Flavia Vitale

2012-2015 Chemical Engineering Rice University, Houston, TX 
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McCauley MD, Vitale F, Yan JS, et al. (2019) In Vivo Restoration of Myocardial Conduction With Carbon Nanotube Fibers. Circulation. Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology. 12: e007256
Vitale F, Vercosa D, Rodriguez AV, et al. (2017) Fluidic microactuation of flexible electrodes for neural recording. Nano Letters
Lissandrello CA, Gillis WF, Shen J, et al. (2017) A micro-scale printable nanoclip for electrical stimulation and recording in small nerves. Journal of Neural Engineering. 14: 036006
Vitale F, Summerson SR, Aazhang B, et al. (2015) Neural stimulation and recording with bidirectional, soft carbon nanotube fiber microelectrodes. Acs Nano. 9: 4465-74
Pok S, Vitale F, Eichmann SL, et al. (2014) Biocompatible carbon nanotube-chitosan scaffold matching the electrical conductivity of the heart. Acs Nano. 8: 9822-32
Vitale F, Nam J, Turchetti L, et al. (2014) A multiscale, biophysical model of flow-induced red blood cell damage Aiche Journal. 60: 1509-1516
Turchetti L, Vitale F, Accoto D, et al. (2013) Analysis of a gas supply unit based on hydrogen peroxide decomposition for wearable robotic applications Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 52: 8946-8952
Di Paola L, Terrinoni AR, Vitale F. (2012) Extracorporeal membrane blood oxygenators: Effect of membrane wetting on gas transfer and device performance Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering. 7: S348-S355
Vitale F, Turchetti L, Annesini MC. (2011) Modeling of mechanical blood damage: A discussion of current approaches and alternative proposals Chemical Engineering Transactions. 24: 961-966
Turchetti L, Vitale F, Accoto D, et al. (2011) Hydrogen peroxide decomposition as a source of propellant gas for actuators in rehabilitation robotics: A feasibility study Chemical Engineering Transactions. 24: 85-90
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