Jax Luo (BWH & Harvard Medical School)
Loraine Franke (University of Massachusetts Boston)
Raymond Yang (University of Massachusetts Boston)
Daniel Haehn (University of Massachusetts Boston)
Steve Pieper (Isomics, Inc.)
Lipeng Ning (BWH & Harvard Medical School)
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvase procedure used for treating depression. In the TMS treatment, a magnetic coil is placed on the subject’s head to induce an electirc field (E-field) to stimulate targeted brain regions.
Our project aims to predict the distribution of the E-field in real-time so that the clinicians can adjust the location of the coil and target the brain ROI with the maximal stimulation strength.
Visualization of the predicted E-field using the developed interface.
This is the sister project of Slicer TMS Deep-Learning