John P. Seymour, Ph.D. - US grants

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
systems electrophysiology, electrodes

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According to our matching algorithm, John P. Seymour is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
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2010 Kipke, Daryl R
Seymour, John P
R41Activity Code Description:
To support cooperative R&D projects between small business concerns and research institutions, limited in time and amount, to establish the technical merit and feasibility of ideas that have potential for commercialization. Awards are made to small business concerns only.

Long-Term Sensing in the Brain Using Sub-Cellular Edge Electrode Arrays

@ Neuronexus Technologies

0.91
2011 Seymour, John P
R43Activity Code Description:
To support projects, limited in time and amount, to establish the technical merit and feasibility of R&D ideas which may ultimately lead to a commercial product(s) or service(s).

Novel Optrode Devices For Neuroscientists: Packaging and Waveguide Solutions to M

@ Neuronexus Technologies

0.91
2017 — 2019 Bruns, Timothy M.
Chestek, Cynthia Anne (co-PI) [⬀]
Seymour, John P
Yoon, Euisik (co-PI) [⬀]
OT2Activity Code Description:
A single-component research award that is not a grant, cooperative agreement or contract using Other Transaction Authorities

Highly-Compliant Microneedle Arrays For Peripheral Nerve Mapping

@ University of Michigan

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