Drs. Coralie de Hemptinne and Jackson Cagle receive Invention of the Year honor for deep brain stimulation (DBS) technologies.
Researchers open the conversation by completing a comprehensive review on the safety of deep brain stimulation during pregnancy and recommending the need for further research.
Human trial of closed-loop DBS in four participants with difficult-to-treat Tourette syndrome finds treatment to be safe, beneficial.
Researchers find that the brain may benefit from a novel stimulation pattern called TOPS instead of chronic continuous, standard stimulation with DBS.
Drs. Justin Hilliard and Michael Okun featured in UF Health Inspire video about twin sisters treated for essential tremor.
International panel of experts co-led by Dr. Michael Okun says action is needed to improve certain patients’ quality of life.
Researchers report additional benefits of DBS for essential tremor in study of 17 patients.
Dr. Joshua Wong provides commentary on a research study that found brain signatures that may predict cognitive difficulty from STN DBS for Parkinson's disease.
UF neurologists identify a distinct collection of brain fibers to target with deep brain stimulation for tremor suppression in multiple sclerosis.
New lab aims to develop best brain stimulation techniques.