The Brain Stimulation Service Center (BSSC) is a core research facility in the Duke University School of Medicine that provides equipment and technical services to cary out noninvasive neuromodulatory research studies using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (tDCS and tACS). State-of-the-art neurostimulation, electrophysiological, and targeting technology includes:
- MagVenture M100, M30 and R30 TMS stimulations and associated active and sham coils
- MagStim Rapid2 TMS stimulator and associated active and sham coils
- Solterix 1x1 CT tDCS stimulator
- Halo Neuroscience Headsets
- TMS-Compatible Brain Products DC BrainAmp with 64-channels
- Electrical Geodesics International Hydrogel Netstation EEG with 64-channels
- Brainsight Stereotactic Neuronavigation Systems (2)
- Advanced NeuroTechnologies Adept ViperS850 robotic arm
Through close collaboration with the Brain Imaging and Analysis Center (BIAC) researchers can efficiently use information from their neuroimaging protocols (fMRI, MRI and DTI) towards the implementation of advanced TMS and tDCS targeting. In addition to facilitating brain stimulation research studies, BSSC participates in the quarterly TMS CME Fellowship offered through the Brain Stimulation and Neurophysiology Division of the Department of Psychiatry
Researchers can apply to use the center and can apply for pilot time by contacting Greg Appelbaum: email@example.com
Faculty and Staff
Please contact study coordinators and technicians Susan Hilbig (919) 684-5939 or Alex Brito (919) 668-1321 for further information.
The facility is staffed Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
The Brain Stimulation Service Center is located at:Duke University Hospital,
Rooms 54211, 54237, 54236
South Building, 5th Floor of the Red Zone.
40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27710