For inquiries or questions related to these research projects, please contact
Lucas.Lattanzio@CUAnschutz.edu or via phone at (303) 724 – 2205.

Our TMS Research Interests

Our team has interest in a variety of TMS applications. Our primary interests fall within utilizing TMS to treat conditions of hyperexcitability, TMS as an assessment tool to measure changes in brain physiology, and considering novel non-invasive brain stimulation methods to treating neurological populations. If you are a clinician or researcher interested in utilizing TMS, we are a collaborative team always receptive to potential avenues for furthering TMS research and knowledge.

Current TMS projects

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Visual Snow Syndrome: An Open-Label Pilot Treatment Trial

Transcranial Electrical Stimulation for the Treatment of Focal Dystonia 

A Pilot Investigation of Non-invasive Brain Stimulation as Treatment for Cortical Hyperexcitability Syndromes

Previous TMS Research

Hyperexcitability Disorders

Safety of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Children

Cortical Physiology in Parkinson’s Disease Related to Cognitive Dysfunction