For the past three years at Galvani Bioelectronics and GSK Bioelectonics division, Victor Pikov has led the Research Platforms function tasked with development of wirelessly-powered implantable devices and cuff electrodes to enable preclinical and clinical research on nerve stimulation, blocking, and recording by our internal team and a large network of our academic partners.

Prior to Galvani Bioelectronics, while at the Huntington Medical Research Institutes, he evaluated PNS and CNS neural interfaces in various models of chronic diseases, such as infertility, bladder paralysis, bladder spasticity/hyperreflexia, hearing and vision loss, tinnitus, obstructive sleep apnea, and obesity. His PhD work at Georgetown University was on the spinal control of bladder voiding and postdoctoral work at the California Institute of Technology was on optogenetic viral vectors for neuronal stimulation. Victor holds patent applications for non-invasive glucose measurement in the skin, neuromodulation for polycystic ovarian syndrome, and a microfluidic nerve cuff interface.