Marom Bikson

Marom Bikson


Research Fellow, Neurophysiology Unit, University of Birmingham Medical School, U.K., 2003
Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH, 2000
B.S., Biomedical Engineering (EE Concentration), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 1995

Research Areas and Expertise

Prof. Marom Bikson’s research group studies the effects of electricity on the human body and applies this knowledge toward the development of medical devices and electrical safety guidelines.

"Our goal is to improve human health by combining engineering innovation, with cutting-edge experimental techniques, and original bio-medical insight. This challenge requires creative problem-solving, precision, and imagination. We are tremendously fortunate to access the extensive resources of the City University of New York research centers and of the New York Center for Biomedical Engineering hospital network."

Specific areas of research include:

1) Medical devices including biosensors, drug delivery technology, and electrotherapy devices for neurological disorders.

2) Medical device safety including electrical hazards, electroporation, heating damage, and safe stimulation protocols.

3) Electrical safety, electric shock hazards, and accidental electrocution.

4) Understanding the neuronal networks underlying normal brain function, including the role of endogenous electric fields.

5) Developing new treatments for neurological diseases including epilepsy and depression, through translational research.

Prof. Bikson’s group uses a range of research and engineering design tools including cellular and animal studies, computer simulations, imaging, and clinical evaluation. Prof. Bikson’s research has recieved support from funding agencies including NIH (NINDS,NCI,NIGMS), The Andy Grove Foundation, The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Prof. Bikson is co-founder and CEO of Soterix Medical Inc. . Prof. Bikson is actively involved in biomedical education including outreach to underserved groups.

Prof. Bikson has provided extensive technical support and consulting for biomedical companies (Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Nevrocorp, Ion Channel Innovations, Wyle), utility companies (Con Edison, First Energy), government agencies (DoD, NASA, NY State Public Service Commission, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies), and litigation support.

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Prof. Bikson is co-director of Neural Engineering at The City College of New York and the New York Center for Biomedical Engineering. More project information at CCNY Neural Engineering

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Antal A, Bikson M, Datta A, Lafon B, Dechent P, Parra LC, Paulus W. Imaging artifacts induced by electrical stimulation during conventional fMRI of the brain. Neuroimage 2014; 85:1040-1047 (Cover). PDF

Woods AJ, Hamilton RH, Kranjec A, Minhas P, Bikson M, Yu J, Chatterjee A. Space, Time, and Causality in the Human Brain. Neuroimage 2014; 92:285-297 PDF

Truong DQ, Huber M, Xie X, Datta A, Rahman A, Parra LC, Dmochowski J, Bikson M. Clinician accessible tools for GUI computational models of transcranial electrical stimulation: BONSAI and SPHERES. Brain Stimulation Brain Stimulation 2014; in press

Schambra HM, Bikson M, Wager TD, DosSantos MF, DaSilva AF. It's all in your head: reinforcing the placebo response with tDCS. Brain Stimulation Letter-to-Editor - 2014; in press

Shiozawa P, Bikson M, Truong D, Javitt DC, Elkis H, Brunoni AR. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in schizophrenia: a systematic review of emerging clinical evidence and considerations for optimal tDCS montages for brain current flow. Expert Reviews of Medical Devices 2014; in press

Toshev P, Guleyupoglu B, Bikson M. Informing dose design by modeling transcutaneous spinal direct current stimulation Clinical Neurophysiology 2014; in press

Shahid SS, Bikson M, Wen P, Ahfock T. The value and cost of complexity in predictive modelling: role of tissue anisotropic conductivity and fibre tracts in neuromodulation Journal of Neural Engineering 2014; in press

Manuel AL, David AW, Bikson M, Schnider A. Frontal tDCS modulates orbitofrontal reality filtering. Neuroscience 2014; 264: 21-27 PDF Journal Link

Weiss SA, Bikson M. Open questions on the mechanisms of neuromodulation with applied and endogenous electric fields. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2014; doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00227 Free Online Opening editorial to special issue co-edited by M. Bikson and S.H Weiss

Rahman A, Toshev PL, Bikson M. Polarizing cerebellar neurons with transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Clinical Neurophysiology 2014; 125: 435-438 PDF


