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Presented at the 2020 Clinical TMS Society Poster Session: A Virtual Experience

Increased Absolute Power in the Left Prefrontal and Anterior Cingulate Cortices with TMS for Complex Depression

Laura Viner, PhD and Jesse Viner, MD
Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Presented at the International Society for Clinical TMS 2018 Annual Meeting, Brooklyn, New York

Deep TMS for Obsessional Thinking: ACC Deregulation and Genomics as Possible Outcome Markers

Matthew Graller M.A., Laura Viner Ph.D., Jesse Viner M.D

Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

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Presented at the International Society for Clinical TMS 2018 Annual Meeting, Brooklyn, New York

Deep TMS for MDD and Co-Occuring Substance Abuse Disorder

Louis Dube, Zachary Bloomberg, Laura Viner Ph.D., Jesse Viner M.D

Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

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Presented at the International Society for Clinical TMS 2016 Annual Meeting, Brooklyn, New York

Comparison of TMS Outcomes in Complex Major Depressive Disorder: Brainsway and Neurostar

Laura Viner Ph.D., Jesse Viner M.D

Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

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Presented at the International Neuropsychiatric Association Conference 2015, Jerusalem, Israel

SLC6A4, COMT and Deregulation of the Prefrontal Cortex in PTSD

Laura Viner Ph.D., Jesse Viner M.D, Leah Klein and Emily Rose Kirschenbaum

Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

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Presented at the International Neuropsychiatric Association Conference 2015, Jerusalem, Israel

Deregulation of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex as a Mediator of TMS Outcomes in Complex MDD

Laura Viner Ph.D., Jesse Viner M.D, Leah Klein and Emily Rose Kirschenbaum

Yellowbrick Center for Clinical Neuroscience

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