Our ability to understand the brain and treat neurological disorders is largely limited by the lack of tools needed to provide complete and accurate information about neural circuits. Seamlessly integrating nanoelectronic devices with the nervous system will potentially allow us to directly interact with neural circuits. Our research is focused on developing 3D, large scale, flexible nanoelectronic devices with minimized volume and merging them with neuronal systems to provide complete electrical access to neural circuits at single neuron resolution. 

We currently have two venues of research, each focusing on the study of in vivo neural circuits and in vitro neural circuits.