2020 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
Duncan J. Maitland focuses on Shape-memory polymer, Composite material, Optics, Biomedical engineering and Shape-memory alloy. His Shape-memory polymer study is focused on Polymer in general. His research in Composite material intersects with topics in Thermal analysis and Particle size.
He interconnects Vibration, Ultrasonic sensor and Acoustics in the investigation of issues within Optics. The concepts of his Biomedical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Aneurysm, Stent and Embolization. His Shape-memory alloy research incorporates elements of Porosity, Polyurethane and Monomer.
Duncan J. Maitland mostly deals with Shape-memory polymer, Composite material, Biomedical engineering, Polyurethane and Optics. His Shape-memory polymer research includes elements of Porosity, Nanotechnology and Glass transition. Duncan J. Maitland has included themes like Membrane and Tungsten in his Composite material study.
His work carried out in the field of Biomedical engineering brings together such families of science as Aneurysm, Blood flow, Embolization, Occlusion and Thrombus. His research investigates the connection with Polyurethane and areas like Monomer which intersect with concerns in Polymerization. His studies deal with areas such as Optoelectronics, Transducer and Laser as well as Optical fiber.
Duncan J. Maitland spends much of his time researching Shape-memory polymer, Composite material, Biomedical engineering, Polyurethane and Polymer. His Shape-memory polymer research is under the purview of Shape-memory alloy. His Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Membrane and Tungsten.
His Biomedical engineering research includes themes of Aneurysm, Embolization, Fibrin, Occlusion and Thrombus. His Polyurethane research incorporates themes from Surface modification, Polymer chemistry, Microparticle and Thermosetting polymer. Duncan J. Maitland has researched Polymer in several fields, including Antimicrobial, Nanotechnology and Nutritional modulation.
His primary areas of investigation include Shape-memory polymer, Composite material, Biomedical engineering, Polyurethane and Polymer. His research on Shape-memory polymer concerns the broader Shape-memory alloy. His work deals with themes such as Wound healing, Hemostatic Agent and Tungsten, which intersect with Composite material.
As a member of one scientific family, Duncan J. Maitland mostly works in the field of Biomedical engineering, focusing on Aneurysm and, on occasion, Occlusion. Duncan J. Maitland combines subjects such as Biocompatibility, Dimethyl sulfoxide, Solvent exposure, Direct heating and Microparticle with his study of Polyurethane. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Polymer, Nutritional modulation is strongly linked to Nanotechnology.
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Biomedical applications of thermally activated shape memory polymers
Ward Small;Pooja Singhal;Thomas S. Wilson;Duncan J. Maitland.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2010)
Photothermal Properties of Shape Memory Polymer Micro-Actuators for Treating Stroke
Duncan J. Maitland;Melodie F. Metzger;Daniel Schumann;Abraham Lee.
Lasers in Surgery and Medicine (2002)
Inductively Heated Shape Memory Polymer for the Magnetic Actuation of Medical Devices
P.R. Buckley;G.H. McKinley;T.S. Wilson;W. Small.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2006)
Comparison of polarized-light propagation in biological tissue and phantoms
Vanitha Sankaran;Matthew J. Everett;Duncan J. Maitland;Joseph T. Walsh.
Optics Letters (1999)
Mapping of birefringence and thermal damage in tissue by use of polarization-sensitive optical coherence tomography
K Schoenenberger;B W Colston;D J Maitland;L B Da Silva.
Applied Optics (1998)
Quantitative measurements of linear birefringence during heating of native collagen.
Duncan J. Maitland;Joseph T. Walsh.
Lasers in Surgery and Medicine (1997)
Laser-activated shape memory polymer intravascular thrombectomy device.
Ward Small;Thomas S. Wilson;William J. Benett;Jeffrey M. Loge.
Optics Express (2005)
A pH-responsive supramolecular polymer gel as an enteric elastomer for use in gastric devices
Shiyi Zhang;Andrew M. Bellinger;Andrew M. Bellinger;Dean L. Glettig;Ross Barman;Ross Barman.
Nature Materials (2015)
Polarized light propagation through tissue phantoms containing densely packed scatterers.
Vanitha Sankaran;Joseph T. Walsh;Duncan J. Maitland.
Optics Letters (2000)
Comparative study of polarized light propagation in biologic tissues.
Vanitha Sankaran;Vanitha Sankaran;Joseph T. Walsh;Duncan J. Maitland.
Journal of Biomedical Optics (2002)
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