelerated form of non-invasive brain stimulation to treat major... Read More
New Study Demonstrates Non-Invasive tDCS Brain Stimulation Can Enhance Cognitive Control in Schizophrenia Patients
Impaired cognition—operations of the brain that enable people to understand and react to the world that surrounds them—is one of... Read More
Remarkable Results in a Preliminary Clinical Test of a Rapid-Acting Antidepressant Treatment
Imagine a new treatment for people with major depression who have not responded to existing treatments—one that acts rapidly and... Read More
Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Continued to Help Veterans with PTSD a Year After Treatment
In two related published papers, a research team that included three recipients of BBRF grants has reported evidence suggesting that... Read More