Publications

  1. Antensteiner+ M., Khorrami+ M., Fallahianbijan F., Borhan A., and Abidian* M. R., (2017) Conducting Polymer Microcups for Organic Bioelectronics and Drug Delivery Applications, Advanced Materials, 29(39), 1702576-na, (cover article) (Impact Factor 19.791) (+ these authors contributed equally to this work)
  2. Khorrami+ M., Antensteiner+ M., Fallahianbijan F., Borhan A., and Abidian* M. R., (2017) Conducting Polymer Microcontainers for Biomedical Applications, 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (+ these authors contributed equally to this work), In press.
  3. Antensteiner M., Abidian* M. R., (2017) Morphologically Controlled Nanostructured Conducting Polymers for Neural Interface Applications, 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, In press.
  4. Antensteiner M., Khorrami M., Abidian* M.R., (2017) Fabrication and Characterization of Organic Conducting Polymer Microcontainers for Neural Applications, The 8th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, (in press)
  5. Yang G., Yang Z, Mu C, Fan X, Tian W., Wang Q., Abidian* M.R. (2016) A dual stimuli responsive fluorescent probe carrier from a double hydrophilic block copolymer capped with β-cyclodextrin. Polymer Chemistry 7 (30), 4983-4983 (Impact Factor 5.37)
  6. Malliaras G. & Abidian* M. R. (2015) Organic bioelectronic materials and devices. Advanced Materials 27 (46), 7492. (Impact Factor 19.791)
  7. Yi N. & Abidian* M. R. (2015) Conjugated polymers for biomedical applications. In: Poole- Warren L., Martenes P., and Green R., editor. Biosynthetic Polymers for Medical Applications. Woodhead Publishing Elsevier, 243-277.
  8. Green R. & Abidian* M. R. (2015) Conducting polymers for neural prosthetic and neural interface applications, Advanced Materials, (Impact Factor 19.791)
  9. Yang+ G., Kampstra+ K. L., Abidian* M. R. (2014) High-Performance Conducting Polymer Nanofiber Biosensors for Detection of Biomolecules, Advanced Materials () (cover article) (Impact Factor 19.791) (+ these authors contributed equally to this work)
  10. Park S, Yang G., Madduri N., Abidian M. R., Majd S., (2014) Hydrogel-mediated direct patterning of conducting polymer films with multiple surface chemistries. Advanced Materials, 18(14), 2782–2787 (cover article) (Impact Factor 19.791)
  11. Zhou Y.,Lachman N., Gaffari M., Xu H., Bhattacharya D., Fattahi P. , Abidian M.R., Wu S., Gleason K.K., Wardle B.L., and Zhang Q.M. (2014) High Performance Hybrid Asymmetric Super capacitor via Nano-scale Morphology Control of Graphene, Conducting Polymer, and Carbon Nanotube Electrodes, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, (Impact Factor 8.867).
  12. Fattahi P., Yang G., Kim G. B., *Abidian M. R. (2014) A Review of Organic and Inorganic Biomaterials for Neural Interfaces, Advanced Materials, 26(12), 1846-1885, (cover article) (Impact Factor 19.791)
  13. Fattahi P., Borhan A., Abidian* M. R. (2013) Characterization of the size, shape, and drug encapsulation efficiency of PLGA microcapsules produced via electrojetting for drug delivery to brain tumors, IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering, (accepted, in press)
  14. Abidian M. R., Wee A. T. S., Malliaras G. (2013) Themed issue on carbon bioelectronics. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 1(31), 3727, 2013. (Impact Factor 4.543)
  15. Fattahi P., Borhan A., *Abidian M. R.  (2013) Microencapsulation of chemotherapeutics into monodisperse and Tunable biodegradable polymers via electrified liquid jets: control of size, shape, and drug release, Advanced Materials, 25(33), 4555-4560, (Cover article) (Impact Factor 19.791)
  16. Kim G. B., Fattahi P., *Abidian M. R. (2013) Electrode neural tissue interactions: immune responses, current technologies, and future directions. In: Biomaterials Surface Science. John Wiley & Sons, 539-565.
