Nicholas Maling

Nicholas Maling

Nicholas Maling is the Deep Brain Stimulation Scientist for the European region with Boston Scientific. He began working in neuromodulation in 2006, developing rodent models of corticobulbar dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease. After completing his bachelors in Neurobiology in 2008 he received his doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Florida in 2014, working to describe the neurophysiological correlates of tics in Tourette syndrome patients undergoing DBS with Michael Okun. Following his doctorate Nick moved to Cleveland to work on computational models to describe the origin of local field potentials in the laboratory of Cameron McIntyre. In his current position Nick works to coordinate the clinical efforts of Boston Scientific to better understand the needs of DBS physicians and liaise with development teams to align those clinical needs to the future of DBS technology.