A three-minute treatment involving magnetic stimulation of the brain works just as well as the standard form of such therapy for people with hard-to-treat depression, a new study has found.
Thursday, October 26, 2017. Deep dive (7 hours!) long form, state of the art discussion of neurostimulation by leading experts. More about the Neuroethics Division of the BRAIN Multi-Council Working Group
Sarah Lisanby, director of the division of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) opens the workshop (very interesting, great slides) after introductions at 0:14, Anna Wexler speaks at 2:25.
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- Co-chair Christine Grady, MSN, PhD, Chief, NIH Department of Bioethics
- Co-chair Hank Greely, JD, Stanford Law School (MCWG member)
- Winston Chiong, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco
- James Eberwine, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (MCWG member)
- Nita Farahany, JD, PhD, Duke School of Law
- L. Syd M Johnson, PhD, Michigan Technological University
- Bradley Hyman, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital (MCWG member)
- Steve Hyman, MD, Broad Institute
- Karen Rommelfanger, PhD, Emory University
- Elba Serrano, PhD, New Mexico State University (MCWG member)
- Khara Ramos, PhD, NINDS – Neuroethics Division Executive Secretary and NIH liaison