Grant McCallum

Research Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Neural Engineering Center
Case School of Engineering

Grant A. McCallum received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2011.  Prior to graduate studies, he worked for a total of nine years at Texas Instruments and nVidia Corporation as a Senior ASIC Design Engineer creating broadband access integrated circuits and graphics processors. His general research interests include the development of peripheral nerve interfaces, low-noise neural recording systems, and implantable biotelemetry devices.


  • Marmerstein, J.T., McCallum, G.A. & Durand, D.M. Direct measurement of vagal tone in rats does not show correlation to HRV. Sci Rep 11, 1210 (2021).
  • McCallum, G.A., Shiralkar, J., Suciu, D. et al. Chronic neural activity recorded within breast tumors. Sci Rep 10, 14824 (2020).
  • McCallum, G.A., Sui, X., Qiu, C. et al. Chronic interfacing with the autonomic nervous system using carbon nanotube (CNT) yarn electrodes. Sci Rep 7, 11723 (2017).

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