For quadripulse (QPS) and repetitive monophasic (rM-) TMS:
Programmable quadripulse protocols using computer interface or via external control
Up to 8Hz repetition rate (4Hz at maximum output)
Modular configuration, allowing independent use as single pulse stimulators, paired pulse stimulators or full quadripulse system
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We run a range of practical workshops, book early to secure a place!
Brainbox Ltd, Cardiff, United Kingdom
An exciting collaboration with key academics, providing a range of opportunities for early career researchers including workshops, Research Challenge Prize and Young Investigator Award. The flagship event is our annual conference.
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