John Paul Frampton
biology   -   tissue engineering, neuroscience
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Degree Ph.D.
Occupation post-doc
Current institution University of Michigan
Address John Paul Frampton
332 E William Street 310
48104 Ann Arbor
United States
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Personal informations

name John Paul Frampton
born 1984-07-01
birthplace Highland, NY
citizenship USA
interests Science & Engineering, Outdoor Adventures, Soccer, Cooking


2004-2009 University at Albany
Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences, Neuroscience
2002-2004 University at Albany
B.S. Biology


2010 Ann Arbor, MI
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
2009-2010 Ann Arbor, MI
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Dept. of Biologic and Materials Science
2004-2009 Albany, NY
Graduate Research Assistant, Wadsworth Center, Laboratory of Nervous System Disorders


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2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 |

1.  Effects of glial cells on electrode impedance recorded from neuralprosthetic devices in vitro.
   Frampton JP, Hynd MR, Shuler ML, Shain W.
   Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 38(3):1031-47.    
2.  An in vitro system for modeling brain reactive responses and changes in neuroprosthetic device impedance.
   Frampton JP, Hynd MR, Vargun A, Roysam B, Shain W.
   Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2009:7155-8.    
3.  Biomedical Technologies for in vitro Screening and Controlled Delivery of Neuroactive Compounds.
   Frampton JP, Shuler ML, Shain W, Hynd MR.
   Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry. 8(3):203-219.    
4.  Three-dimensional hydrogel cultures for modeling changes in tissue impedance around microfabricated neural probes.
   Frampton JP, Hynd MR, Williams JC, Shuler ML, Shain W.
   Journal of Neural Engineering. 4(4):399-409.    
5.  Directed cell growth on protein-functionalized hydrogel surfaces.
   Hynd MR, Frampton JP, Dowell-Mesfin N, Turner JN, Shain W.
   Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 162(1-2):255-63.    
6.  Functionalized hydrogel surfaces for the patterning of multiple biomolecules.
   Hynd MR, Frampton JP, Burnham MR, Martin DL, Dowell-Mesfin NM, Turner JN, Shain W.
   Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A. 81(2):347-54.