Paul George

Stanford University Medical School 
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Oh B, Santhanam S, Azadian M, et al. (2022) Electrical modulation of transplanted stem cells improves functional recovery in a rodent model of stroke. Nature Communications. 13: 1366
Feig VR, Santhanam S, McConnell KW, et al. (2021) Conducting polymer-based granular hydrogels for injectable 3D cell scaffolds. Advanced Materials Technologies. 6
Oh B, Wu YW, Swaminathan V, et al. (2021) Modulating the Electrical and Mechanical Microenvironment to Guide Neuronal Stem Cell Differentiation. Advanced Science (Weinheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany). 8: 2002112
Oh B, Swaminathan V, Malkovskiy A, et al. (2020) Single-Cell Encapsulation via Click-Chemistry Alters Production of Paracrine Factors from Neural Progenitor Cells. Advanced Science (Weinheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany). 7: 1902573
Song S, Amores D, Chen C, et al. (2019) Controlling properties of human neural progenitor cells using 2D and 3D conductive polymer scaffolds. Scientific Reports. 9: 19565
Oh B, George P. (2019) Conductive Polymers to Modulate the Post-Stroke Neural Environment. Brain Research Bulletin
Oh B, Swaminathan V, Lam V, et al. (2019) Abstract TMP34: Identification of New Therapeutic Pathways by Transcriptome Analysis of Electrically Stimulated-Neural Progenitor Cells After Stroke Stroke. 50
George PM, Oh B, Dewi R, et al. (2018) Engineered stem cell mimics to enhance stroke recovery. Biomaterials. 178: 63-72
Oh B, Levinson A, Lam V, et al. (2018) Electrically Conductive Scaffold to Modulate and Deliver Stem Cells. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Oh B, Song S, Levinson A, et al. (2018) Abstract 59: Combining Electrical Stimulation With Stem Cell Therapy Improves Endogenous Mechanisms of Stroke Recovery Stroke. 49
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