Joshua A. Dian

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Intracortical microelectrodes play a prominent role in the operation of neural interfacing systems. They provide an interface for recording neural activities and modulating their behavior through electric stimulation. The performance of such systems is thus directly meliorated by advances in electrode technology. We present a new architecture for(More)
In patients with intractable epilepsy, surgical resection is a promising treatment; however, post surgical seizure freedom is contingent upon accurate identification of the seizure onset zone (SOZ). Identification of the SOZ in extratemporal epilepsy requires invasive intracranial EEG (iEEG) recordings as well as resource intensive and subjective analysis(More)
Pathological high-frequency oscillations (HFOs) (80-800 Hz) are considered biomarkers of epileptogenic tissue, but the underlying complex neuronal events are not well understood. Here, we identify and discuss several outstanding issues or conundrums in regards to the recording, analysis, and interpretation of HFOs in the epileptic brain to critically(More)
Epilepsy is a dynamical disease and its effects are evident in over fifty million people worldwide. This study focused on objective classification of the multiple states involved in the brain's epileptiform activity. Four datasets from three different rodent hippocampal preparations were explored, wherein seizure-like-events (SLE) were induced by the(More)
We introduce a new 3-D flexible microelectrode array for high performance electrographic neural signal recording and stimulation. The microelectrode architecture maximizes the number of channels on each shank and minimizes its footprint. The electrode was implemented on flexible polyimide substrate using microfabrication and thin-film processing. The(More)
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