Enabling lucid, time-resolved visualization of physiological dynamics by devising new imaging strategies and signal processing algorithms.Learn more »
Engineering implementation solutions and test methods that are critical to clinical translation of next-generation ultrasound imaging techniques.Learn more »
Honing the therapeutic dimension of ultrasound by making key discoveries on sonoporation biophysics and wave-cell interactions.Learn more »
Developing a proper account on downstream cellular behavior to boost our mechanistic understanding of therapeutic ultrasound.Learn more »
LITMUS is a vibrant research group with long-standing interest in tackling frontier problems in diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound.Our Mission and Vision
Our high-frame-rate imaging research has been featured in the RIA's latest research highlights. Go check it out!
Jason Au has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position at UW Kinesiology! Congrats! We are looking forward to work closely with Prof. Au in his new capacity.
Rebekah Maffett has been awarded an NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship to support her PhD studies. Well done and congrats!
Many thanks to UW Faculty of Engineering for selecting Alfred as the recipient of the 2019 Engineering Research Excellence Award. Our lab is grateful for the school's endorsement over our research endeavors. Thank you!
We are pleased to announce that Takuro Ishii has started his PI career as a tenure-track assistant professor at Tohoku University - an Imperial university with strong presence in ultrasonics. He is now a PI of the prestigious JSPS Leaders Program. Congrats!
Want to join our fun on designing flow phantoms? We have built walled phantoms of urethra, carotid bifurcation, and vessels with regional stiffness variations, as well as wall-less phantoms with omnidirectional flow and patient-specific geometries.
Our best practices in designing platforms to study the cellular bioeffects of LIPUS and sonoporation have now been published. Feel free to build similar platforms to study bioeffects such as ER stress, morphological repression, and cell-cycle arrest.
Ever wondered if flow instability can be visualized in flow diagnostics? Our new DUBI technique may provide an answer. It can track unstable flow at 10,000 fps. This is another imaging innovation after our previous success with VPI and CESI.
Our 2nd-gen high-frame-rate imaging platform is now ready! This software-based platform, with live imaging functionality that our 1st-gen platform didn't have, was done in collaboration with US4US in Poland. It has uniquely integrated our GPU innovations and our CESI technique.