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Targeting Brain Circuits with TMS

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Targeting Brain Circuits with TMS

You’re invited to join the Clinical TMS Society for this installment of our Grand Round Webinar Series: Targeting Brain Circuits with TMS

Presentation Overview: 

  1. Describe how brain circuits drive TMS targets. 
  2. Recommend appropriate modifications to clinical targets for patients who are not responding or worsening with TMS.
  3. Compare different circuit-based targets that may be more effective for different symptoms or different syndromes.

Date of Release: March 5, 2021

Date of Expiration: March 4, 2023


Cost: Members: $25 | Non-members $50 | Student Members FREE

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SPEAKER: Shan Siddiqi, MD

Shan Siddiqi is an instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Director of Psychiatric Neuromodulation Research at the new Center for Brain Circuit Therapeutics at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. He completed his general psychiatry residency at Washington University in St. Louis, a neuropsychiatry fellowship at McLean/Massachusetts General Hospital, and a research fellowship at the Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation. His research is focused on personalizing TMS targets using brain circuit mapping and clinical phenomenology. 


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Acknowledgement of Financial and/or In-Kind Commercial Support

No financial or in-kind commercial support was received for this educational activity.