Brain Blogger’s Deep Brain Stimulation – Phase 1 Trialby Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS | May 15, 2014
Welcome to the new Brain Blogger! We just completed a complete redesign of our desktop and mobile Brain Blogger sites. Powered by the web-design expertise of Rofikul Islam Shahin, we now have a clean, adaptive, and responsive interface that will elevate your reading experience.
- For our regular readers, we preserved all the functionality of the old site but with a crisper, social-media integrated design. Notably, our team of over 100 contributors will continue to feed your minds with articles tackling issues from multiple-angles.
- For our new readers, we hope that our fresh, multidimensional articles will capture you and our stylish yet functional site design will serve in the background to facilitate your precious readership.
Beyond the redesign, we are creating a unique brain-themed social community discussing the latest neuro-, psych-, and health-research in universally accessible language. Hundreds of brain and health related studies that could impact your health and well-being go unnoticed when they are not picked up by major media outlets. Unlike some other media providers who merely regurgitate content, we go directly to the source. Our team of professionals are scouring the research literature to throw out the garbage and present to you content deserving your attention.
Come join the movement that is currently tens of thousands strong! You may follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and YouTube. We also value your feedback to take this to the next phase. Please comment on this post on what we are doing right and, more importantly, wrong so that we can better your sensory, perceptual, and cognitive experience. Thank you.
Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS
Editor, Brain Blogger
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