UF Health neurologists lead review of the use of deep brain stimulation to treat OCD.
UF study finds evoked resonant neural activity could serve as potential marker to guide DBS for Parkinson’s disease.
Multicenter data sharing has enabled recent advances in understanding the genetics and pathophysiology of the neurodevelopmental disorder.
Medical students lead review published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Human trial of closed-loop DBS in four participants with difficult-to-treat Tourette syndrome finds treatment to be safe, beneficial.
Study co-led by Dr. Michael Okun used temporally optimized patterned stimulation, or TOPS, as a therapy to personalize DBS treatment for Parkinson’s.
Dr. Coralie de Hemptinne honored with Stanley Fahn Junior Faculty Award to advance her research into new neuromodulation strategies for movement disorders.
Researchers report additional benefits of DBS for essential tremor in study of 17 patients.
Drs. Adolfo Ramirez-Zamora and Michael Okun served as editors for special edition.
New lab aims to develop best brain stimulation techniques.