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Imaging Innovations

Enabling lucid, time-resolved visualization of physiological dynamics by devising new imaging strategies and signal processing algorithms.

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Investigative Tool Design

Engineering implementation solutions and test methods that are critical to clinical translation of next-generation ultrasound imaging techniques.

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Discoveries in Ultrasound Biophysics

Honing the therapeutic dimension of ultrasound by making key discoveries on sonoporation biophysics and wave-cell interactions.

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Cellular Bioeffect Investigations

Developing a proper account on downstream cellular behavior to boost our mechanistic understanding of therapeutic ultrasound.

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LITMUS is a vibrant research group with long-standing interest in tackling frontier problems in diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound.

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ASA Best Student Paper Award

May 2019

At the 2019 Acoustical Society of America Spring Meeting held in Louisville, Billy Yiu has won 1st place in the Biomedical Acoustics Best Student Paper Competition. What an excellent achievement! Congrats and well done!

Call for new graduate students

May 2019

If you wish to engage in the next generation of innovations in ultrasonics, we could be a great home for your research training! Application deadline for Spring 2020 admission is October 1, 2019.

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Mar 2019

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.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

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Deformable phantoms of the prostatic urinary tract for urodynamic investigations

Medical Physics, 2019; in-press.

Live ultrasound color encoded speckle imaging platform for real-time complex flow visualization in vivo

IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 66(4), 656-669, 2019.

High frame rate Doppler ultrasound bandwidth imaging for flow instability mapping

Medical Physics, 46(4), 1620-1633, 2019.

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