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MagVenture UK Jun 17
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NEUROMODEC Jun 14
The 2019 joint meeting of NYC & Neuromodulation: The Science is committed to enhance diversity & accessibility: because that's how you get the best science and discussions.
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CEN European Neuroscience Centre. May 6
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BSCNeuromodEUSCS Jun 17
We are at the Symposium in Bordeaux today and tomorrow with . Nice program on and . Come visit us at our booth and learn more on during our presentation tomorrow at 2:20PM on
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Yanushi Dullewe Wijeyeratne Jun 17
discussing some aspects of in the management of cardiac and the future ahead.
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Alfonso Fasano May 16
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Neuromod Apr 9
is intrusive and debilitating with limited options. We understand patients frustrations and are working hard to bring our unique technology to market. Sign up for updates on availability:
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Josh Barrios May 30
I'm a big fan of the format. Exciting talks, great discussions, and lots of new friends! Huge thanks to the organizers of for putting on an excellent meeting in a fantastic location!
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BSCNeuromodEUDBS Jun 15
The past two days have been a great success and we would like to thank all the attendees of the that participated in the discussions, keep saying and shape the future of – the weekend is now well-deserved!
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Dr. Nick Christelis May 27
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Brainbox Ltd Jun 18
Find out how staff at UNLV are helping ‘to expose cognitive research to high school students and teachers' to a wider audience than ever before with the help of our equipment.
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SaludaMedical May 22
Did you know? An Evoked Compound Action Potential () is the sum of individual (single fibre) Action Potentials. In , ECAPs occur as a result of stimulation, and are a real-time measure of the spinal cord's response (see animation).
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USA TODAY Feb 20
How spinal cord stimulation helps chronic pain – without a prescription. Story from
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alex escobar Jun 8
Great time for Pain Medicine advancing the field through awareness, collaborations, and evidence
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Heejung Choi, MD Jan 26
Learning about on a Saturday! Feeling the need for as the only female physician out of 60 physicians. We still have lots of work to do even in 2019.
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Pain News Network Feb 13
Researchers say vagus nerve stimulation appears to dampen and delay signals from reaching the brain. Could this form of be a new way to treat ?
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Amy Pearson, MD Jun 6
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Joshua Rosenow Apr 26
Joy Trybula one of our spectacular residents delving into the mysteries of DBS for obesity. Can't weight to work with a bunch of our folks and figure this out.
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Michael Schulder Jun 14
Michael Kahana, Itzhak Fried and John O'Keefe will talk about of Human : From Basic Science to Clinical Translation at ! Register Today:
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maged guirguis Jun 9
It is always such a rewarding feeling to teach fellows and young physicians Had the pleasure to get invited to teach and meet some upcoming super stars in the field Big shout out to Dr D
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