Bioelectronic Devices & Conducting Biomaterials
Timeslot: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Track: Sensory Biomaterials and Tissues
Bioelectronics, electronics designed to interface with biology in vitro and in vivo, are an important class of biomaterials that are gaining significant interest. Bioelectronic devices include: (i) wearable sensors for health monitoring, (ii) in vitro diagnostics and biosensors that provide an electrical signal output proportional to an analyte, (iii) implantable devices (e.g. pacemakers, blood glucose monitoring, drug delivery, optoelectronics), (iv) electrophysiology (ECG, EMG, EEG) and (v) electrical stimulation of cells or tissues for tissue engineering, enhanced regeneration and therapeutic intervention. This symposium will highlight recent efforts in bioelectronic devices and electronically & ionically conducting biomaterials as well as their in vitro and in vivo application. Presentations will also cover material and fabrication advances for improved properties such as size, softness, flexibility, degradability, biocompatibility, and biointegration.
Moderator: Alexandra Rutz
Abstracts will be available for download on April 20, 2021.
48. Conductive Micro-Containers for Controlled Release of Anti-Brain Tumor Therapeutic, Omid Dadras Toussi, Mohammadjavad Eslamian, Milad Khorrami, PhD, Mohammad Reza AbidianUniversity of Houston, Houston, TX, USA
49. Conducting Polymer Nanofibers for Biorobotics, Mohammadjavad Eslamian, Fereshtehsadat Mirab, Vijaykrishna Raghunathan, PhD, Sheereen Majd, PhD, Mohammad Reza Abidian, PhDUniversity of Houston, Houston, TX, USA
50. Identifying Fabrication Parameters for Tuning Material Properties of Electrochemically Aligned Collagen Threads with Deep Neural Networks, Wenhuan Sun1, Victoria Webster-Wood, PhD1,21Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 2Dept. Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
51. Wireless Smart Contact Lens for Diabetic Diagnosis and Therapy, Su-Kyoung Kim, Ph.D Candidate, Sei Kwang Hahn, ProfessorPohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Pohang, Republic of Korea
52 Biomaterial Innovations through Understanding Brain-Technology Interfaces Takashi Daniel Yoshida Kozai, University of Pittsburgh