The Bioelectronics Laboratory is headed by Prof. Timir Datta-Chaudhuri. The lab is the only purely engineering lab at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research. The lab is staffed by career engineers from different disciplines along with research interns and rotating students from our graduate school, the Hosftra school of medicine, and collaborating institutions.

Timir Datta-Chaudhuri, PhD

Assistant Professor - Principle Investigator

Institute for Bioelectronic MedicineFeinstein Institute for Medical ResearchElmezzi Graduate SchoolZucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell


Feinstein Institute

Timir Datta's interests are in the areas of neural interfaces, closed-loop neuromodulation, implantable devices. His group focuses on electronics design utilizing both off the shelf devices and custom integrated circuits. They also develop polymer-based encapsulation for implantable devices, novel neural interfaces, and miniaturized wireless power systems.

Lab Members

Jose Mathew, BS

Engineering Associate


Jose Mathew is an electrical engineer and came to the lab with a background in embedded systems for industrial automation and testing. At the Bioelectronics Laboratory he is working on developing miniaturized wireless power systems for implantable devices, and is also designing new therapies for accelerated healing using pulsed electromagnetic fields.

Jason Wong, MS

Research Associate


Jason Wong has an engineering background with focus on mechanical and biomedical engineering. He came to the Bioelectronics Laboratory with experience in regulatory validation and prototype design and testing. He currently specializes in developing polymer-based encapsulation techniques for chronically implantable neuromodulation devices, and designs and test new methods for fabrication of optical and electrical neural interfaces.

Jason Wright, MS

Electrical Engineer


Jason Wright is an electrical engineer who joined the lab with experience in developing medical devices for a startup, prior to that he worked at the New Devices Group within Intel. At the Bioelectronics Laboratory he is developing novel miniaturized closed-loop neuromodulation devices capable of sensing both physiological and neural signals and providing responsive and adaptive stimulation.

Ashish Upadhyay, BS

Research Intern


Ashish Upadhyay is an electrical engineering student at NYU. He is currently pursuing his masters degree. He has joined the Bioelectronics Laboratory for the summer of 2019 to work on wireless power technology for implantable medical devices.

Prior Lab Members

Bin Fan, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Ryan Baumgaertner, BS

Visiting Scholar

Christiana Oh, BS

Visiting Scholar

Vaneet Singh, PhD

Electrical Engineer