- Dr. Palmeri conducted an AIUM Webinar on "System-Dependent Factors Influencing Shear Wave Speed Measurements for Liver Fibrosis Characterization" that you can freely view online.
- Congratulations to Adam, Yufeng, Sam, Mark, and Ned! They have each had an abstract accepted for presentation at IEEE IUS this Fall in Tours, France.
- Mark gave an invited talk titled "Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse and Shear Wave Imaging for Improved Tumor Detection " at Chris de Korte's MUSIC inaugural lecture at Radboundumc in Nijmegen, Netherlands.
- Congratulations to our graduating seniors Tyler Glass and Ningrui Li! This fall Tyler will begin medical school at UNC Chapel Hill and Ningrui will begin his PhD in Electrical Engineering at Stanford!
- Mark was promoted to Associate Research Professor
- Mark attended the QIBA Annual Meeting where the first draft of the QIBA US SWS profile is taking shape (http://qibawiki.rsna.org/index.php/Ultrasound_SWS_Biomarker_Ctte).
- Congratulations to Ningrui and Tyler who presented the culmination of the Pratt Fellows work last week in 3D VTK prostate data visualization!
- "Derivation and analysis of viscoelastic properties in human liver: impact of frequency on fibrosis and steatosis staging" was recognized as a Highly Cited Article in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control (http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TUFFC.2014.006653).
- "Identifying Clinically Significant Prostate Cancers using 3-D in Vivo Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse Imaging with Whole-Mount Histology Validation" is Open Access avaiable the Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ultrasmedbio.2016.01.004).
- Sam's manuscript "Evaluating the Improvement in Shear Wave Speed Image Quality using Multi-Dimensional Directional Filters in the Presence of Reflection Artifacts" was accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control
- Mark and Kathy presented at AIUM:
- Kathy gave an invited talk on elevated MI and a clinical summary of our research in ARFI imaging of the prostate.
- Mark gave a talk on ARFI/SWEI in skin as well as an invited talk on research elastography.
- Our lab will be featured in the Co-Lab “Innovators” YouTube video series
- Some examples, are on their YouTube channel here.
- Our lab has been awarded two grants
- NIH R01 grant award: Title: Improved ultrasound imaging using elevated acoustic output
- The goal of this project is to optimize harmonic imaging methods using elevated acoustic output, and to quantify the resulting improvement in ultrasonic imaging performance.
- DOD USAMRAA grant award notification: Early Detection of Clinically Significant Prostate Cancer using Ultrasonic Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) Imaging
- The primary goal of this work is to develop a clinic-ready 3D ARFI prostate imaging system that is specific for clinically significant prostate disease in order to facilitate real-time screening during initial prostate biopsy procedures.
- Congratulations to Yufeng on the acceptance of his paper entitled "On system dependent sources of uncertainty and bias in ultrasonic quantitative shear wave imaging," to IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control!
- Congratulations to Sam for passing her preliminary examination!
- Congratulations to Mark his paper Identifying Clinically-Significant Prostate Cancers using 3D In vivo ARFI Imaging with Whole-Mount Histology Validation was accepted to UMB.
- Also good luck to Adam who begins his internship at Siemens February 1!
- Congratulations to Yufeng for passing his prelim!
- Tyler was featured on the Kitware blog for his work in multi-modality image registration. Read about it here.
- "Derivation and analysis of viscoelastic properties in human liver: impact of frequency on fibrosis and steatosis staging" was featured as an Editor's Selection for IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control.
- Drs. Peter Hollender and Mark Palmeri have been awarded Coulter Funding to develop a low-cost liver stiffness measurement device: https://www.dtmi.duke.edu/news/duke-engineers-and-clinicians-create-medical-devices-together
- Tyler has been working with our collaborators at Kitware to perform multi-modality image registration for our in vivo prostate data. He will be featured in one of Kitware's upcoming press releases
- Congratulations Ned! His paper that developed an analytic model for shear wave propagation in viscoelastic materials in the Fourier domain was accepted for publication in JASA (http://scitation.aip.org/content/asa/journal/jasa/138/2/10.1121/1.4927492?aemail=author).