Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface is the preeminent journal in the area of neuromodulation, providing its readership with the state-of-the-art clinical, translational, and basic science research in the field.
As the official journal of the International Neuromodulation Society (INS), the journal represents the international practice of neuromodulation, a growing, diverse multidisciplinary field responsible for the development and application of devices and techniques to benefit patients by normalizing function and reducing suffering.
Medline-indexed from its first issue and published since 1998, the multidisciplinary journal features submissions from anesthesiologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pain physicians, neurologists, cardiologists, urologists, gastroenterologists, basic scientists, biomedical engineers and more. The more than 2,700 members of the INS worldwide receive the print and online journal with membership. The journal publishes definitive consensus guidelines authored by the Neuromodulation Appropriateness Consensus Committee (NACC), and Polyanalgesic Consensus Conference (PACC) articles, etc.
For clinicians, engineers, scientists and members of the biotechnology industry alike, Neuromodulation provides timely and rigorously peer-reviewed articles on the technology, science, and clinical application of devices that interface with the nervous system to treat disease and improve function.
Representing the needs of the broad neuromodulation community, the journal serves as an instrument for the exchange of high quality data, improving results, advancing science, and as a forum for debate and commentary. Neuromodulation covers an ever-expanding field including pain, headache, movement disorders, spasticity, paralysis, psychiatric disorders, epilepsy, sensory deprivation, gastric dysfunction, obesity, and incontinence.
In-depth reviews, original articles, national and international meeting abstracts, special focus editions, and web-based educational offerings help the reader to expand their knowledge and understanding of the interface between electrical stimulation, chemical neuromodulation, the nervous system and the patient. Its updates on past and future news of events and activities of the INS and its membership keep the reader abreast of issues related to professional education and development in this dynamic field.