Mehdi Jorfi, Ph.D.

Neurology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Neurobiological Engineering, Alzheimer's disease
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Christoph Weder grad student (Chemistry Tree)
Paula T. Hammond post-doc (Chemistry Tree)
Rudolph E. Tanzi post-doc
Mehmet Toner post-doc (E-Tree)
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Roushan M, Jorfi M, Mishra A, et al. (2018) Trapped Chromatin Fibers Damage Flowing Red Blood Cells. Advanced Biosystems. 2
DeVos SL, Corjuc BT, Commins C, et al. (2018) Tau reduction in the presence of amyloid-β prevents tau pathology and neuronal death in vivo. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Jorfi M, D'Avanzo C, Tanzi RE, et al. (2018) Human Neurospheroid Arrays for In Vitro Studies of Alzheimer's Disease. Scientific Reports. 8: 2450
Jorfi M, D'Avanzo C, Kim DY, et al. (2017) Three-Dimensional Models of the Human Brain Development and Diseases. Advanced Healthcare Materials
McMillan S, Rader C, Jorfi M, et al. (2017) Mechanically switchable polymer fibers for sensing in biological conditions. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 22: 27001
Nguyen JK, Jorfi M, Buchanan KL, et al. (2015) Influence of resveratrol release on the tissue response to mechanically adaptive cortical implants. Acta Biomaterialia
Jorfi M, Skousen JL, Weder C, et al. (2015) Progress towards biocompatible intracortical microelectrodes for neural interfacing applications. Journal of Neural Engineering. 12: 011001
Sapkota J, Jorfi M, Weder C, et al. (2014) Reinforcing Poly(ethylene) with Cellulose Nanocrystals. Macromolecular Rapid Communications
Jorfi M, Voirin G, Foster EJ, et al. (2014) Physiologically responsive, mechanically adaptive polymer optical fibers for optogenetics. Optics Letters. 39: 2872-5
Sacui IA, Nieuwendaal RC, Burnett DJ, et al. (2014) Comparison of the properties of cellulose nanocrystals and cellulose nanofibrils isolated from bacteria, tunicate, and wood processed using acid, enzymatic, mechanical, and oxidative methods. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces. 6: 6127-38
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