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- 26 March 2024

CINP Neuromodulation Webinar

Dr. Stefano Pallanti was a speaker at the Neuromodulation Webinar organized by the Early Careers Committee of the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP), offering a presentation titled "TMS Basic Principles, Clinical Uses, and Research Principles: Toward Precision TMS."

CINP Neuromodulation Webinar

On March 26, 2024, the Early Careers Committee of the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) ― one of the world's most influential and important organizations for the professional development of international scientists ― hosted an engaging Webinar on Neuromodulation.

The webinar, open to all CINP's Early Career Scientists (ECS), provided a comprehensive overview of one of the most innovative and promising topics in neuroscience: Neuromodulation.

The online seminar offered participants a unique opportunity to gain insight into the most recent advancements and clinical applications of neuromodulation techniques in neuropsychopharmacology. Through a series of presentations and interactive discussions, attendees were able to explore and learn about the latest findings on the topic.

Dr. Stefano Pallanti's Lecture at the Webinar

As an expert on neuromodulation and in his role as Coordinator of CINP's Global Networking Communities (GNCs), Dr. Stefano Pallanti participated in the webinar with a lecture entitled "TMS Basic Principles, Clinical Uses, and Research Principles: Toward Precision TMS."

In his presentation, Dr. Pallanti explained the fundamental principles underlying Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a non-invasive neuromodulation technique that uses magnetic fields to activate or inhibit specific brain areas' activity. In addition, Dr. Pallanti discussed the clinical applications of TMS in the treatment of a wide range of neuropsychiatric disorders, including:

Toward Precision TMS

TMS represents an innovative and non-pharmacological approach to the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. Highlighting the growing recognition of TMS as an effective and safe treatment option, Dr. Pallanti emphasized the importance of personalized treatment approaches.

In this regard, Dr. Pallanti presented the results of recent scientific research that underscore the need for individualized stimulation protocols tailored to each patient's individual and unique characteristics, to offer targeted and effective treatments.

This personalized approach ― called "Precision TMS" ― marks a significant advancement in the field of neuromodulation, offering the promise of increasingly targeted and effective therapies for patients with neuropsychiatric conditions.

35th CINP World Congress

Dr. Pallanti's Role in CINP

The International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) represents a cornerstone in the field of neuropsychopharmacology worldwide, with active support from many members from all around the globe. For over 60 years, CINP has promoted research and education on a global scale, connecting leading experts from different disciplinary fields to advance knowledge and clinical applications in neuropsychopharmacology.

Recently, the CINP has appointed Dr. Stefano Pallanti as Coordinator of the Global Networking Communities (GNCs). This important appointment is a clear indication of the CINP's commitment to facilitating collaboration among neuropsychopharmacology experts worldwide, providing a global infrastructure for the exchange of knowledge and innovative ideas.

Dr. Pallanti — an internationally renowned expert in neuropsychopharmacology — serves as Coordinator of the GNCs with a deep commitment to advancing research and clinical practices in neuropsychopharmacology.

CINP 2024 ― Neuropsychopharmacology Toward Wellbeing

From May 23rd to 26th, 2024, the 35th World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology organized by the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) will take place at the Tokyo International Forum in Japan.

The CINP Congress is globally recognized as one of the most important annual events in the fields of Neuropharmacology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience. This year's main theme is "New Wave of Neuropsychopharmacology toward Well-Being."

The event will bring together leading international experts in the field, serving as an exceptional international platform to delve into the latest research advancements and innovative treatments, identify emerging clinical needs and challenges, and promote communication, collaboration, and networking among a broad global audience consisting of a variety of different health professionals groups.

More information on the Congress ➜

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