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Bioelectronic Microtechnology (BEMT) Group


    In the BioElectronic Microtechnology (BEMT) team we develop neuro-/bioelectronic devices for applications within medicine and neuroscience. Our work help making future electrodes and sensors for bioelectronic interfaces smaller, more energy efficient and durable.
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    We are interested in device/tissue interaction and the various aspects of biocompatibility that contribute best possible tissue integration.

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    The BEMT team - front row (from left): Anna Savelyeva, Maria Asplund, Sebastian Shaner, Fernanda Narváez, José Leal, Debahuti Mohapatra. back row (from left): Ronak Kakadiya, Ute Riede, Katja Ickler, Elisabeth Otte, Christian Böhler, Ahmed Saeed

     

 

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 New paper from Sebastian Shaner and the SPEEDER project, the pre-print is available on biorxiv - Bioelectronic microfluidic wound healing  New paper from Sebastian Shaner and the SPEEDER project, published in Biosensors & Bioelectronics X - Skin stimulation and recording: Moving towards metal-free electrodes. New paper from Elisabeth Otte and the collaboration Neuroanatomy + BEMT published in Cell and Tissue Research . We are reviewing strategies towards overcoming bleeding and glial scar formation around implantable neural probes.. 

 

 

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