Kessler SK, Woods AJ, Minhas O, Rosen AR, Gorman C, Bikson M. Dosage considerations for transcranial direct current stimulation in children: a computational modeling study. PLOSE ONE In Press 2013, 8(9): e76112. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076112 Free Online

Bikson M, Bestmann S, Edwards D. Transcranial Devices are not playthings. Nature 2013; correspondence 501:7466 PDF

Guleyupoglu B, Schestatsky P, Edwards D, Fregni F, Bikson M. Classification of methods in transcranial Electrical Stimulation (tES) and evolving strategy from historical approaches to contemporary innovations. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 2013; 219: 291-311 PDF Journal Link

Berker AO, Bikson M, Bestmann S. Predicting the behavioural impact of transcranial direct current stimulation: issues and limitations Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2013; doi 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00613 Journal Link

Rahman A, Bikson M. Origins of specificity during tDCS: anatomical, activity-selective, and input-bias mechanisms Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2013; doi 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00688 Journal Link

Reato D, Rahman A, Bikson M, Parra LC. Effects of weak transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation on brain activity – a review of known mechanisms from animal studies. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2013; doi 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00687 Journal Link

Bikson M, Dmochowski J, Rahman A. The “Quasi-Uniform” Assumption in Animal and Computational Models of Non-Invasive Electrical Stimulation. Brain Stimulation Letter to the Editor 2013; 6:704-705 PDF

Datta A, Zhou X, Su Y, Parra LC, Bikson M. Validation of finite element model of transcranial electrical stimulation using scalp potentials: implications for clinical dose. J Neural Engineering 2013; PDF

Dmochowski J, Datta A, Huang Y, Richardson JC, Bikson M, Fridriksson J, Parra KC. Targeted Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Rehabilitation after Stroke. J Neuroimage 2013; 75:12-19 PDF

Moreno-Duarte I, Morse L, Alam M, Bikson M, Zafonte R, Fregni F. Targeted therapies using electric and magnetic neural stimulation for the treatment of chronic pain in spinal cord injury. Neuroimage 2013; in press

Okano AH, Fontes EB, Montenegro RA, Farinatti PV, Cyrino ES, Min LL, Bikson M, Noakes TD. Brain stimulation modulates the autonomic nervous system, rating of perceived exertion and performance during maximal exercise. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2013; in press

Cano T, Morales-Quezada JL, Bikson M, Fregni F. Methods to focalize noninvasive electrical brain stimulation: principles and future clinical development for the treatment of pain. Expert Reviews Neurotherapy 2013; 13(5):465-8

Rahman A, Reato D, Arlotti M, Gasca F, Datta A, Parra LC, Bikson M. Targeted Cellular Effects of Acute Direct Current Stimulation: Somatic and Synaptic Terminal Effects. Journal of Physiology 2013; 591.10: 2563-2578 PDF

Truong DQ, Magerowski G, Blackburn GL, Bikson M, Alonso-Alonso M. Computational modeling of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in obesity: impact of head fat and dose guidelines. Neuroimage Clinical 2013; 2:759-766 PDF

Edwards D, Cortes M, Datta A, Minhas P, Wassermann EM, Bikson M. Physiological and modeling evidence for focal transcranial electrical brain stimulation in humans: a basis for high-definition tDCS NeuroImage 2013; 74: 266-275 PDF

Villamar MF, Volz MS, Datta A, Bikson N, DaSilva AF, Fregni F. Technique and Considerations in the Use of 4x1 Ring High-definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS). JOVE 2013; (77) doi: 10.3791/50309. href=""_blank">WATCH

Chrysikou EG, Hamilton RH, Coslett HB, Datta A, Bikson N, Thompson-Schill SL. Non-invasive transcranial direct current stimulation over the left prefrontal cortex facilitates cognitive flexibility in tool use. Cognitive Neuroscience 2013; 4(2) 81-89 TEXT

Villamar MF, Wivatvongvana P, Patumanond J, Bikson M, Truong DQ, Datta A, Fregi F. Focal modulation of primary motor cortex in Fibromyalgia using 4x1-Ring High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS): Immediate and delayed analgesic effects of cathodal and anodal stimulation. J Pain 2013; 14(4): 371-83 PDF

