3rd International Brain Stimulation Conference

Platinum Sponsor


NeuroStar Advanced Therapy is the world leader in transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of major depression with over 1.5 million treatments performed.

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Diamond Sponsor


At Magstim®, we believe in developing optimum TMS solutions, enabling ground breaking neuroscience research & TMS Therapy.

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Gold Sponsor


MECTA has set the standard, for over forty years, for unparalleled ECT innovation, based on peer reviewed, randomized, double-blind studies. MECTA's four modalities, Brief Pulse ECT, Ultra-Brief Pulse ECT, Optimized ECT and FEAST have spanned four generations of ECT devices used for the treatment of depression.

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Silver Sponsors

Mag Venture

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Rogue Resolutions

Rogue Resolutions specialises in combining technologies and services for neuroscience. We believe in the importance of developing and maintaining strong links between academia and industry and strive to improve and streamline knowledge transfer between those working in research and those working in the industry.

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Shenzhen Yingchi Technology Co Ltd

Yingchi specializes in developing and marketing the non-invasive magnetic brain stimulation systems for depression treatment as well as clinical determination and research in the areas of neurophysiology, neurology, cognitive neuroscience, rehabilitation and psychiatry.

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Workshop Sponsors


Neuroelectrics aims to create a new paradigm in the treatment and diagnosis of brain diseases. The company has developed the only system in the market capable of wirelessly stimulating the brain non- invasively through tCS (transcranial electric current stimulation) and monitoring the brain (EEG- electroencefalography) simultaneously. Additionally, the technology allows for telemedicine home monitoring & treatment to tackles challenging unmet medical needs.

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Neurosoft is a global provider of devices for TMS. First TMS machine was developed in Neurosoft in 1998. Since that time 4 generations of machines were launched to the international market. The last model of device named Neuro-MS/D has 3 different variants and covers both clinical and research needs.

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