Giles S. Brindley

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Giles Brindley"

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Roger HS Carpenter grad student (Neurotree)
Anthony Gardner-Medwin grad student
John Gordon Ralph Jefferys grad student
David Marr grad student 1966-1973 Cambridge (Neurotree)
Duco Hamasaki post-doc Cambridge (Neurotree)


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Horace Barlow collaborator Cambridge
P A. Merton collaborator Cambridge (Neurotree)
William AH Rushton collaborator Cambridge
Gerald Westheimer collaborator UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
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Adeniyi AA, Brindley GS, Pryor JP, et al. (2007) Yohimbine in the treatment of orgasmic dysfunction. Asian Journal of Andrology. 9: 403-7
Ralph DJ, Pescatori ES, Brindley GS, et al. (2001) Intracavernosal phenylephrine for recurrent priapism: self-administration by drug delivery implant. The Journal of Urology. 165: 1632
Ralph DJ, Brindley G, Pryor JP. (1998) Penile drug-delivery implants; a long-term follow-up British Journal of Urology. 81: 8
Brindley GS. (1996) Intrapenile drug delivery systems. International Journal of Std & Aids. 7: 13-5
Brindley GS. (1995) The first 500 sacral anterior root stimulators: implant failures and their repair. Paraplegia. 33: 5-9
Brindley GS. (1995) Neuroprostheses used to restore male sexual or reproductive function. BaillièRe's Clinical Neurology. 4: 15-20
Brindley GS. (1995) The sacral anterior root stimulator as a means of managing the bladder in patients with spinal cord lesions. BaillièRe's Clinical Neurology. 4: 1-13
Brindley GS, Rushton DN. (1995) Neuroprostheses: Preface Bailliere's Clinical Neurology. 4: ix-xi
Koldewijn EL, Van Kerrebroeck PE, Schaafsma E, et al. (1994) Bladder pressure sensors in an animal model. The Journal of Urology. 151: 1379-84
Perkins TA, Brindley GS, Donaldson ND, et al. (1994) Implant provision of key, pinch and power grips in a C6 tetraplegic. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing. 32: 367-72
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