Mijail D. Serruya, MD, PhD

Mijail D. Serruya, MD, PhD

Contact Dr. Serruya

901 Walnut Street
Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-1275
(215) 405-2517 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Assessing functional connectivity across 3D tissue engineered axonal tracts using calcium fluorescence imaging
  2. Engineered Axonal Tracts as “Living Electrodes” for Synaptic-Based Modulation of Neural Circuitry
  3. Connecting the brain to itself through an emulation
  4. Analysis of spontaneous calcium signals to infer functional connectivity within a novel 'living electrode' neural construct
  5. Neural substrate expansion for the restoration of brain function
  6. The evolution of neuroprosthetic interfaces
  7. As we may think and be: Brain-computer interfaces to expand the substrate of mind
  8. Bottlenecks to clinical translation of direct brain-computer interfaces
  9. Clinical comparison of 99m Tc exametazime and 123 I ioflupane SPECT in patients with chronic mild traumatic brain injury
  10. Power shifts track serial position and modulate encoding in human episodic memory
  11. Meditation and neurodegenerative diseases
  12. Direct brain computer interfaces to restore cognition
  13. Brain-machine interfaces: Electrophysiological challenges and limitations
  14. Techniques and devices to restore cognition
  15. Fiber optic guided functional electrical stimulation with microscale photovoltaic neurostimulator devices
  16. Fiber optic guided functional electrical stimulation with microscale photovoltaic neurostimulator devices
  17. A microscale photovoltaic neurostimulator for fiber optic delivery of functional electrical stimulation.
  18. Decoding movement intent from human premotor cortex neurons for neural prosthetic applications
  19. Neuronal ensemble control of prosthetic devices by a human with tetraplegia
  20. Case study: Reliability of multi-electrode array in the knob area of human motor cortex intended for a neuromotor prosthesis application