6th Annual Brain Stimulation and Imaging Meeting (BrainSTIM 2020)
May 19th, 2020
to May 20th, 2020
About the Event
Brain imaging and brain stimulation have both advanced our understanding of the mechanisms of normal human brain function and the changes associated with brain and mental illness. In addition, brain stimulation has shown early promise for reducing symptoms of brain and mental illness and allows testing hypotheses derived from brain imaging data. The combination of brain imaging and stimulation could lead to many advances in both fields, providing a better understanding of human brain organization, improved treatments for brain and mental illness, and better tests of causal hypotheses of brain function. The 6th Annual Brain Stimulation and Imaging Meeting (BrainSTIM 2020) focuses on the combination of brain imaging and stimulation. The program of the online event will include video presentations and posters based on the submitted abstracts. You can follow the meeting and participate in public discussions about the presentations in Twitter. The oral presentations will also be published on our YouTube channel. In addition, we will organize themed discussion sessions via Zoom for the presenters and registered attendees (free of charge).