People with severe depression are experiencing hopeful results with brain-stimulation treatment. Our February speaker, Dr. Nolan Williams, a psychiatrist and neurologist, is the director of Stanford’s Brain Stimulation Laboratory. Dr. Williams and his associate, Dr. Keith Sudheimer, are conducting a unique study on transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy. Instead of the traditional TMS therapy, they are studying how accelerating the pace of TMS would affect patients’ symptoms.
Dr. Williams, MD, received his medical degree at the Medical University of South Carolina and then completed his residencies as well as research and clinical fellowships at the same university. Dr. Williams joined the Stanford faculty in 2014.
Please join us in the auditorium of Good Samaritan Hospital (main building basement) at 7:30 P.M. for an informational meeting followed by the presentation and Q&A from 8-9 P.M.