Adam Woods | NavNeuro Podcast

Great overview on the current state of tDCS and TMS in the field of therapeutic non-invasive brain stimulation. Dr. John Bellone & Dr. Ryan Van Patten interview Dr. Adam Woods of the Woods Lab at the University of Florida. What was especially interesting to me was being reminded of the ongoing ‘ACT Study’ Augmenting cognitive training in older adults (The ACT Study): Design and Methods of a Phase III tDCS and cognitive training trial, which could be a game changer in the sense of providing a path to FDA-approved tDCS therapies. Also appreciated the information around higher current having the opposite of intended effects on brain tissue!

Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation – With Dr. Adam Woods from NavNeuro

Also enjoyed this discussion with Evolving Past Alzheimers from 2019
On Apple Podcasts here.

NEUROMODEC » University of Florida tDCS Workshop 2014

Neuromodec presents

University of Florida: tDCS Workshop 2014

An intensive two-day international meeting dedicated on the design and implementation of tDCS in clinical and research settings. Update on 2014 state-of-the-art methodology with presentations and discussions on the development of professional standards for safety, validity and reproducibility of functional outcomes in tDCS applications.

September 4th & 5th 2014
University of Florida
Clinical Translational Research Building
2004 Mowry Road,
Gainesville, Florida 32610

Workshop Leadership

Adam J. Woods, Ph.D.

tDCS Course Director

Marom Bikson, Ph.D.

tDCS Course Co-Director

Helena Knotkova, Ph.D.

tDCS Course Co-Director

Peter K. Toshev

tDCS Workshop Director

via NEUROMODEC » University of Florida tDCS Workshop 2014.