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3D microelectrode cluster and stimulation paradigm yield powerful analgesia without noticeable adverse effects

Matilde Forni looking at ultra-thin electrodes being manufactured.
Photo Agata Garpenlind

Matilde Forni, Palmi Thor Thorbergsson, Jonas Thelin and Jens Schouenborg at Neuronano Research Center have developed a new stimulation method using ultra-thin microelectrodes to allieviate pain, potentially providing efficient and personalized pain relief without the common side effects from currently available pain relief medication.

For more information read the Lund University press release here.

Link to the ScienceAdvance publication.

Photo Agata Garpenlind