Sydney Researchers Seek Volunteers For New tDCS Depression Study

“We think it probably works by re-setting the activity levels of those nerve cells which tend to be reduced when you’re depressed.” Colleen Loo
From Black Dog Institute, Sydney, Australia

We are looking for:

  • People aged over 18
  • People who have been experiencing feelings of depression for at least 4 weeks prior to study
  • People able to commit to the trial for at least 4 weeks with the option of additional further treatment, attending usually for 40 minutes every weekday.

For more information call 02 9382 3720 or email TMSandDCS@unsw.edu.au

Woman receiving DCS treatment

Watch a demonstration of DCS with a real patient

Download the flyer [PDF, 52KB]

Watch a clip about the study from Channel Ten News

 

1 thought on “Sydney Researchers Seek Volunteers For New tDCS Depression Study

  1. “We think it probably works by re-setting the activity levels of those nerve cells which tend to be reduced when you’re depressed.”

    “OMG” srsly! That’s what i was thinking about tDCs, while i was reading the tenth lesson of Claude Bernard, a French physiologist (12 july 1813 – 10 february 1878)…

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