Reato D, Gasca F, Datta, A, Bikson M, Marshall L, Parra LC. Transcranial electrical stimulation accelerates human sleep homeostasis. PLOS Computational Biology 2013; 9(2): e1002898. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002898 LINK

Hahn C, Rice J, Macuff S, Minhas P, Rahman A, Bikson M. Methods for extra-low voltage transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: Current and time dependent impedance decreases. Clinical Neurophysiology 2013; 124(3) 551-556 PDF

Datta A, Dmochowski J, Guleyupoglu B, Bikson N, Fregni F. Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation and transcranial Pulsed Current Stimulation: A computer based high-resolution modeling study Neuroimage 2012; 65:280-287. PDF

Kuo HI, Datta A, Bikson M, Minhas P. Paulus W, Kuo MF, Nitsche MA. Comparing cortical plasticity induced by conventional and high-definition 4x1 ring tDCS: a neurophysiological study Brain Stimulation 2013; 6(4):644-8 PDF Journal Link

Weiss SA, McKhann G, Goodman R, Emerson RG, Trevelyan A, Bikson M, Schevon CA. Field effects and ictal synchonization: insights from in homine observations Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 2013; 7:828 Free Journal Link


Datta A, Troung D, Minhas P, Parra LC, Bikson M. Inter-individual variation during transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and normalization of dose using MRI-derived computational models. Frontiers in Neuropsychiatric Imaging and Stimulation. 2012; 3:91. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2012.00091 Open Access

Bikson M, Rahman A, Datta A. Computational Models of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience . 2012; 43(3) 176-183 PDF

Dasilva AF, Mendonca ME, Zaghi S, Lopes M, Dossantos MF, Spierings EL, Bajwa Z, Datta A, Bikson M, Fregni F. tDCS-Induced Analgesia and Electrical Fields in Pain-Related Neural Networks in Chronic Migraine. Headache. 2012; 52(8) 1283-95 PDF

Medina J, Beauvais J, Datta A, Bikson M, Coslett HB, Hamilton RH. Transcranial direct current stimulation accelerates allocentric target detection. Brain Stimulation. 2012; 6(3) 433-9 PDF Journal Link

Kronberg G, Bikson M. Electrode assembly design for transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: A FEM modeling study. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; PDF

Truong DQ, Magerowski G, Pascual-Leone A, Alonso-Alonso M, Bikson M. Finite Element Study of Skin and Fat Delineation in an Obese Subject for Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; PDF

Truong DQ, Datta A, Xu J, Fregni F, Bikson M. Optimization of Prefrontal Cortex transcranial Direct Current Stimulation via a Combined High Definition and Conventional Electrode Montage: A FEM modeling studying. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; Slides: PDF

Minhas P, Bikson M, Woods A, Rosen A, Kessler S. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Pediatric Brain: A computational modeling study. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; PDF

Arlotti M, Rahman A, Minhas P, Bikson M. Axon terminal polarization induced by weak uniform DC electric fields: a modeling study. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; PDF

Dmochowski J, Bikson M, Datta A, Richardson J, Fridriksson J, Parra L. On the Role of Electric Field Orientation in Optimal Design of Transcranial Electrical Stimulation Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; In Press PDF

Caparelli-Daquer E, Zimmermann TJ, Mooshagian E, Parra L, Rice J, Datta A, Bikson M, Wassermann EA. Pilot Study on Effects of 4x1 High-Definition tDCS on Motor Cortex Excitability.Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; In Press PDF

Bikson M, Rahman A, Datta A, Fregni F, Merabet L. High-Resolution Modeling Assisted Design of Customized and Individualized Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Protocols. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface. 2012; 15:306-315 PDF

Elwassif MM, Datta A, Rahman A, Bikson M. Temperature control at DBS electrodes using a heat sink: experimentally validated FEM model of DBS lead architecture. Journal of Neural Engineering . 2012; 8(4) PDF

Borckardt JJ, Bikson M, Frohman H, Reeves ST, Datta A, Bansal V, Madan A, Barth K, George MS. A Pilot Study of the Tolerability and Effects of High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS) on Pain Perception. Journal of Pain . 2012; 13(2): 112-120 PDF

