Functional Correlates of the Effects Evoked by Thalamic Stimulation for Essential Tremor
Kendall H. Lee, M.D., Ph.D., and William S. Gibson, Ph.D., introduce and summarize Dr. Gibson's recent paper, "Functional Correlates of the Therapeutic and Adverse Effects Evoked by Thalamic Stimulation for Essential Tremor," which was published in the journal Brain.
The BRAIN Initiative: Deep Stimulation and Diamonds
Kendall H. Lee, M.D., Ph.D., and Kevin E. Bennet, Ph.D., M.B.A., of the Neural Engineering Laboratory at Mayo Clinic discuss the development of long-term use diamond electrodes for deep brain stimulation under their grant from the National Institutes of Health through the White House's BRAIN Initiative project.
Deep Brain Stimulation Research at Mayo Clinic
Kendall H. Lee, M.D., Ph. D., director of the Mayo Clinic Neural Engineering Laboratory describes research into deep brain stimulation (DBS), including WINCS, a device developed by his lab for the measurement and recording of neurotransmitter concentrations in the brain to track and identify the effects of DBS.
Violinist Still Making Music After DBS Surgery
You may have heard the story of a professional musician who played the violin while undergoing brain surgery at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Lee and his surgical team implanted electrodes into Roger Frisch's brain to stop a tremor that could have ended his career of more than 40 years. Today, he continues to be one of the Minnesota Orchestra's foremost violinists, playing for audiences on the world's stage.