My overall research has mainly involved the use of non-invasive brain stimulation tools such as repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and transcranial Electric Stimulation (tES) in different clinical populations as well as healthy subjects, to test hypotheses regarding pathologies of different psychiatric disorders and new treatment avenues. I am also interested in using NIBS methods to enhance cognitive functions such as sustained attention and working memories.
Use of Non-invasive Brain Stimulation in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience
Neuromarkers of Psychiatric Disorders
Kazemi, R., Rostami, R., Dehghan, S., Nasiri, Z., Lotfollahzadeh, S., Hadipour, A. L., ... & Ikeda, S. (2020). Alpha Frequency rTMS Modulates Theta Lagged Nonlinear Connectivity in Dorsal Attention Network. Brain Research Bulletin, 162,271-281
Rostami, R., Kazemi, R., Jabbari, A., Madani, A., Rostami, H., Taherpour, M. A., ... & Nitsche, M. A. (2020). Efficacy and clinical predictors of response to rTMS treatment in pharmacoresistant obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): A retrospective study. BMC Psychiatry 20, 372.
Rostami, R., Kazemi., R., Nitsche, M., Gholipour, F., Salehinejad, M. (2017). Clinical and demographic of response to rTMS treatment in unipolar and bipolar depressive disorders. Clinical neurophysiology,128, 1961-1970
Kazemi, R., Rostami, R., Khomami, S., Baghdadi, G., Rezaei, M., Hata, M., Aoki, Y., Ishii, R., Iwase, M., Fitzgerald, P.B. (2018). Bilateral transcranial magnetic stimulation on DLPFC changes resting state networks and cognitive function in patients with bipolar depression. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Rostami, R., Badran, B. W., Kazemi, R., Habibnezhad, M., & George, M. S. (2015). Long‐lasting analgesic effect of transcranial direct current stimulation in treatment of chronic endometriosis pain. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research, 41(12), 1998-2001
Kazemi, R., Rostami, R., Khomami, S., Horacek, J., Brunovsky, M., Novak, T., & Fitzgerald, P. B. (2016). Electrophysiological correlates of bilateral and unilateral repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with bipolar depression. Psychiatry research, 240, 364-375