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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Plasmonics in Nanocomposite Materials
Presentation Title Nanophotonics for Neural Engineering
Author(s) David Garfield, Emory M Chan, Peter James Schuck, Michel M Maharbiz, Maysam Chamanzar
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Maysam Chamanzar
Abstract Scope With the advent of optical methods such as optogenetics and calcium imaging to stimulate and record neural activity in the central and peripheral nervous system, the importance of nanophotonics to deliver localized light within the tissue is becoming more and more apparent. In this paper, we discuss some of our recent research activities on developing nanophotonic devices— tetherless implantable microstructures embedded with upconverting nanoparticles—to convert externally focused infrared light to localized visible light within the tissue of the target site, in order to achieve optical manipulation and imaging of neural circuits.
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Keywords Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Polymers


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