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  • Kendra Albert*, Maggie Delano*, “This Whole Thing Smacks of Gender”: Algorithmic Exclusion in Bioimpedance-based Body Composition Analysis. ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT), March 2021. arXiv
  • Kendra Albert*, Maggie Delano*, Jon Penney*, Afsaneh Rigot*, Ram Shankar Siva Kumar*, Ethical Testing in the Real World: Evaluating Physical Testing of Adversarial Machine Learning. Neural Information Processing Systems Conference, Workshop on Dataset Curation and Security and Workshop on Navigating the Broader Impacts of AI Research, December 2020. arXiv
  • Maggie Delano, Band Electrodes Reduce Simulated Calf Bioimpedance Measurement Errors Due to Muscle Anisotropy. Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2020:3981-3984. doi
  • Ke Wang, Dylan Zelko, Maggie Delano, Textile band electrodes as an alternative to spot Ag/AgCl electrodes for calf bioimpedance measurements. Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express, 6(1), 2019. doi
  • Maggie Delano and Charlie Sodini, Evaluating calf bioimpedance measurements for fluid overload management in a controlled environment. Physiological Measurement, November 2018. doi
  • Maggie Delano and Charlie Sodini, Electrode Placement for Calf Bioimpedance Measurements During Hemodialysis. Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2018:5910-5913. doi
  • Maggie Delano and Charlie Sodini, A long-term wearable electrocardiogram measurement system. 2013 IEEE International Conference on Body Sensor Networks, May 2013. doi
  • Eric Winokur, Maggie Delano, Charlie Sodini, A wearable cardiac monitor for long-term data acquisition and analysis. IEEE Transactions on Bio-medical Engineering, 60(1):189–192, January 2013. doi
  • Tobias Egner, Margaret Delano and Joy Hirsch, Separate conflict-specific cognitive control mechanisms in the human brain. NeuroImage, NeuroImage, 35(2):940–948, April 2007. doi