for controllable pulse parameter TMS
- Variable and controllable pulse widths
- unidirectional and biphasic rTMS
- unidirectional and biphasic theta burst
- External control via network
- Range of cTMS coils, with various inductances
We’ll be attending or exhibiting at these upcoming events and we look forward to seeing you there.
We run a range of practical workshops, book early to secure a place!
An exciting collaboration with key academics, providing a range of opportunities for early career researchers including workshops, Research Challenge Prize and Young Investigator Award. The flagship event is our annual conference.
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