Kathleen W. Meacham, Ph.D.
|2008||Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA|
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|Zhang H, Gutruf P, Meacham K, et al. (2019) Wireless, battery-free optoelectronic systems as subdermal implants for local tissue oximetry. Science Advances. 5: eaaw0873|
|Mickle AD, Won SM, Noh KN, et al. (2019) A wireless closed-loop system for optogenetic peripheral neuromodulation. Nature|
|Mickle A, Wong S, Noh K, et al. (2018) Closed loop wireless monitoring and modulation of bladder function The Journal of Pain. 19: S11|
|Lu L, Yang Z, Meacham K, et al. (2018) Biodegradable Monocrystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Microcells as Power Supplies for Transient Biomedical Implants Advanced Energy Materials. 8: 1703035|
|Meacham K, Mickle A, Park S, et al. (2016) (398) Fully-implantable, wireless technology for optogenetic control of bladder sensory neurons. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 17: S74|
|Meacham KW, Guo L, Deweerth SP, et al. (2011) Selective stimulation of the spinal cord surface using a stretchable microelectrode array. Frontiers in Neuroengineering. 4: 5|
|Guo L, Meacham KW, Hochman S, et al. (2010) A PDMS-based conical-well microelectrode array for surface stimulation and recording of neural tissues. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 57: 2485-94|
|Meacham KW, Giuly RJ, Guo L, et al. (2008) A lithographically-patterned, elastic multi-electrode array for surface stimulation of the spinal cord. Biomedical Microdevices. 10: 259-69|