Neurology Today. Skin-Worn Sensor Shows Promise for Noninvasive Detection of Shunt Malfunction in Patients with Hydrocephalus. Dan Hurley. Neurology Today: December 20, 2018. Volume 18; Issue 24, pages 14–15.
Healthcare Weekly. This major Illinois university developed a sensor that could help millions. Andreea Ciulac. November 7, 2018.
Reuters. Experimental skin sensor may warn of brain fluid problems. Linda Carroll. November 5, 2018.
Medgadget. Non-invasive monitor for hydrocephalus shunt malfunctions. November 5, 2018.
Sanvada. New skin sensor to finally improve life for hydrocephalus patients. Salto Rodger. November 3, 2018.
Becker's Spine Review. How a skin sensor spot checks hydrocephalus, evolves healthcare technology. Harrison Cook. November 2, 2018.
WTTW. Noninvasive wearable device monitors brain shunt performance. Kristen Thometz. November 2, 2018.
Science Daily. 'Game changing' skin sensor could improve life for a million hydrocephalus patients. October 31, 2018.
Northwestern Now. Skin sensor could improve life for a million hydrocephalus patients. Kristin Samuelson. October 31, 2018.
The Webster Journal. Electronic tattoos eliminate invasive procedures. Kristen Farrah. October 31, 2018.
Northwestern McGaw Trainee Accomplishments. Amit Ayer chosen as top 4 finalist for Congress of Neurological Surgeons' 2018 Innovator of the Year. August 22, 2018.
North By Northwestern. Student-founded startups compete in annual VentureCat contest. Jasper Gilley. May 23, 2018.