Peterchev AV, Wagner TM, Miranda PC, Nitsche MA, Paulus W, Lisanby SG, Pascual-Leone A, Bikson M. Fundamentals of transcranial electric and magnetic stimulation dose: definition, selection, and reporting practices. Brain Stimulation 2012; 5:435-53 PDF

Bikson M, Reato D, Rahman A. Cellular effects of electric and magnetic fields: insights animal models and in slice. In Transcranial Brain Stimulation (Frontiers in Neuroscience) 2012 ed. Carolo Miniussi, Walter Paulus, Paolo M. Rossini. CRC Press. ISBN 978-1439875704 p55-92 PDF

Bikson M, Datta A. Guidlines for precise and accurate models of tDCS. Brain Stimulation 2012; 5:430-4 PDF

Brunoni AR, Nitsche MA, Bolognini N, Bikson M et al. Clinical research with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS): Challenges and Future Directions. Brain Stimulation 2012; 5(3): 175-95 PDF


Dasilva AF, Volz MS, Bikson M, Fregni F. Electrode positioning and montage in transcranial direct current stimulation. JOVE . 2011; (51) video

Turkeltaub PE, Benson J, Hamilton RH, Datta A, Bikson M, Coslett HB. Left lateralizing transcranial direct current improves reading efficiency. Brain Stimulation 2011; 5:201-7 PDF

Dmochowski JP, Datta A, Bikson M, Su Y, Parra LC. Optimized multi-electrode stimulation increases focality and intensity at target. Journal of Neural Engineering . 2011; 8(4) PDF

Datta A, Baker J, Bikson M, Fridriksson F. Individualized model predicts brain current flow during transcranial direct-current stimulation treatment in responsive stroke patient. Brain Stimulation 2011; 4: 169-74 PDF Pub Med HTML

Halko M, Datta A, Plow E, Scaturro J, Bikson M, Merabet L. Neuroplastic changes following rehabilitative training correlate with regional electrical field induced with tDCS. NeuroImage . 2011; 57: 885-891 PDF

Mendonca ME, Santana MB, Baptista AF, Datta A, Bikson M, Fregni D, Araujo CP. Transcranial DC Stimulation in Fibromyalgia: Optimized cortical target supported by high-resolution computational models. Journal of Pain . 2011; 12(5):610-617 PDF COVER

Minhas P, Datta A, Bikson M. Cutaneous perception during tDCS: Role of electrode shape and sponge salinity. Clinical Neurophysiology . 2011; 122:637-638 PDF

Bikson M, Datta A, Elwassif M, Bansal V, Peterchev AV. Introduction to Electrotherapy Technology. in Brain Stimulation in the Treatment of Pain. ed. Helena Knotkova, Ricardo Crucianim, and Joav Merrick. Nova Science, New York 2011 ISBN 978-1-60876-690-1 PDF


Reato D, Rahman A, Bikson M, Parra L. Low-intensity electrical stimulation affects network dynamics by modulating population rate and spike timing. Journal of Neuroscience. 2010; 30(45):15067-79 PDF

Servais EL, Rizk NP,McGwyver LO, Rusch VW, Bikson M, Adusumilli PS. Real-time intraoperative detection of tissue hypoxia in gastrointestinal surgery by Wireless Pulse Oximetry (WiPOX). Surgical Endoscopy. 2010; 25(5):1383-9

Datta A, Rahman A, Scaturro J, Bikson M. Electrode montages for tDCS and weak transcranial electrical stimulation Role of "return" electrode's position and size. Clinical Neurophysiology. 2010; 121:1976-1978 PDF

Minhas P, Patel J, Bansal V, , Ho J, Datta A, Bikson M. Electrodes for high-definition transcutaneous DC stimulation for applications in drug-delivery and electrotherapy, including tDCS. Journal of Neuroscience Methods . 2010; 190(2):188-97 PDF

Datta A, Bikson M, Fregni F. Transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with skull defects and skull plates: High-resolution computational FEM study of factors altering cortical current flow. Neuroimage . 2010; 52(4):1268-78 PDF

Sunderam S, Gluckman B, Reato D, Bikson M. Toward rational design of electrical stimulation strategies for epilepsy control. Epilepsy & Behavior . 2010; 17:6-22 PDF

