Kevin Otto
Kevin Otto
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida
Verified email at bme.ufl.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Repeated voltage biasing improves unit recordings by reducing resistive tissue impedances
MD Johnson, KJ Otto, DR Kipke
IEEE Transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 13 (2 …, 2005
1582005
Poly (3, 4-ethylene dioxythiophene)(PEDOT) as a micro-neural interface material for electrostimulation
SJ Wilks, SM Richardson-Burn, JL Hendricks, D Martin, KJ Otto
Frontiers in neuroengineering 2, 7, 2009
1402009
Voltage pulses change neural interface properties and improve unit recordings with chronically implanted microelectrodes
KJ Otto, MD Johnson, DR Kipke
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 53 (2), 333-340, 2006
1242006
Naive coadaptive cortical control
GJ Gage, KA Ludwig, KJ Otto, EL Ionides, DR Kipke
Journal of neural engineering 2 (2), 52, 2005
1212005
Theoretical analysis of intracortical microelectrode recordings
SF Lempka, MD Johnson, MA Moffitt, KJ Otto, DR Kipke, CC McIntyre
Journal of neural engineering 8 (4), 045006, 2011
822011
Microstimulation in auditory cortex provides a substrate for detailed behaviors
KJ Otto, PJ Rousche, DR Kipke
Hearing research 210 (1-2), 112-117, 2005
742005
Chronic intracortical microelectrode arrays induce non-uniform, depth-related tissue responses
AJ Woolley, HA Desai, KJ Otto
Journal of neural engineering 10 (2), 026007, 2013
732013
Cortical microstimulation in auditory cortex of rat elicits best-frequency dependent behaviors
KJ Otto, PJ Rousche, DR Kipke
Journal of neural engineering 2 (2), 42, 2005
582005
Single electrode micro-stimulation of rat auditory cortex: an evaluation of behavioral performance
PJ Rousche, KJ Otto, MP Reilly, DR Kipke
Hearing research 179 (1-2), 62-71, 2003
542003
In situ characterization of the brain–microdevice interface using device capture histology
AJ Woolley, HA Desai, MA Steckbeck, NK Patel, KJ Otto
Journal of neuroscience methods 201 (1), 67-77, 2011
512011
Histological evaluation of flexible neural implants; flexibility limit for reducing the tissue response?
HC Lee, F Ejserholm, J Gaire, S Currlin, J Schouenborg, L Wallman, ...
Journal of neural engineering 14 (3), 036026, 2017
392017
A hybrid PDMS-Parylene subdural multi-electrode array
M Ochoa, P Wei, AJ Wolley, KJ Otto, B Ziaie
Biomedical microdevices 15 (3), 437-443, 2013
362013
Investigation of the material properties of alginate for the development of hydrogel repair of dura mater
EA Nunamaker, KJ Otto, DR Kipke
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 4 (1), 16-33, 2011
362011
Asymmetric versus symmetric pulses for cortical microstimulation
AS Koivuniemi, KJ Otto
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 19 (5 …, 2011
352011
Multimodal, longitudinal assessment of intracortical microstimulation
AS Koivuniemi, SJ Wilks, AJ Woolley, KJ Otto
Brain Machine Interfaces: Implications for Science, Clinical Practice and …, 2011
352011
Materials approaches for modulating neural tissue responses to implanted microelectrodes through mechanical and biochemical means
S Sommakia, HC Lee, J Gaire, KJ Otto
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 18 (6), 319-328, 2014
342014
The effect of chronic intracortical microstimulation on the electrode–tissue interface
KH Chen, JF Dammann, JL Boback, FV Tenore, KJ Otto, RA Gaunt, ...
Journal of neural engineering 11 (2), 026004, 2014
342014
Robust penetrating microelectrodes for neural interfaces realized by titanium micromachining
PT McCarthy, KJ Otto, MP Rao
Biomedical microdevices 13 (3), 503-515, 2011
342011
Thin-film silica sol–gel coatings for neural microelectrodes
AL Pierce, S Sommakia, JL Rickus, KJ Otto
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 180 (1), 106-110, 2009
342009
Proceedings of the fourth annual deep brain stimulation think tank: a review of emerging issues and technologies
W Deeb, JJ Giordano, PJ Rossi, AY Mogilner, A Gunduz, JW Judy, ...
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 10, 38, 2016
312016
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