Over a decade since the establishment of modern transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), the field of transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) has blossomed to include a range of techniques (e.g., alternating current (tACS), random noise (tRNS), and pulsed current stimulation), and a diverse array of applications (e.g., depression, pain, tinnitus, stroke, and schizophrenia). At the cusp of even broader dissemination of tES as a tool for the treatment and rehabilitation of brain disorders, the study of brain function, and brain enhancement, it is incumbent to consolidate what have we learned and what remains to be addressed. To this end and coinciding with this special issue of Brain Stimulation, scientists, clinicians, engineers, program officers, developers, and regulators will converge in New York City in January 2015 for the NYC Neuromodulation conference.
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Published online: October 17, 2014
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