Developing next-generation brain sensing technologies: a review

Jacob T. Robinson*, Eric Pohlmeyer, Malte Christian Gather, Caleb Kemere, John E. Kitching, George G. Malliaras, Adam Marbleston, Kenneth L. Shepard, Thomas Stieglitz, Chong Xie

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Abstract

Advances in sensing technology raise the possibility of creating neural interfaces that can more effectively restore or repair neural function and reveal fundamental properties of neural information processing. To realize the potential of these bioelectronic devices, it is necessary to understand the capabilities of emerging technologies and identify the best strategies to translate these technologies into products and therapies that will improve the lives of patients with neurological and other disorders. Here we discuss emerging technologies for sensing brain activity, anticipated challenges for translation, and perspectives for how to best transition these technologies from academic research labs to useful products for neuroscience researchers and human patients.
Original languageEnglish
Article number8772197
Pages (from-to)10163 - 10175
Number of pages13
JournalIEEE Sensors Journal
Volume19
Issue number22
Early online date25 Jul 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2019

Keywords

  • Neural engineering
  • Sensors

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