Aprinda Indahlastari’s Illustration Featured in CASC 2024 Brochure

Aprinda IndahlastariDr. Aprinda Indahlastari’s image model of transcranial direct current stimulation has been selected and published in the annual Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation brochure on page 12.

“Constructing models like this has been a passion of mine since my graduate studies, making it particularly inspiring to showcase my work to a general audience in a way that is both informative and artistic. My inspiration came directly from my research on electrical stimulation as a safe, non-invasive therapy for the brain,” Indahlastari said. 

Transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS, is delivered by a safe, weak electrical current passed through electrodes placed on a person’s head. The treatment holds promise as an effective, drug-free approach for someday warding off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, but determining optimal dosing has been a challenge because of individual differences in anatomy.

Transcranial Image

To view the full PHHP article by Jill Pease, please visit this LINK. To view the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation brochure, please visit this LINK, page 12.