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Research Committee

The Research Committee has an exciting new opportunity to create a society-wide database that pools all of our experiences together where members can easily share and access TMS outcomes. This committee will educate members on off-label uses of TMS through the Society website and reviews in the quarterly newsletter. The Research Committee will also rank the data and make recommendations for off-label uses of TMS.

Policy and Procedures: This committee concerns itself with issues involving research related to clinical TMS. This includes highlighting new research findings in the TMS newsletter or by other appropriate means, assisting the Program Committee regarding the scientific content of the Annual Meeting, facilitating the research efforts CTMSS members by assisting with project development including suggesting collaboration among members, and participating in other relevant activities as requested by the Board of Directors. All decisions and resolutions will be referred to the Executive Committee for review and approval. Per the Bylaws, if there is more than one Chairperson, at least one of the Chairs must be a Director. Any members who miss 3 meetings within a year, without notification, will be removed from the committee. We formally meet every month for approximately one hour.

Mission Statement: The Research Committee of the Clinical TMS Society (CTMSS) will focus on providing its members and the TMS community with evidenced based information regarding the clinical use of TMS. The committee will highlight new research findings in the TMS newsletter or by other appropriate means, assist the Program Committee regarding the scientific content of the Annual Meeting, facilitate the research efforts of CTMSS members by assisting with project development including suggesting collaboration among members, and participate in other relevant activities as requested by the Board of Directors.

F. Andrew Kozel

Chair

Andrew Leuchter

Chair

Paul E. Croarkin

David L Dunner

Dr. Dunner received his MD from Washington University, St Louis and also completed his residency in psychiatry there. After 2 years at NIMH, Dr. Dunner was on the faculty of Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute for about 8 years, and then became professor at the University of Washington. In 2006 Dr. Dunner retired from the UW and opened a clinical private practice specializing in treatment resistant depression and bipolar disorders. He purchased the first TMS device in the... Read More

Philip Gregory Janicak

Dr. Janicak is an Adjunct Professor and Consultant to the Therapeutic Neuromodulation Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a Distinguished Life Fellow in the American Psychiatric Association. He completed his medical training and psychiatric residency at Loyola University of Chicago in 1976. In 1978, he became a research psychiatrist at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute. He was a Professor of Psychiatry... Read More

Corey Keller

Roger George Pottanat

Originally from Indiana, Dr. Pottanat relocated to the Boston area to complete his Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Before completing his child psychiatry training, Dr. Pottanat served as the Chief Resident in the General Psychiatry program at the Metropolitan Hospital of New York Medical College in New York. Dr. Pottanat is Board Certified in General and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Pottanat is also Certified in providing... Read More

John Tumeh

Dr. Tumeh is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with board certification in Adult Psychiatry and a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the College of William and Mary, followed by earning his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He subsequently completed residency in General Adult Psychiatry at University of Pittsburgh's Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. His practice... Read More

Saydra R Wilson

Fahad Aldosary

Dr. Fahad Aldosary, MD, FRCPC Consultant Psychiatrist Department of Mental Health National Neurosciences Institute King Fahad Medical City

James Halper

Greg Clary

Board certified Psychiatry and Internal Medicine. Certified in TMS. Developed protocols for IV infusion of ketamine for treatment resistant depression and other psychiatric and pain disorders

Azfar Malik

Owen Muir

Owen Muir M.D. is the medical director of Brooklyn Minds and is the director of the neurostimulation service including clinical and research use of dTMS. He is also a supervisor Level MBT therapist. His specialized interests include complex cases, accelerated protocols in tms, and chronic suicidality as well as substance use disorders.

Nicholas Thomas Trapp

George Bush

As an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Bush gained internationally-recognized expertise in the neuropathophysiology and psychopharmacological treatment of ADHD, depression and other mood and anxiety disorders; as well as in the brain processes underlying attention, cognition, emotion and anxiety. Following his graduation from SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in 1990 and his Psychiatric Chief Residency at Stony Brook University Hospital... Read More