- B03 | Decoding therapy-related inhibition / disinhibition signaling through M1 ECoG and subthalamic LFP real-time classification in patients with Parkinson’s disease
- B01 | Toward virtual deep brain stimulation
- B04 | Multisite recordings of basal ganglia-cerebellar-cortical motor circuits in hyperkinetic movement disorders
- C04 | Advancing neurostimulation to symptom-related individual adaptive stimulation: theoretical models and clinical application
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an effective treatment and has provided unique insights into the dynamic circuit architecture of brain disorders. This Review illustrates our current understanding of the pathophysiology of movement disorders and their underlying brain circuits that are modulated with DBS. It proposes principles of pathological network synchronization patterns like beta activity (13–35 Hz) in Parkinson’s disease. We describe alterations from microscale including local synaptic activity via modulation of mesoscale hypersynchronization to changes in whole-brain macroscale connectivity. Finally, an outlook on advances for clinical innovations in next-generation neurotechnology is provided: from preoperative connectomic targeting to feedback controlled closed-loop adaptive DBS as individualized network-specific brain circuit interventions.