transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)
This workshop is for therapists and researchers who are interested in applying the technique of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in clinical or research settings. This workshops covers technical and neurophysiological theory and offers an overview of the state of research. A guest speaker is invited to present their research. Guest speakers include:
- Prof. Dr. Frank Padberg
- Dr. Janine Reis
- Dr. Daniel Keeser
- Dr. Ulrich Palm
- Klaus Schellhorn
- Alexander Hunold
Participants will also gain familiarity with applying tDCS in practice.
To register your place in a workshop, follow the link on the specific workshop date.
São Paulo (BR)
This neuroCademy workshop will be held this September at neuroCademy’s training facilities in Sao Paulo. Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS), including transcranial current stimulation (tDCS/tACS) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS, rTMS), is known to modulate brain activity in both healthy subjects and patients with neurological or psychiatric diseases.
The course is for academics and clinicians who want to use the technique of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The technical and neurophysiological background will be covered as well as an overview of the current research situation. An external speaker well-known in tDCS research will be invited to present his/her research (details will be announced closer to the workshop). Furthermore, tDCS application will be practised during this workshop.
neuroCademy training courses are intended for psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists or researchers interested to broaden their training and expand their therapy offerings with evidence-based neuromodulation techniques. Under the guidance of our expert trainers, course participants are given hands-on experience with various technologies and gain familiarity with the state of research and essential theory. Over the last 10 years we have trained more than 1,000 professionals and researchers from over 30 countries, continually receiving outstanding feedback, with an average course evaluation of 8.9/10.