  17. *Abidian M. R., Daneshvar E. D., Egeland B. M., Kipke D. R., Cederna P.S, Urbanchek M. G., (2012) Hybrid conducting polymer-hydrogel conduits for axonal Growth and neural tissue engineering, Advanced Healthcare Materials 2012, 1 (6), 762-767. (Cover article) (Impact Factor 5.76)
  18. Urbanchek M. G., Wei B., Egeland B. M., Abidian M. R., Kipke D. R., and. Cederna P. S, (2011) Microscale electrode implantation during nerve repair: Effects on nerve morphology, electromyography, and recovery of muscle contractile function, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 128 (4), 270-278. (Impact Factor 2.993).
  19. Layton K. N., & Abidian* M. R., (2011) Conduting polymer nanofiber-based biosensor for detection of neurochemicals, The 5rth International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, 298-301.
  20. *Abidian M. R., Corey J. M., Kipke D. R., Martin D. C., (2010) Conducting polymer nanotubes improve electrical properties, mechanical adhesion, neural attachment, and neurite outgrowth of neural electrodes. Small, 6 (3), 421-429. (Impact Factor 8.315)
  21. *Abidian M. R., Ludwig K, Marzullo T. C., Martin D. C., Kipke D. R., (2009) Interfacing conducting polymer nanotubes with the central nervous system: Chronic neural recording using poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) nanotubes. Advanced Materials, 21 (37), 3764-3770. (Cover article), (Impact Factor 19.791)
  22. *Abidian M. R., Martin D. C., (2009) Multifunctional nanobiomaterials for neural interfaces. Advanced Functional Materials, 19 (4), 573-585. (Cover article), (Impact Factor 12.12)
  23. Jadcherla Y., Urbanchek M. G., Abidian M. R., Egeland B.  M., Miriani, R. M., Schroeder, K. M., Daneshvar E. D., Ewing K. A., Kuzon W. M., Kipke D. R., Cederna P. S., (2009) Nerve regeneration through Pedot, An electrically conducting polymer nerve graft. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 124 (4S), 67. (Impact Factor 2.993).
  24.  *Abidian M. R., Martin D. C. (2009) Nanostructured conducting polymer biomaterials and their applications in controlled drug delivery. In: Carpi F., Smela E., editors. Biomedical application of electroactive polymer actuators. John Wiley & Sons, 279-299.
  25. Egeland B.M., Urbanchek M. G., Abidian M. R., Kuzon W. M., Cederna P. S., (2009) A tissue based bioelectrical interface has reduced impedance compared to copper wire and nerve.  Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 123, (6S), 26. (Impact Factor 2.993)
  26. Schroeder, K. A., Urbanchek M. G., Abidian M. R., Egeland B.  M., Ewing, K A., Miriani, R. M., Daneshvar E. D., Kuzon W. M., Kipke D. R., Cederna P. S., (2009) Sensory protection recovery follows nerve regeneration through nerve grafts lined with an electrically-conductive polymer. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 124 (4S), 84. (Impact Factor 2.993)
  27. *Abidian M. R., Martin D. C. (2008), Experimental and theoretical characterization of neural microelectrodes modified with conducting polymer nanotubes. Biomaterials, 29 (9), 1273-1283, (Impact Factor 8.402)
  28. Kim D. H., Abidian M. R. Richradson-Burns S., Povlich S., Spanninga S., Hendricks J., Martin D. C. (2008) Soft, fuzzy, and bioactive conducting polymers for improving the chronic performance of neural prosthetic devices. In: Indwelling neural implants: Strategies for contending with the in vivo environment. CRC Press, 177-220.
  29. Miriani R. M., Abidian M. R., Kipke D.R. (2008), Cytotoxic analysis of the conducting polymer PEDOT using myocytes, 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1841-1844.
  30. *Abidian M.R., Marzullo T., Salas L., Yazdan-Shahmorad A., Martin D.C., and Kipke D.R.  (2007) In-vivo evaluation of chronically implanted microelectrode arrays with poly (3,4- ethylenedioxythiophene) nanotubes. The 3rd International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, 61-64,
  31. Abidian M. R., Kim D. H., Martin D. C. (2006) Conducting polymer nanotubes for controlled drug release. Advanced Materials, 18 (4), 405-409. (Cover article), (Impact Factor 19.791)
  32. Kim D. H, Abidian M. R., Martin D. C., (2004) Conducting polymers grown in hydrogel scaffolds coated on neural prosthetic devices.  Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 71A: 577-585, (Impact Factor 3.369)
  33. Kim D. H., Abidian M. R., Martin D. C. (2003) Synthesis and characterization of conducting polymers grown in hydrogels for neural applications, MRS 2003 Fall meeting proceedings F 5.5

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