Faculty DirectoryJoseph T. Walsh
Vice President for Research
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Contact633 Clark Street
Crown Center North Tower 2-509
Evanston, IL 60208-1108
Email Joseph Walsh
Optical stimulation of nervous tissue; polarization based imaging; surface-enhanced raman spectroscopy (SERS) for quantification of analytes
Richter CP; Matic AI; Wells JD; Jansen ED; Walsh JT. Neural stimulation with optical radiation. Laser and Photonics Reviews. 5(1):68-80, 2011.
Izzo Matic A, Walsh J, Richter CP. Spatial extent of cochlear infrared neural stimulation determined by tone-on-light masking. J Biomedical Optics 16(11), 2011.
Richter CP, Rajguru SM, Matic AI, Moreno LE, Fishman A, Robinson AJ, Suh E, and Walsh JT, “Spread of cochlear excitation during stimulation with optical radiation: Inferior colliculus measurements,” J. Neural Eng. 8(5), 2011.
Ma K, Yuen JM, Shah NC, Walsh JT, Glucksberg MR, and Van Duyne RP. In Vivo, Transcutaneous Glucose Sensing Using Surface-Enhanced Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy: Multiple Rats, Improved Hypoglycemic Accuracy, Low Incident Power, and Continuous Monitoring for Greater Than 17 Days, Anal. Chem., 83, 2011.
Kim J, John R, Wu PJ, Martini MC, Walsh JT. In vivo characterization of human pigmented lesions by degree of linear polarization image maps using incident linearly polarized light. Lasers Surg Med. 2010 Jan;42(1):76-85, 2010.
Shah, NC, Yuen, JM, Glucksberg, MR, Walsh, JT, Van Duyne, RP: Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Glucose Analysis. In In Vivo Analytical Chemistry of Glucose, Stenken J, Cunningham D, Eds, John Wiley & Sons, Inc421-443, 2010.
Lyandres O, Van Duyne RP, Walsh JT, Glucksberg MR, Mehrotra S: Robust Optimization for Prediction Range Estimation from Noisy Raman Spectra, The Analyst, 135, 2111-2118, 2010.
Yuen JM, Shah NC, Walsh JT., Glucksberg MR, Van Duyne RP. Transcutaneous Glucose Sensing by Spatially Offset Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy in a Rat Model, Anal. Chem., 82, 8382-8385, 2010.