When we understand the significance of the seed, we give.
Become a Foundational Donor
Join us as we gather foundational donors to join in our mission and further the field of TMS.
FACTMS will use donations to increase awareness, educate about TMS and expand access worldwide. We will accomplish this by:
- Supporting TMS research.
- Support travel awards for students and early career medical providers to attend and present at scientific conferences.
- Expand TMS therapy to underserved communities worldwide.
Bob Sammons Clinical TMS Research Fund…
To honor Bob’s immense impact on the field of clinical TMS and his dedication, FACTMS is honoring his legacy by establishing the Bob Sammons fund for Clinical TMS research. The fund will be used to provide researchers seed money for their TMS projects.
Our goal is to present the first award during the CTMSS Annual Meeting in London (June 13 to 15, 2024).
DONATE TO THE BOB SAMMON CLINICAL TMS RESEARCH FUND
DONATE TO THE BOB SAMMONS CLINICAL TMS RESEARCH FUND
It’s simple. TMS can help a vast array of disorders and diseases. Education is critical. Advocacy efforts have never been more important. Your giving will change lives.
Depression in the United States
According to NIMH, an estimated 21.0 million adults in the United States had at least one major depressive episode. This number represented 8.4% of all U.S. adults.
Anxiety Disorders in the United States
According to the ADAA, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting over 40 million adults every year.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders in the United States
According to NIMH, about 1.2% of the population in the United States has OCD in any given year. In 2020, about 2.5 million Americans had PTSD.
Ready to Give? Let’s make a difference together.
Your donation will go the distance in helping FACTMS fulfill our mission. No matter the amount, your donation will make a difference.
Randy Pardell, MD, DLFAPA, FCTMSS
“Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a true innovation, forging ahead in new directions to improve treatment outcomes for decades to come. We need your support to increase awareness of this amazing technology. Your donation helps us support education, research and improve access to this life-saving treatment.”
-Randy Pardell, MD, DLFAPA, FCTMSS