A quick spotlight on some of our nerd fun lately on designing new flow phantoms.
1. Stemming from our research needs in ultrasound flow imaging, we have devised a novel spiral flow phantom to study the performance of different flow estimation techniques. Soon to appear in T-UFFC!
2. In another study, we have built a new bladder outlet obstruction model to test the feasibility of using our VPI technique in urinary flow visualization. Movie included in our UMB article!
Warm congratulations to Jason Au for his success in obtaining a prestigious CIHR Fellowship to pursue postdoctoral research with us. Well done!
Our lab plans to recruit another 2-3 new PhD students in 2018. Application deadline for Fall admission is December 22, 2017. If you are familiar with ultrasound, we could be a great home for your research training!Learn more »
Many thanks to ISTU for selecting Alfred for this milestone honor! This is definitely the best endorsement of the lab's achievements in unraveling the biophysical foundations of therapeutic ultrasound. Thank you!
Alfred is delighted to be selected as a recipient of this prestigious prize. Thank you!
A new special issue (guest edited by Alfred) has now been published in the January 2017 issue of the IEEE Transactions of Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control. Hereby disseminating the best practices of various essential research protocols in biomedical ultrasound investigations!Learn more »
In a series of journal articles, Alfred's lab has summarized their recent findings on the development of new vector flow estimation techniques and ultrasound-compatible carotid flow phantoms. The group also collaborated on the design of 3D flow estimators. Also check out Alfred's co-authored tutorial on ultrasound vector flow imaging (Part I, Part II)!Learn more »
Alfred is extremely honored to be selected for this international award. The citation for his award is "for impactful inventions in ultrasound flow imaging and key discoveries in therapeutic ultrasound biophysics".
It is a very prestigious token of recognition for Alfred's past 9 years of post-PhD research! Thank you!