We are engaged in researches and development of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) as a neuromodulatory therapy for intractable neurological diseases.
We are conducting a clinical trial (Phase III) of the developed rTMS device.
An investigator initiated clinical trial of the developed rTMS device
Clinical studies aiming establishment of new therapies for intractable neurological diseases
Development of compact and easy-to-use devices
Our clinical study on central poststroke pain has been adopted by the AMED grant program "Research Project on Elucidation of Chronic Pain".
We have held the International Symposium on rTMS Treatments on Sep 24, 2016, in Tokyo.
We have started the investigator initiated clinical trial of the developed rTMS device for intractable neuropathic pain.
The website of the department has been renewed.
We have held the 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuromodulation Society on May 7, 2016, in Tokyo.
Our investigator initiated clinical trial of rTMS for intractable neuropathic pain has been adopted by the AMED grant program "Research on Development of New Medical Devices".
The Department of Neuromodulation and Neurosurgery has moved from the Office for University-Industry Collaboration to the Graduate School of Medicine.