Oct. 25, 2018 —
A recent online issue of Applied Physics Letters (APL) Photonics featured an article whose co-authors include Dr. John Rogers, a 2008 Vannevar Bush fellow now at Northwestern, and Dr. Cameron Good, a 2017 Laboratory University Collaboration Initiative (LUCI) Fellow at the Army Research Lab. The article highlights the recent emergence of active optoelectronic platforms that leverage genetically targeted stimulators, inhibitors, and sensors and their vital role in brain research and therapy development. Ultimately, such advanced platforms could enable further understanding into the mechanisms underlying the control of sleep and recovery from post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and physical training.
Click here to read the full article.