Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Razi-ul Haque joined Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in February 2017 as the Implantables Group Lead at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He is responsible for several programs funded by both NIH and DARPA on developing microfabricated flexible arrays for both animal and human applications. The group leverages unique microfabrication techniques and supporting infrastructure to build reliable, long-lasting neural interfaces using polymeric materials. The group produces these arrays including hermetic packaging solutions aiming for long-term implants. Goals for the research group include expanding into new modalities such as optical and chemical sensing and beyond. In the past, he worked on an intraocular implantable microsystem at a startup company in Southern California. Razi received his PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in Electrical Engineer: Circuits & Microsystems in 2011.