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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – reaching the parts other stimulators cannot reach

A lecture by Professor Anthony Barker, Medical School, University of Sheffield. The first practical demonstration of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation took place in February 1985. Since then it has been adopted worldwide for many applications including basic research, diagnosis and for therapy in a range of disorders. This talk will describe the origins of modern TMS, consider some of the currently available technologies and their clinical applications and speculate about its future.

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Speakers

Professor Anthony Barker, Medical School, University of Sheffield

Location

Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum Museum Gardens York YO1 7FR