Lopez-Quitero SV, Datta A, Amaya R, Elwassif M, Bikson M, Tarbell JM. DBS-relevant electric fields increase hydraulic conductivity of in vitro endothelial monolayers. Journal of Neural Engineering . 2010; 7(1) PDF


Radman T, Ramos RL, Brumberg JC, Bikson M. Role of cortical cell type and morphology in sub- and suprathreshold uniform electric field stimulation. Brain Stimulation. 2009; 2(4):215-228. PDF

Datta A, Bansal V, Diaz J, Patel J, Reato D, Bikson M. Gyri –precise head model of transcranial DC stimulation: Improved spatial focality using a ring electrode versus conventional rectangular pad. Brain Stimulation. 2009; 2(4):201-207. PDF

Datta A, Elwassif M. Bikson M. Establishing safety limits for transcranial direct current stimulation Clinical Neurophysiology . 2009; 120:1033-1034 PDF

Bikson M, Datta A, Elwassif M. Bio-heat transfer model of transcranial DC stimulation: Comparison of conventional pad versus ring electrode IEEE EMBS. 2009 PDF


Bikson M, Bulow P, Stiller JW, Datta A, Battaglia F, Karnup SV, Postolache TT. Transcranial direct current stimulation for major depression: a general system for quantifying transcranial electrotherapy dosage. Current Treatment Options in Neurology. 2008; 10:377-85. PDF

Datta A, Elwassif M, Battaglia F, Bikson M. Transcranial current stimulation focality using disc and ring electrode configurations: FEM analysis. Journal of Neural Engineering. 2008; 5:163-174. PDF

An JH, Radman T, Su Y, Bikson M. Effects of glucose and glutamine concentration in the formulation of the artificial cerebrospinal fluid (ACSF). Brain Research. 2008; 1218:1586-93 PDF

Su Y, Radman T, Vaynshteyn J, Parra LC, Bikson M. Effects of high-frequency stimulation on epileptiform activity in vitro: ON/OFF control paradigm. Epilepsia. 2008; 49:1586-93 PDF


Radman T, Su Y, An JH, Parra L, Bikson M. Spike timing amplifies the effect of electric fields on neurons: Implications for endogenous field effects Journal of Neuroscience. 2007; 27:3030-3036. PDF

Fox JE, Bikson M, Jefferys JG. The effect of neuronal population size on the development of epileptiform discharges in the low calcium model of epilepsy. Neuroscience Letters. 2007; 411:158-61.


Elwassif MM, Kong Q, Vazquez M, Bikson M. Bio-heat transfer model of deep brain stimulation-induced temperature changes. Journal of Neural Engineering. 2006; 3:306-15. PDF

Merrill D, Bikson M, Jefferys JGR. Electrical stimulation of excitable tissue: design of efficacious and safe protocols. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 2005; 141: 171-198 PDF

Fox JE, Bikson M, Jefferys JGR. Tissue resistance changes and the profile of synchronized neuronal activity during ictal events in the low calcium model of epilepsy. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2004; 92: 181-188 PDF

Bikson M, Inoue M, Akiyama H, Deans JK, Fox JE, Miyakawa H, Jefferys JGR. 
Effects of uniform extracellular DC electric fields on excitability in rat hippocampal
slices in vitro.  Journal of Physiology. 2004; 557: 175-190 PDF

Durand DM, Bikson M. Control of neuronal activity by electric fields: in-vitro models of epilepsy. In . Deep Brain Stimulation. 2003; Hans Luders ed. Martin Dunitz Ltd. ISBN 978-1841842592

Bikson M, Hahn PJ, Fox JE, Jefferys JGR.  Depolarization block of neurons during maintenance of electrographic seizures. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2003; 90: 2402-2408 PDF

Jefferys JGR, Deans J, Bikson M, Fox J. Effects of weak electric fields on the activity of neurons and neuronal network. Radiation Protection Dosimetry. 2003; 106:321-323

Shuai J, Bikson M, Lian J, Hahn PJ, Durand DM.  Ionic mechanisms underlying spontaneous CA1 neuronal firing in Ca2+-Free Solution. Biophysical Journal 2003; 84: 2099-111

