Epidermal electronics for noninvasive, wireless, quantitative assessment of ventricular shunt function in patients with hydrocephalus. Krishnan S, Ray T, Ayer A, Ma Y, Gutruf P, Lee K, Lee JY, Wei C, Feng X, Ng B, Abecassis ZA, Murthy M, Stankiewicz I, Freudman J, Stillman J, Kim N, Young G, Goudeseune C, Ciraldo J, Tate M, Huang Y, Potts M, Rogers J. Science Translational Medicine, 2018. 10(465).
Epidermal Electronic Systems for Measuring the Thermal Properties of Human Skin at Depths of up to Several Millimeters. Madhvapathy SR, Ma Y, Patel M, Krishnan S, Wei C, Li Y, Xu S, Feng X, Huang Y, Rogers JA. Advanced Functional Materials. 2018. 23(34) 1802083. 
Noninvasive Wireless Epidermal Sensors for Evaluation of Ventricular Shunt Function. Ayer A, Krishnan S, Ray T, Abecassis ZA, Potts MB, Rogers JA. American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. 2018.
Soft, Bio-Integrated Thermal Electronics for Neuroscience and Neurosurgery. Krishnan S, Ray T, Mickle A, Ayer A, Gutruf P, Gereau R, Rogers JA. Materials Research Society. Phoenix, AZ. 2018.
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