National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation

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Introductory Workshop

October 12 and 13 and October 16 and 17, 2023

The purpose of this workshop is to provide you with foundational knowledge including background, theory, safety, and methodology of a range of brain stimulation and operant conditioning techniques integrated with medical rehabilitation principles. We will provide a combination of lectures and laboratory demonstrations withhands-on participation in addition to panel discussions with our faculty centered on key rehabilitation problems. The first two days of the Introduction to Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation Workshop will be presented via Zoom, and the final two days will be presented in person on the MUSC campus. 

Neuromodulation Speaker Series

Noon Eastern, first Wednesday of each month, via Zoom

This series will explore diverse neuromodulation methods with a focus on rehabilitation. Researchers and clinicians of all career stages (including students and fellows), who are interested in neuromodulation and novel rehabilitation techniques, are invited. At each meeting, a speaker will present a topic or study relating to the improvement of rehabilitation techniques through the use of neuromodulation. The attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, exchange ideas and opinions, and develop informal discussions. This Speaker Series will be presented via Zoom on the first Wednesday of each month and aims to present innovative ideas and cutting-edge methods for clinicians and researchers. The Speaker Series presentations will return on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, at noon Eastern with Genevieve Albouy, Ph.D., of University of Utah, so learn more and register now.

NC NM4R Overview

The National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation works to develop the emerging science of neuromodulation, focusing this knowledge on enhancing rehabilitation. To that end, the Center offers a range learning opportunities, such as workshops, conferences, and webinars. We invite researchers to visit the Center and make use of our extensive facilities to conduct research or to consult or collaborate with our faculty. We also provide several funding opportunities to support work in neuromodulation for rehabilitation. We hope you enjoy your visit to the site and find it useful! Please don't hesitate to contact us if you would like to take advantage of our offerings, have questions, or need assistance.

Two members of NC NM4R demonstrating the technique of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation demonstration

An NIH Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network center at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Transcranial Electrical Stim

Kirstin Heise presenting at workshop

Videos of presentations from NC NM4R Transcranial Electrical Stimulation for Rehabilitation Workshop.

Workshop Archive