Asiyeh Golabchi, PhD

Neuroscience and Brain Technologies Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, United States 
Design of low-cost, metal-less, flexible all-polymeric microelectrode arrays (polyMEAs) for in vitro electrophysiology and in vivo neuroprosthetics
"Asiyeh Golabchi"
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Axel Blau grad student 2012- IIT
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Golabchi A, Woeppel KM, Li X, et al. (2020) Neuroadhesive protein coating improves the chronic performance of neuroelectronics in mouse brain. Biosensors & Bioelectronics. 155: 112096
Golabchi A, Wu B, Li X, et al. (2018) Melatonin improves quality and longevity of chronic neural recording. Biomaterials. 180: 225-239
Wilk N, Habibey R, Golabchi A, et al. (2016) Selective comparison of gelling agents as neural cell culture matrices for long-term microelectrode array electrophysiology Ocl. 23: D117
Saalfrank D, Konduri AK, Latifi S, et al. (2015) Incubator-independent cell-culture perfusion platform for continuous long-term microelectrode array electrophysiology and time-lapse imaging. Royal Society Open Science. 2: 150031
Habibey R, Golabchi A, Latifi S, et al. (2015) A microchannel device tailored to laser axotomy and long-term microelectrode array electrophysiology of functional regeneration. Lab On a Chip
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