Graeme M. Clark

University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 
Auditory system
"Graeme Clark"
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Spiers K, Cardamone T, Furness JB, et al. (2016) An X-ray fluorescence microscopic analysis of the tissue surrounding the multi-channel cochlear implant electrode array. Cochlear Implants International. 1-3
Harris AR, Molino PJ, Kapsa RM, et al. (2015) Correlation of the impedance and effective electrode area of doped PEDOT modified electrodes for brain-machine interfaces. The Analyst. 140: 3164-74
Harris AR, Molino PJ, Kapsa RM, et al. (2015) Optical and electrochemical methods for determining the effective area and charge density of conducting polymer modified electrodes for neural stimulation. Analytical Chemistry. 87: 738-46
Clark GM. (2015) The multi-channel cochlear implant: multi-disciplinary development of electrical stimulation of the cochlea and the resulting clinical benefit. Hearing Research. 322: 4-13
Clark GM, Clark J, Cardamone T, et al. (2014) Biomedical studies on temporal bones of the first multi-channel cochlear implant patient at the University of Melbourne. Cochlear Implants International. 15: S1-15
Clark GM. (2013) The multichannel cochlear implant for severe-to-profound hearing loss. Nature Medicine. 19: 1236-9
Clark GM, Clark JC, Furness JB. (2013) The evolving science of cochlear implants. Jama. 310: 1225-6
Quigley AF, Bulluss KJ, Kyratzis IL, et al. (2013) Engineering a multimodal nerve conduit for repair of injured peripheral nerve. Journal of Neural Engineering. 10: 016008
Quigley AF, Wagner K, Kita M, et al. (2013) In vitro growth and differentiation of primary myoblasts on thiophene based conducting polymers Biomaterials Science. 1: 983-995
Quigley AF, Razal JM, Kita M, et al. (2012) Electrical stimulation of myoblast proliferation and differentiation on aligned nanostructured conductive polymer platforms. Advanced Healthcare Materials. 1: 801-8
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