IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

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Effect of Tissue Heterogeneity on the Transmembrane Potential of Type-1 Spiral Ganglion Neurons: A Simulation Study
Electric field applied by cochlear implants stimulates the intact type-1 spiral ganglion neurons (SGNs) in the Rosenthal’s canal of the human cochlea. As a result, transmembrane potential of the SGNs exceeds threshold value and fires the action potential through the... Read more
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Evaluation of Ventilation-Induced Lung Inflammation through Multiscale Simulations
   Ventilation-induced lung injury is a common problem faced by patients with respiratory problems who require mechanical ventilation (MV). This injury may lead to a greater chance of developing or exacerbating the acute respiratory distress syndrome which further complicates the therapeutic... Read more
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Electrical Stimulation of the Human Cerebral Cortex by Extracranial Muscle Activity: Effect Quantification with Intracranial EEG and FEM Simulations
Lukas D.J. Fiederer, Jacob Lahr, Johannes Vorwerk, Felix Lucka, Ad Aertsen, Carsten H. Wolters, Andreas Schulze-Bonhage, Tonio Ball, University of Freiburg, Germany, University of Münster, Germany, University of Utah, USA, University College London, England Multiple studies have shown that chewing has various effects... Read more
Special Issue: BRAIN
Development and Validation of a High Fidelity Finite Element Model of Monopolar Stimulation in the Implanted Guinea Pig Cochlea
Paul Wong, Shefin George, Phillip Tran,  Andrian Sue, Paul Carter, and Qing Li, The University of Sydney, The Bionics Institute, Cochlear Limited, Australia Electroanatomical models are a promising means for furthering our understanding of the electrophysiological response to electrical stimulation. In cochlear... Read more