Non-Invasive Neurostimulation Therapies

Canadian rTMS Treatment and Biomarker Network in Depression (CARTBIND) Trial has Launched!

The NINET Lab is excited to announce the Canadian rTMS treatment and Biomarker Network in Depression (CARTBIND) Trial is open for recruitment at the University of British Columbia! CARTBIND is a joint initiative with our collaborating sites in Toronto –  Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) as well as the University Health Network (UHN). It is the second research strategy under the large “CAN-BIND” project which aims to take the guess work out of psychiatric treatment for depression, by finding clear and objective ways of matching the right treatment to the right patient for various types of depression.

The treatment is every weekday (Monday-Friday), for six weeks consecutive. There will be two rTMS treatment sessions spaced one hour apart every weekday. Each treatment session is 10-15 min. There are also research measures that will be taken before and after the treatment course (MRI, Blood Draw, Brain Activity measures). For more information on the research and how to enroll click HERE.

-The NINET Lab

New Bipolar rTMS Research Study!

The NINET Lab is excited to announce a new rTMS research study investigating depression in Bipolar I participants. We are happy to be collaborating with Dr. Lakshmi Yatham’s Bipolar Research team here at the UBC Mood Disorders Clinic in Vancouver!

Enrollment effective immediately.

For more information about this study, please call 604-822-7320

Announcement: New tDCS & Yoga Study!

Hello everyone,

The NINET Lab would like to proudly announce a new study that is beginning shortly. Starting in April 2016, the NINET Lab will be hosting a study involved in the effects of yoga and brain stimulation.


YOGA-TDCS Recruitment Advertisement

For more information about the study, please visit the Enroll page or click HERE for details.



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