David J. Anderson mainly investigates Biomedical engineering, Microelectrode, Neuroscience, Squirrel monkey and Electrical impedance. His work deals with themes such as Neural system, Optoelectronics and Electrode array, which intersect with Biomedical engineering. His Microelectrode research includes themes of Electrochemistry, Cyclic voltammetry, Silicon, Capacitance and Signal processing.
His work in the fields of Activating function, Neural engineering and Neurostimulation overlaps with other areas such as Internal capsule and Corticospinal tract. His Squirrel monkey research incorporates themes from Stimulus, Phase and Cochlear nerve. His work in Electrical impedance covers topics such as Dielectric spectroscopy which are related to areas like Conductive polymer.
His main research concerns Biomedical engineering, Microelectrode, Neuroscience, Optoelectronics and Audiology. His Biomedical engineering research incorporates elements of Electrode array and Multielectrode array. David J. Anderson interconnects Electronic engineering and Silicon in the investigation of issues within Microelectrode.
His Stimulation, Electrophysiology, Squirrel monkey, Stimulus and Neural engineering investigations are all subjects of Neuroscience research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Inferior colliculus and Auditory system in addition to Stimulation. His work is dedicated to discovering how Optoelectronics, Electrical impedance are connected with Dielectric spectroscopy and other disciplines.
David J. Anderson spends much of his time researching Biomedical engineering, Electrode array, Electrical engineering, Neuroscience and Optoelectronics. His Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Stimulation, Conductive polymer, Multielectrode array, Coating and Spinal cord. His Electrode array study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Brain–computer interface and Modular design.
David J. Anderson undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Neuroscience and Subthalamic nucleus in his work. David J. Anderson merges Microfabrication with Microelectrode in his research. His studies deal with areas such as Communication, Noise, Artificial intelligence, Noise floor and Pattern recognition as well as Microelectrode.
His primary areas of investigation include Biomedical engineering, Electrode array, Microelectrode, Signal and Activation pattern. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as PEDOT:PSS and Nanotechnology. His Electrode array research incorporates elements of Electrical conductor, Electrical engineering, Substrate and Modular design.
The Multielectrode array research David J. Anderson does as part of his general Microelectrode study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Microfabrication, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Signal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biocompatibility, Biosensor, Buffer, Conductive polymer and Coating. His Activation pattern research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Brain–computer interface and Peripheral nerve.
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Phase-locked response to low-frequency tones in single auditory nerve fibers of the squirrel monkey.
J E Rose;J F Brugge;D J Anderson;J E Hind.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1967)
Wireless implantable microsystems: high-density electronic interfaces to the nervous system
K.D. Wise;D.J. Anderson;J.F. Hetke;D.R. Kipke.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2004)
Surface modification of neural recording electrodes with conducting polymer/biomolecule blends
Xinyan Cui;Valerie A. Lee;Yehoash Raphael;James A. Wiler.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2001)
Performance of planar multisite microprobes in recording extracellular single-unit intracortical activity
K.L. Drake;K.D. Wise;J. Farraye;D.J. Anderson.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (1988)
Temporal Position of Discharges in Single Auditory Nerve Fibers within the Cycle of a Sine‐Wave Stimulus: Frequency and Intensity Effects
David J. Anderson;Jerzy E. Rose;Joseph E. Hind;John F. Brugge.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1971)
Electrochemical deposition and characterization of conducting polymer polypyrrole/PSS on multichannel neural probes
Xinyan Cui;Jamille F. Hetke;James A. Wiler;David J. Anderson.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2001)
In vitro electrical properties for iridium oxide versus titanium nitride stimulating electrodes
J.D. Weiland;D.J. Anderson;M.S. Humayun.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2002)
A high-yield microassembly structure for three-dimensional microelectrode arrays
Qing Bai;K.D. Wise;D.J. Anderson.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2000)
Chronic neural stimulation with thin-film, iridium oxide electrodes
J.D. Weiland;D.J. Anderson.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2000)
Using a Common Average Reference to Improve Cortical Neuron Recordings From Microelectrode Arrays
Kip A Ludwig;Rachel Miriani;Nicholas B Langhals;Michael D Joseph.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2009)
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