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Chapter 28. Brain Stimulation Therapies

Mark George, M.D.; Joseph Taylor; E. Short, M.D., M.S.C.R.; Jonathan Snipes, M.D.; Christopher Pelic, M.D.
DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585625031.324701

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The authors’ work with brain stimulation treatments has been supported over the past 5 years in part by research grants from NIH, DOD, VA, and NARSAD. The Brain Stimulation Laboratory has also received grant funding from Brainsway, Cervel (Neurostim), Neosync, Neuronetics, Neuropace, MECTA, and St. Jude. Dr. George serves or has served as a paid consultant to several non-TMS device and pharmaceutical companies. He owns no equity in any device or pharmaceutical company. The other authors report no conflicts and have nothing to disclose.

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