2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2008 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to understanding electromagnetic effects on materials and biological tissues
1998 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
1992 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1989 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering instrumentation, experimental techniques, and theoretical models for studying and interpreting magnetic fields produced by electric currents in isolated nerves and other biological and nonbiological systems
1980 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
John P. Wikswo spends much of his time researching Magnetic field, Nanotechnology, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Membrane potential and Biomedical engineering. In his study, Axon is inextricably linked to Conductor, which falls within the broad field of Magnetic field. He studies Microfluidics, a branch of Nanotechnology.
John P. Wikswo has included themes like Electric potential, Electroencephalography, Magnetometer, Conductivity and Spatial frequency in his Nuclear magnetic resonance study. John P. Wikswo works in the field of Magnetometer, namely SQUID. His Membrane potential research incorporates themes from Electrophysiology, Extracellular, Bidomain model, Electrode and Current.
His main research concerns Magnetic field, Magnetometer, Optics, SQUID and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His research in Magnetic field intersects with topics in Field, Acoustics, Signal and Condensed matter physics. His studies in Magnetometer integrate themes in fields like Paramagnetism, Corrosion, Nondestructive testing and Electrical engineering, Eddy current.
John P. Wikswo does research in Optics, focusing on Image resolution specifically. His work on SQUID is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Superconductivity.
John P. Wikswo mainly focuses on Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Fluidics, Neuroscience and Biophysics. His Microfluidics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flow control, Peristaltic pump, Optical tweezers and Spectrum analyzer. His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Optoelectronics, Electrode and Mass spectrometry.
His Neuroscience course of study focuses on Systems biology and Drug development. His Biophysics research includes themes of Extracellular, Cell migration, Electrophysiology and Reentry. His work carried out in the field of Chip brings together such families of science as Regenerative medicine and Biomedical engineering.
John P. Wikswo mainly focuses on Microfluidics, Neuroscience, Nanotechnology, Blood–brain barrier and Drug discovery. His Microfluidics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fluidics, Biophysics, Chip, Leading edge and Cell polarity. His work in Chip addresses subjects such as Cardiac cell, which are connected to disciplines such as Biomedical engineering.
When carried out as part of a general Neuroscience research project, his work on Stimulation is frequently linked to work in Patient treatment, Grand Challenges and Government, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Nanotechnology research includes elements of Optoelectronics and Control theory. He has included themes like Systems biology and Biochemical engineering in his Drug discovery study.
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Using a magnetometer to image a two‐dimensional current distribution
Bradley J. Roth;Nestor G. Sepulveda;John P. Wikswo.
Journal of Applied Physics (1989)
Virtual electrodes in cardiac tissue: a common mechanism for anodal and cathodal stimulation
J. P. Wikswo;Shien-Fong Lin;R. A. Abbas.
Biophysical Journal (1995)
Current injection into a two-dimensional anisotropic bidomain
N.G. Sepulveda;B.J. Roth;J.P. Wikswo.
Biophysical Journal (1989)
Effects of flow and diffusion on chemotaxis studies in a microfabricated gradient generator
Glenn M. Walker;Jiqing Sai;Ann Richmond;Ann Richmond;Mark Stremler.
Lab on a Chip (2005)
Recreating blood-brain barrier physiology and structure on chip: A novel neurovascular microfluidic bioreactor
Jacquelyn A. Brown;Virginia Pensabene;Dmitry A. Markov;Vanessa Allwardt.
SQUIDs for nondestructive evaluation
W G Jenks;S S H Sadeghi;J P Wikswo.
Journal of Physics D (1997)
Scaling and systems biology for integrating multiple organs-on-a-chip
John P. Wikswo;Erica L. Curtis;Zachary E. Eagleton;Brian C. Evans.
Lab on a Chip (2013)
Magnetic field of a nerve impulse: first measurements
John P. Wikswo;John P. Barach;John A. Freeman.
A low temperature transfer of ALH84001 from Mars to Earth.
B. P. Weiss;Joseph L. Kirschvink;Franz J. Baudenbacher;Hojatollah Vali.
Microfluidic single-cell array cytometry for the analysis of tumor apoptosis
Donald Wlodkowic;Shannon Faley;Michele Zagnoni;John P. Wikswo.
Analytical Chemistry (2009)
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