We were excited to participate in the UltrasoNC Retreat at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and meet and share research with colleagues in ultrasound at NC State, UNC and local ultrasound companies!
We are excited to announce that the Nightingale Lab will be presenting 10 abstracts at IEEE IUS 2019. Congratulations to Dr. Rouze, Felix, Ouwen, Cody, Bofeng, Anna, Courtney and Derek for successful submissions. Please come check out our posters and presentations in Glasgow!
Congratulations on successful presenentations at UITC 2019 by Derek Chan, Cody Morris, Ned Rouze, and Felix Jin! Please check out their abstracts here.
Additionally, the group shear wave speed paper by Dr. Rouze et al. was included on the June 2019 edition of the T-UFFC Editor's Selection of Articles! Check it out here and congratulations to Dr. Rouze and team!
Duke BME Magazine profiled lab alumni Dr. Veronica Rotemberg on her experience in the Duke MD-PhD Program with Dr. Nightingale and Dr. Palmeri as advisors along the way. Check it out here!
Also, we wish the best of luck to our PhD student Anna Knight who will be doing an internship at Siemens in Issaquah, Washington this summer!
Dr. Nightingale will be presenting two invited talks at AIUM Annual Meeting, one on Prostate Elastography on April 8 2019, and one on Quantitative Analysis of Image Quality Using Increased Acoustic Output in Shear Wave and Harmonic Imaging on April 9 2019. If you are at AIUM be sure to check it out!
Congratulations to Cody Morris for winning best poster overall at the Duke MITP Imaging Fair!
Also congratulations to our high school researcher, XT who presented her final project poster at the fair!
Congratulations to Derek Chan who will be serving as the Ultrasonics Student Representative for the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society for the next two years!
Welcome to the lab Sylvia Cai! Sylvia is a first year masters student in BME at Duke who just finished her BS in Bioengineering at Rice. We are excited to have her join our group.
Congratulations to Derek Chan, whose abstract Prostate Shear Wave Elastography: Multiresolution Reconstruction Dependence on Push Beam Spacing has been named as one of the Student Paper Competition Finalists at IEEE IUS 2018!
Congrats to Cody Morris, Bofeng Zhang, and Derek Chan (as well as recent lab graduate Samantha Lipman) who all presented work at IEEE IUS 2018 in Kobe Japan.
Additionally, check out a profile of Dr. Palmeri's design project initiatives in Duke BME magazine Fall 2018: here
Welcome to David Soriano who will be working with us as a research assistant for the next year!