Lian J, Bikson M, Sciortino C, Stacey WC, Durand DM.  Local suppression of epileptiform activity by AC Fields. Journal of Physiology. 2003; 547: 427-434

Bikson M, Fox JE, Jefferys JGR. Neuronal aggregate formation underlies spatio-temporal dynamics of non-synaptic seizure initiation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2003; 89: 2330-2331 PDF

Bikson M, Id Bihi R, Vreugdenhil M, Kohling R, Fox JE, Jefferys JGR. Quinine suppresses extracellular potassium transients and ictal epileptiform activity without decreasing neuronal excitability in vitro. Neuroscience 2002; 115: 253-263

Lian J, Bikson M, Shuai J, Durand DM. Propagation of non-synaptic epileptiform activity across lesion in rat hippocampal slices.  Journal of Physiology 2001; 537; 191-199

Bikson M, Baraban SC, Durand DM. Conditions sufficient for non-synaptic epileptogenesis in the CA1 region of rat hippocampal slices. Journal of Neurophysiology 2001; 87:62-71 PDF

Bikson M, Lian J, Hahn PJ, Stacey WC, Sciortino C, Durand DM. Suppression of epileptiform activity by high frequency sinusoidal fields in rat hippocampal slices. Journal of Physiology 2001; 531:181-191 PDF

Durand DM, Bikson M. Suppression and control of epileptiform activity by electrical stimulation: a review. Proceedings of the IEEE 2001; 89:1065-1082 PDF

Ghai R, Bikson M, Durand DM. Effects of applied electric fields on low calcium epileptiform activity in the CA1 region of rat hippocampal slices.  Journal of Neurophysiology 2000; 84:274-280 PDF

Bikson M, Ghai R, Baraban SC, Durand DM. Modulation of burst frequency, duration, and amplitude in the zero-Ca+2 model of epileptiform activity. Journal of Neurophysiology 1999; 82:2262-70 PDF

Marom Bikson

Media / Selected Professional Activities

Also visit CCNY Neural Engineering Group NEWS

2014 IEEE-Spectrum "The Latest DIY Craze: Brain Hacking" link

2014 KQED (NPR) "Is Brain Stimulation a Medicine of the Future" link

2013 Chair: NYCneuromodulation conference Program link

2013 DIYtDCS PodCast audio interview link

2012 "Electrical brain stimulation gains ground" San Fransico Chronicle; Oct 30, 2012 link

2012 "tDCS Course" at Harvard Medical School Lecture on "tDCS Dose and Mechanism." Watch the talk- Low Res Version Only or on YouTube

2011 Journal of Visual Experiments (JOVE) "tDCS Instructions" JOVE video

2010 Updates in Neurorehabilitation Course at Harvard Medical School Special lecture on "Modeling effects of neuromodulatory tools." Watch the talk (at time 2:56)

2009/2011 Wallace H. Coulter Early Career Award "High-Density Transcranial Electrical Stimulation" Visit the spin-off

2009 International Workshop on Seizure Prediction "Modulation Seizure Permissive States With Weak Electric Fields" slides

2009 Design of Medical Devices Conference "High-Density Transcranial Electrical Stimulation" slides

2008 Neural Interface Conference "Rational Design of Sub-threshold Stimulation Protocols" view the talk (link, register, and link again)

Opening Lecture 2008 Third International Conference on Transcranial Magnetic and Direct Current Stimulation "From TMS to tDCS to Modulated therapies: Biophysics of electrical therapy design" slides

Experts report for Jersey Central Power & Light Company, subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corporation 2005-2007 "A review of health hazards associated with exposure to ultra low voltages"

Moderator Health Effects Group Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, 2005 Conference on Stun Devices

Consultant for Consolidated Edison of New York 2004 "A review of hazards associated with exposure to low voltage " submitted to the New York State Public Service Commission

The City College of New York/City University of New York Medical School Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (2004-2010)

Co-director, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program for Undergraduates at CCNY (2005-2009)



Biomedical Engineering Senior Design 1 (BME 405)
Experimental Methods in Biomedical Engineering (BME 310)
Biomedical Transducers and Instrumentaiton (BME 405)
Introduction to Biomedical Enginering (BME 101)


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Marom Bikson

Marom Bikson
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering The City College of The City University of New York
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