• Hamed Ekhtiari
  • Hosna Tavakoli
  • Giovanni Addolorato
  • Antonello Bonci
  • Salvatore Campanella
  • Luis Castelo-Branco
  • Gaëlle Challet-Bouju
  • Vincent P Clark
  • Eric Claus
  • Pinhas N Dannon
  • Alessandra Del Felice
  • Tess den Uyl
  • Marco Diana
  • Massimo di Giannantonio
  • John R Fedota
  • Paul Fitzgerald
  • Luigi Gallimberti
  • Marie Grall-Bronnec
  • Martin J Herrmann
  • Asif Jamil
  • Eman Khedr
  • Christos Kouimtsidis
  • Karolina Kozak
  • Evgeny Krupitsky
  • Claus Lamm
  • William V Lechner
  • Graziella Madeo
  • Nastaran Malmir
  • Giovanni Martinotti
  • William McDonald
  • Chiara Montemitro
  • Ester M Nakamura-Palacios
  • Mohammad Nasehi
  • Xavier Noël
  • Masoud Nosratabadi
  • Martin Paulus
  • Mauro Pettorruso
  • Basant Pradhan
  • Samir K Praharaj
  • Haley Rafferty
  • Gregory Sahlem
  • Betty Jo Salmeron
  • Anne Sauvaget
  • Renée S Schluter
  • Carmen Sergiou
  • Alireza Shahbabaie
  • Christine Sheffer
  • Primavera A Spagnolo
  • Vaughn R Steele
  • Ti-Fei Yuan
  • Josanne van Dongen
  • Vincent Van Waes
  • Ganesan Venkatasubramanian
  • Antonio Verdejo-García
  • Ilse Verveer
  • Justine Welsh
  • Michael J Wesley
  • Katie Witkiewitz
  • Fateme Yavari
  • Mohammad-Reza Zarrindast
  • Laurie Zawertailo
  • Xiaochu Zhang
  • Yoon-Hee Cha
  • Tony P George
  • Flavio Frohlich
  • Anna E Goudriaan
  • Shirley Fecteau
  • Stacey B Daughters
  • Elliot A Stein
  • Felipe Fregni
  • Michael A Nitsche
  • Abraham Zangen
  • Marom Bikson
  • Colleen A Hanlon

There is growing interest in non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) as a novel treatment option for substance-use disorders (SUDs). Recent momentum stems from a foundation of preclinical neuroscience demonstrating links between neural circuits and drug consuming behavior, as well as recent FDA-approval of NIBS treatments for mental health disorders that share overlapping pathology with SUDs. As with any emerging field, enthusiasm must be tempered by reason; lessons learned from the past should be prudently applied to future therapies. Here, an international ensemble of experts provides an overview of the state of transcranial-electrical (tES) and transcranial-magnetic (TMS) stimulation applied in SUDs. This consensus paper provides a systematic literature review on published data - emphasizing the heterogeneity of methods and outcome measures while suggesting strategies to help bridge knowledge gaps. The goal of this effort is to provide the community with guidelines for best practices in tES/TMS SUD research. We hope this will accelerate the speed at which the community translates basic neuroscience into advanced neuromodulation tools for clinical practice in addiction medicine.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)118-140
Number of pages23
JournalNeuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Volume104
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019

    Research areas

  • Addiction, NIBS, Non-invasive brain stimulation, Psychiatry, Substance use disorder, Transcranial electrical stimulation, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, rTMS, tDCS, tES

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