Indian, US researches develop mathematical model to aid treatment of neuropsychiatric diseases

The multi-institutional research team developed a mathematical simulation to study the physiological effects of non-invasive brain stimulation.

Indian, US researches develop mathematical model to aid treatment of neuropsychiatric diseases
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A mathematical simulation study on noninvasive brain simulation techniques was conducted by a collaborative research team comprised of scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, The National Brain Research Centre and the University of Buffalo in the United States.

The researchers devised a mathematical model to understand the physiological effects of noninvasive brain stimulation. Brain simulation is the concept of creating a functioning computer model of a brain or part of a brain. It is meant to help understand the brain better and eventually diagnose and treat brain diseases.