Nicholas C. Sinclair

Nicholas C. Sinclair graduated with first class honours in BE (electrical/electronic) and BSc (medical biophysics and instrumentation) from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, in 2005. He is currently a Research Engineer at the Bionics Institute, Melbourne, Australia, where he is part of a multi-disciplinary team developing a bionic eye. His work has focused on the development of systems for performing visual psychophysics with bionic eye devices. He has also been responsible for performing psychophysics experiments with retinal prosthesis implantees. Prior to joining the Bionics Institute, he worked for Cortical Dynamics Ltd, developing a depth of anesthesia monitor.

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JTEHM, Articles, Published Articles
neuroBi: A Highly Configurable Neurostimulator for a Retinal Prosthesis and Other Applications
This paper presents an innovative neurostimulator for use with a suprachoroidal retinal prosthesis. Clinical test results are described which show it to be effective in eliciting visual percepts in a profoundly vision-impaired subject with approximately 20 years of light perception... Read more