Small-scale Wireless Neural Stimulators

Miniaturized bioelectronic devices (less than 1 cm) promise new treatments of disorders through precise, wireless modulation of physiological activity. We are developing a class of tiny, wireless devices capable of modulating neural activity through electrical, optical, thermal, or mechanical means. These devices will enable neural circuits in animals to be perturbed during natural behavior and provide a platform for future bioelectronic approaches to treat disease.

Principal Investigator


John S Ho

Assistant Professor