Department: Biomedical Engineering
Medical ultrasound technology development
Ultrasonic imaging is non-ionizing, real-time, cost-efficient, and portable. These unique advantages make it a prominent tool in modern medicine. My group is working to advance medical ultrasound by developing new imaging technologies and processing algorithms. We test our methods in specially designed tissue mimicking materials, ex vivo tissue preparations, and in vivo clinical studies. We are a part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. My laboratory is located on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill.
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