Building new technologies for interfacing the brain
We are active in a number of neurotechnology development areas. This includes development of new flexible electrode materials and scalable insertion systems, development of small, battery-powered embedded systems for chronic experiments, and new imaging systems for fluorescence-mediated recording of neural activity.
Some recent papers include:
J. Juneau, G. Duret, J. T. Robinson & C. Kemere. Enhanced Image Sensor Module for Head-Mounted Microscopes. in Proc. 2018 IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Conf. (2018).
F. Vitale, D. G. Vercosa, A. V. Rodriguez, S. S. Pamulapati, F. Seibt, E. Lewis, J. S. Yan, K. Badhiwala, M. Adnan, G. Royer-Carfagni, M. Beierlein, C. Kemere, M. Pasquali & J. T. Robinson. Fluidic Microactuation of Flexible Electrodes for Neural Recording. Nano Lett. acs.nanolett.7b04184 (2017). [DOI]
A. K. Pediredla, S. Zhang, B. Avants, F. Ye, S. Nagayama, Z. Chen, C. Kemere, J. T. Robinson & A. Veeraraghavan. Deep imaging in scattering media with selective plane illumination microscopy. J. Biomed. Opt. 21, 126009 (2016). [DOI]
F. Vitale, S. R. Summerson, B. Aazhang, C. Kemere & M. Pasquali. Neural Stimulation and Recording with Bidirectional, Soft Carbon Nanotube Fiber Microelectrodes. ACS Nano 9, 4465–4474 (2015). [DOI]