2017 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the design, development, and realization of retinal prostheses
2015 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
His primary areas of study are Retina, Retinal, Biomedical engineering, Retinitis pigmentosa and Retinal implant. The various areas that James D. Weiland examines in his Retina study include Stimulation and Surgery. His Retinal study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Amplitude and Brightness.
His Biomedical engineering research integrates issues from Microelectrode, Lead, Electrotherapy and Optics. James D. Weiland interconnects Anatomy, Clinical trial, Macular degeneration and Prosthesis in the investigation of issues within Retinitis pigmentosa. In his papers, James D. Weiland integrates diverse fields, such as Retinal implant and Phosphene.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Retina, Retinal, Biomedical engineering, Stimulation and Retinitis pigmentosa. His Retina research includes elements of Electrode array and Anatomy. His work on Retinal degeneration and Retinal ganglion as part of general Retinal study is frequently linked to Phosphene, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
James D. Weiland has included themes like Parylene, Microelectrode, Retinal Prosthesis and Implant in his Biomedical engineering study. His study in Stimulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stimulus and Electrophysiology. Many of his studies on Retinitis pigmentosa apply to Macular degeneration as well.
His main research concerns Retinal, Retina, Neuroscience, Stimulation and Retinitis pigmentosa. The study of Retinal is intertwined with the study of Electrode array in a number of ways. His Retina research incorporates elements of Optometry, Visual cortex, Macular degeneration and Sclera.
His Retinal degeneration and Sensory system study in the realm of Neuroscience interacts with subjects such as Connectome and Structure and function. His work carried out in the field of Stimulation brings together such families of science as Stimulus, Pipette, Vision based and Biomedical engineering. His research investigates the link between Retinitis pigmentosa and topics such as Visual prosthesis that cross with problems in Optic nerve.
James D. Weiland mostly deals with Retinal, Neuroscience, Retina, Retinal implant and Retinitis pigmentosa. His Neuroscience research focuses on Stimulation in particular. The concepts of his Stimulation study are interwoven with issues in Retinal degeneration, Stimulus and Retinal ganglion.
His Retinal implant research incorporates themes from Retinal tack, Retinal Prosthesis, Macular degeneration and Prosthesis. His Retinitis pigmentosa research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visual prosthesis, Optical coherence tomography, Electrode array and Optic nerve. His Visual prosthesis study combines topics in areas such as Optometry, Prospective cohort study and Anatomy.
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Visual perception in a blind subject with a chronic microelectronic retinal prosthesis
Mark S. Humayun;James D. Weiland;Gildo Y. Fujii;Robert Greenberg.
Vision Research (2003)
Pattern electrical stimulation of the human retina
Mark S. Humayun;Eugene de Juan;James D. Weiland;Gislin Dagnelie.
Vision Research (1999)
Retinal Prosthesis for the Blind
Eyal Margalit;Mauricio Maia;James D Weiland;Robert J Greenberg.
Survey of Ophthalmology (2002)
A neuro-stimulus chip with telemetry unit for retinal prosthetic device
W. Liu;K. Vichienchom;M. Clements;S.C. DeMarco.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2000)
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)
Chronic neural stimulation with thin-film, iridium oxide electrodes
J.D. Weiland;D.J. Anderson.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2000)
Flexible parylene-based multielectrode array technology for high-density neural stimulation and recording
Damien C. Rodger;Damien C. Rodger;Andy J. Fong;Wen Li;Hossein Ameri.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2008)
Visual performance using a retinal prosthesis in three subjects with retinitis pigmentosa.
Douglas Yanai;Douglas Yanai;James D. Weiland;Manjunatha Mahadevappa;Robert J. Greenberg.
American Journal of Ophthalmology (2007)
An Integrated 256-Channel Epiretinal Prosthesis
Kuanfu Chen;Zhi Yang;Linh Hoang;J Weiland.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2010)
Artificial vision: needs, functioning, and testing of a retinal electronic prosthesis.
Gerald J Chader;James Weiland;Mark S Humayun.
Progress in Brain Research (2009)
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