The University of Birmingham ( Live System ) Cerebellar transcranial Direct Current Stimulation ( ctDCS ) : a novel approach to understanding cerebellar function in health and disease

@inproceedings{Grimaldi2016TheUO,
  title={The University of Birmingham ( Live System ) Cerebellar transcranial Direct Current Stimulation ( ctDCS ) : a novel approach to understanding cerebellar function in health and disease},
  author={Giuliana Grimaldi and Georgios P. Argyropoulos and Amy Bastian and Mar Cortes and Nicholas J. Davis and Dylan J. Edwards and Roberta Ferrucci and Felipe Fregni and Joseph M. Galea and Masahi Hamada and Mario Manto and R. Chris Miall and Leon Morales-Quezada and Paul A. Pope and Alberto Priori and John R Rothwell and Simon P. Tomlinson and Pablo A Celnik},
  year={2016}
}
The cerebellum is critical for both motor and cognitive control. Dysfunction of the cerebellum is a component of multiple neurological disorders. In recent years, interventions have been developed that aim to excite or inhibit the activity and function of the human cerebellum. Transcranial direct current stimulation of the cerebellum (ctDCS) promises to be… CONTINUE READING