Media Coverage

TMS-Robot on French TV show “Télématin”

TMS-Robot on French TV show “Télématin”

Interview (French) of Dr Jack Foucher, neurologist and psychiatrist, director of the Centre for non-invasive neurostimulation of Strasbourg (CEMNIS) at Strasbourg University hospital, France, about the interest of personalized stimulation protocols in patients with major depression & Interview (French) of Romuald Ginhoux, PhD in robotics, product director at Axilum Robotics, about the interest of robotized…

Article on Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot in CNRS News magazine of May 2016

Article on Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot in CNRS News magazine of May 2016

The CNRS News magazine presents, in its online issue of May 2016, an article on Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot : Winner of the startup contest at the 2016 Innorobo international forum in Paris, Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot is a huge step forward in magnetic brain-stimulation procedures, pointing to the promising introduction of robotics in the medical field……

GloboTV report about brain to brain communication with Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot in Strasbourg, Fantastico programme of January 4th, 2015

GloboTV report about brain to brain communication with Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot in Strasbourg, Fantastico programme of January 4th, 2015

The Brazilian TV channel GloboTV present, in their weekly Fantastico programme of January 4 2015, a report recorded in Strasbourg, France, about the brain to brain communication experiment published in scientific journal PlosOne. The journalist is surrounded by Michel Berg and Romuald Ginhoux and comments the course of the experiment conducted with Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot….

A successful brain to brain communication – September 17th, 2014

A successful brain to brain communication – September 17th, 2014

A look back at 1 month (and more) of intensive media coverage around the publication in scientific journal Plos One, on August 19th 2014, of the results of a complex TMS experiment using Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot. MSNBC of October 28th, 2014 : What’s the Big Idea: Making mind reading a reality. Alvaro Pascual-Leone, a Neurology…

Article in the CNRS international magazine: Automated Psychiatric Treatment

Article in the CNRS international magazine: Automated Psychiatric Treatment

TMS devices, used to treat medication-resistant schizophrenia and depression, could soon be operated by robots. An improvement for both doctors and patients. Read more in page 30 of the October 2011 issue of the CNRS international magazine.    Download as PDF

Report on Alsace 20 local TV station: A robot for depression treatment

Report on Alsace 20 local TV station: A robot for depression treatment

Axilum Robotics is a French start-up developing a robot for TMS assistance: transcranial magnetic stimulation, a technique to stimulate brain areas to treat depressive symptoms. This robot will enable more precision and ensure patient safety, because it’s not an industrial robot!  Visit Alsace 20’s web site (French only)

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