Justin C. Williams mainly focuses on Biomedical engineering, Neuroscience, Brain implant, Brain–computer interface and Programming paradigm. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microfluidics, Wafer, Microelectrode, Brain stimulation and Implantable Neurostimulators. His Wafer study incorporates themes from Polyimide, Substrate and Cable gland.
As a member of one scientific family, Justin C. Williams mostly works in the field of Microelectrode, focusing on Cerebral cortex and, on occasion, Silicon, Neurophysiology and Electrode material. His Brain implant research focuses on Electrical impedance and how it connects with Cellular density, Confocal microscopy, Implanted electrodes and Complex impedance spectroscopy. His Brain–computer interface research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Node, Implant device, Neural activity, Cell delivery and Electronic engineering.
Justin C. Williams focuses on Biomedical engineering, Neuroscience, Brain–computer interface, Nanotechnology and Stimulation. His primary area of study in Biomedical engineering is in the field of Brain implant. His Neuroscience study is mostly concerned with Electrocorticography, Neuromodulation, Electrophysiology and Optogenetics.
Justin C. Williams combines subjects such as Stroke, Rehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Artificial intelligence with his study of Brain–computer interface. His Stroke research includes elements of Neurofeedback and Physical therapy. His work carried out in the field of Microelectrode brings together such families of science as Substrate and Microelectromechanical systems.
His primary areas of investigation include Biomedical engineering, Brain–computer interface, Stimulation, Neuroscience and Vagus nerve stimulation. His Biomedical engineering research includes themes of Electrophysiology, Somatosensory evoked potential, Cortex, Cyclic voltammetry and Cathodic protection. His Brain–computer interface study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Electroencephalography.
His Stimulation study combines topics in areas such as Trigeminal nerve and Cuff. He has included themes like Neocortex and Context in his Vagus nerve stimulation study. Justin C. Williams works mostly in the field of Stroke, limiting it down to topics relating to Physical medicine and rehabilitation and, in certain cases, Neuroplasticity.
Justin C. Williams mainly investigates Stimulation, Brain–computer interface, Rehabilitation, Biomedical engineering and Stroke. His Stimulation research incorporates elements of Electromyography and Cuff. His Brain–computer interface study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanotechnology, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Electrode array.
His research in the fields of Stroke recovery overlaps with other disciplines such as Electronic mail. His study of Brain implant is a part of Biomedical engineering. In general Electroencephalography study, his work on Electrocorticography often relates to the realm of Field, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
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Flexible polyimide-based intracortical electrode arrays with bioactive capability
P.J. Rousche;D.S. Pellinen;D.P. Pivin;J.C. Williams.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2001)
Cortical firing and sleep homeostasis.
Vladyslav V. Vyazovskiy;Umberto Olcese;Umberto Olcese;Yaniv M. Lazimy;Ugo Faraguna.
Access to trauma centers in the United States.
Charles C. Branas;Ellen J. MacKenzie;Justin C. Williams;C. William Schwab.
Chronic neural recording using silicon-substrate microelectrode arrays implanted in cerebral cortex
R.J. Vetter;J.C. Williams;J.F. Hetke;E.A. Nunamaker.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2004)
Long-term neural recording characteristics of wire microelectrode arrays implanted in cerebral cortex
Justin C Williams;Robert L Rennaker;Daryl R Kipke.
Brain Research Protocols (1999)
Graphene-based carbon-layered electrode array technology for neural imaging and optogenetic applications
Dong Wook Park;Amelia A. Schendel;Solomon Mikael;Sarah K. Brodnick.
Nature Communications (2014)
Silicon-substrate intracortical microelectrode arrays for long-term recording of neuronal spike activity in cerebral cortex
D.R. Kipke;R.J. Vetter;J.C. Williams;J.F. Hetke.
international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (2003)
Complex impedance spectroscopy for monitoring tissue responses to inserted neural implants
Justin C Williams;Joseph A Hippensteel;John Dilgen;William Shain.
Journal of Neural Engineering (2007)
Spatial attributes and reserve design models: A review
Justin C. Williams;Charles S. ReVelle;Simon A. Levin.
Environmental Modeling & Assessment (2005)
Counterpart Models in Facility Location Science and Reserve Selection Science
Charles S. ReVelle;Justin C. Williams;John J. Boland.
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