Lysianne joined our team in 2016, and quickly made her mark as the master of all TMS operations. She serves as a trusted adviser for every project which takes place in our TMS Service Center, showcasing her expansive knowledge of brain stimulation techniques and applying her efforts to myriad investigations. As the coordinator of the monthly Clinical TMS Working Group meetings, she fosters a collaborative environment by ensuring that research teams have the opportunity to share ideas and input across disciplines and institutions, all while considering the latest research in the field. She has a passionate interest in clinical applications of TMS, and in improving TMS outcomes through precision-oriented treatment tools such as fMRI based targeting. She looks forward to delving into this research further in her upcoming project, "Effect of Connectivity-based rTMS and State-Dependency on Amygdala Activation," funded by the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences Germinator Award.