Chen, J., Yang, D., Zhu, G., Zhang, R., Wang, B., Chang, Z., Dai, J., Wu, W., Rotenberg M.Y., Fang, Y. (2024). Automated and ultrasensitive point-of-care glycoprotein detection using boronate-affinity enhanced organic electrochemical transistor patch. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 116229. 2. Link

Dai J., Wang B., Chang Z., Lu X., Nie J., Ren Q., Lv Y., Rotenberg M.Y., Fang Y. (2024). Injectable Mesh‐like Conductive Hydrogel Patch for Elimination of Atrial Fibrillation. Advanced Healthcare Materials: 2303219.‏ Link

S.L. Yitzhak-David & M.Y. Rotenberg. “Emerging optoelectronic technologies for next-generation leadless bioelectronic modulation.” Cell Reports Physical Science (2023). Link

A. Prominski, J. Shi, P. Li, J. Yue, Y. Lin, J. Park, B. Tian & M.Y. Rotenberg. “Porosity-based heterojunctions enable leadless optoelectronic modulation of tissues.” Nature Materials (2022): 1-9. Link

Rotenberg, M. Y.*, E. N. Schaumann*, A. Prominski, B. Tian, Silicon Nanowires and Optical Stimulation for Investigations of Intra- and Intercellular Electrical Coupling. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), In press. Link

Fang, Y.*, Prominski, A.*, Rotenberg, M. Y.*, Meng, L.*, Ledesma, H. A.*, Lv, Y., Yue, J., Schaumann, E., Jeong, J., Yamamoto, N. & others. Micelle-enabled self-assembly of porous and monolithic carbon membranes for bioelectronic interfaces. Nat. Nanotechnol. 1–8 (2020). *-equal contribution. Link

Nair, J. Yi, D. Isheim, Rotenberg, M. Y., L. Y. Meng, F. Y. Shi, X. Q. Chen, X. Gao, A. Prominski, Y. W. Jiang, J. P. Yue, C. T. Gallagher, D. N. Seidman, B. Tian, Laser writing of nitrogen-doped silicon carbide for biological modulation. Science Advances, 2020, Link.

Rotenberg, M. Y., B. Elbaz, V. Nair, E. N. Schaumann, N. Yamamoto, N. Sarma, L. Matino, F. Santoro, B. Z. Tian, Silicon nanowires for intracellular optical interrogation with subcellular resolution. Nano Letters, 2020, 20, 1226-1232., ‏Link.

Rotenberg, M. Y., Yamamoto, N., Schaumann, E. N., Matino, L., Santoro, F., & Tian, B. (2019). Living myofibroblast–silicon composites for probing electrical coupling in cardiac systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201913651.‏ Link

* Editors’ Choice: Science Translational Medicine. (Oct 30, 2019);11(516):eaaz3722.

* Highlighted in The Chicago Maroon (Oct 20, 2019)

Parameswaran, R.*, Koehler, K.*, Rotenberg, M. Y., Burke, M. J., Kim, J., Jeong, K. Y., … & Tian, B. (2019). Optical stimulation of cardiac cells with a polymer-supported silicon nanowire matrix. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(2), 413-421.‏ Link

Rotenberg, M. Y., & Tian, B. (2018). Talking to Cells: Semiconductor Nanomaterials at the Cellular Interface. Advanced Biosystems, 2(4), 1700242.‏ Link

Rotenberg, M. Y., & Tian, B. (2017). Bioelectronic devices: Long-lived recordings. Nature Biomedical Engineering, 1(3), 0048.‏ Link

Polyak, B., Medved, M., Lazareva, N., Steele, L., Patel, T., Rai, A., Rotenberg, M.Y., Wasko, K., Kohut A.R., Sensenig, R., & Friedman, G. (2016). Magnetic nanoparticle-mediated targeting of cell therapy reduces in-stent stenosis in injured arteries. ACS nano, 10(10), 9559-9569. Link

Rotenberg, M. Y., Gabay, H., Etzion, Y., & Cohen, S. (2016). Feasibility of leadless cardiac pacing using injectable magnetic microparticles. Scientific reports, 6, 24635.‏ Link

Sapir-Lekhovitser, Y., Rotenberg, M. Y., Jopp, J., Friedman, G., Polyak, B., & Cohen, S. (2016). Magnetically actuated tissue engineered scaffold: insights into mechanism of physical stimulation. Nanoscale, 8(6), 3386-3399.‏ Link

Rotenberg, M. Y., Ruvinov, E., Armoza, A., & Cohen, S. (2012). A multi-shear perfusion bioreactor for investigating shear stress effects in endothelial cell constructs. Lab on a Chip, 12(15), 2696-2703. Link


Patent Applications

Rotenberg M. Y, Tian, B,. US Provisional Application. Title: Methods and Systems for Modulating Cellular Activation.

Rotenberg M. Y, Etzion Y, Cohen S. PCT Patent Application No.: PCT/IL2015/050019 filed: 05-Jan-2015. Title: Method and System for Heart Pacing.

Rotenberg M. Y, Cohen S. US Provisional Application No. 61/350,492 Our Ref: 27336/US10PROV. Title: Micro-Fabricated Multi-Shear Perfusion Bioreactor.