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  • J. Rogers, G. Malliaras, and T. Someya, “Biomedical devices go wild”, Sci. Adv. 4, eaav1889 (2018).
  • E. Bihar, T. Roberts, Y. Zhang, E. Ismailova, T. Hervé, G.G. Malliaras, J.B. De Graaf, S. Inal, and M. Saadaoui, “Fully printed all-polymer tattoo/textile electronics for electromyography”, Flex. Print. Electron. 3, 034004 (2018).
  • J. Pas, A.L. Rutz, P.P. Quilichini, A. Slézia, A. Ghestem, A. Kaszas, M.J. Donahue, V.F. Curto, R.P. O’Connor, C. Bernard, A. Williamson, and G.G. Malliaras, “A bilayered PVA/PLGA-bioresorbable shuttle to improve the implantation of flexible neural probes”, J. Neural Eng. 15, 065001 (2018).
  • C.M. Proctor, A. Slézia, A. Kaszas, A. Ghestem, I. del Agua, A.-M. Pappa, C. Bernard, A. Williamson, and G.G. Malliaras, “Electrophoretic drug delivery for seizure control”, Sci. Adv. 4, eaau1291 (2018).
  • Y. van der Burgt, A. Melianas, S.T. Keene, G.G. Malliaras, and A. Salleo, “Organic electronics for neuromorphic computing”, Nature Electron. 1, 386 (2018).
  • I. Del Agua, S. Marina, C. Pitsalidis, D. Mantione, M. Ferro, D. Iandolo, A. Sanchez-Sanchez, G.G. Malliaras, R.M. Owens, and D. Mecerreyes, “Conducting polymer scaffolds based on poly(3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene) and xanthan gum for live-cell monitoring”, ACS Omega 3, 7424 (2018).
  • S. Inal, J. Rivnay, A.O. Suiu, G.G. Malliaras, and I. McCulloch, “Conjugated polymers in bioelectronics”, Acc. Chem. Res. 51, 1368 (2018).
  • A. Giovannitti, I.P. Maria, D. Hanifi, M.J. Donahue, D. Bryant, K.J. Barth, B.E. Makdah, A. Savva, D. Moia, M. Zetek, P.R.F. Barnes, O.G. Reid, S. Inal, G. Rumbles, G.G. Malliaras, J. Nelson, J. Rivnay, and I. McCulloch, “The Role of the Side Chain on the Performance of N-type Conjugated Polymers in Aqueous Electrolytes”, Chem. Mater. 30, 2945 (2018).
  • D.A. Koutsouras, G.G. Malliaras, and P. Gkoupidenis, “Emulating homeoplasticity phenomena with organic electrochemical devices”, MRS Comm.8, 493 (2018).
  • M. ElMahmoudy, V.F. Curto, M. Ferro, A. Hama, G.G. Malliaras, R.P. O'Connor, and S. Sanaur, “Electrically controlled cellular migration on a periodically micropatterned PEDOT: PSS conducting polymer platform”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., in press (2018).
  • I. Del Agua, L. Porcarelli, V.F. Curto, A. Sanchez-Sanchez, E. Ismailova, G.G. Malliaras, and D. Mecerreyes, “A Na+ conducting hydrogel for protection of organic electrochemical transistors”, J. Mater. Chem. B 6, 2901 (2018).
  • J. Rivnay, S. Inal, A. Salleo, R.M. Owens, M. Berggren, and G.G. Malliaras, “Organic electrochemical transistors”, Nature Reviews Materials 3, 17086 (2018).
  • S. Rezaei‐Mazinani, A.I. Ivanov, C.P. Proctor, P. Gkoupidenis, C. Bernard, G.G. Malliaras, and E. Ismailova, “Monitoring Intrinsic Optical Signals in Brain Tissue with Organic Photodetectors”, Adv. Mater. Technol. 3, 1700333 (2018).
  • B. Kolodziejczyk, C.H. Ng, X. Strakosas, G. G. Malliaras, and B. Winther-Jensen, “Light sensors and opto-logic gates based on organic electrochemical transistors”, Materials Horizons 5, 93 (2018).
  • A. Giovannitti, K.J. Thorley, C.B. Nielsen, J. Li, M.J. Donahue, G.G. Malliaras, J. Rivnay, and I. McCulloch, “Redox‐Stability of Alkoxy‐BDT Copolymers and their Use for Organic Bioelectronic Devices”, Adv. Funct. Mater. 28, 1706325 (2018).
  • M. ElMahmoudy, A.M. Charrier, G.G. Malliaras, and S. Sanaur, “Facile Nanopatterning of PEDOT:PSS Thin Films”, Adv. Mater. Technol. 3, 1700344 (2018).
  • Duc, G.G. Malliaras, V. Senez, and A. Vlandas, “Long-term ageing of PEDOT:PSS: wettability study”, Synth. Metals 238, 14 (2018).
  • I. del Agua, D. Mantione, U. Ismailov, A. Sanchez‐Sanchez, N. Aramburu, G.G. Malliaras, D. Mecerreyes, and E. Ismailova, “DVS‐Crosslinked PEDOT:PSS Free‐Standing and Textile Electrodes toward Wearable Health Monitoring”, Adv. Mater. Technol., in press (2018).


  • J. Pas, C. Pitsalidis, D.A. Koutsouras, P.P. Quilichini, F. Santoro, B. Cui, L. Gallais, R.P. O'Connor, G.G. Malliaras, and R.M. Owens, "Neurospheres on Patterned PEDOT:PSS Microelectrode Arrays Enhance Electrophysiology Recordings", Adv. Biosyst. 2, 1700164 (2017).