In October 2019, the Gallippi Lab will travel to Glasgow, Scotland to present work at the IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium. Ten presentations will be given by lab members, including three oral presentations and seven posters. Additionally, our collaboration work with the Micro/Nano Engineering Lab at NCSU will be also exhibited as an oral presentation. The titles and locations of each are listed below. For a full schedule of events, visit the IUS symposium website.

Oral Presentations

11:45 AM – Monday, October 7 – Session TPM: Piezoelectrics for New Transducers, Room: Alsh.
Wu, et al, A row-column array for tissue anisotropy estimation using acoustic radiation force induced displacements. (Collaboration with MNEL)

10:45 AM – Tuesday, October 8 – Session MEL: Other Elastography Applications, Room: Hall 1.
Moore, et al, Imaging Viscoelasticity of Control and Dystrophic Vastus Lateralis using Quantitative Viscoelastic Response (QVisR) Imaging.

4:45 PM – Wednesday, October 9 – Session MEL: Vascular Elastography, Room: M2/M3/M4.
Torres, et al, Blind source separation-based tracking of ARFI-induced displacements for improved automatic delineation of carotid plaque components in humans, in vivo.

5:15 PM – Wednesday, October 9 – Session MIM: Functional Imaging II, Room: M1.
Moore, et al, Texture in Quantitative Viscoelastic Response (QVisR) images reflects compositional differences in control versus dystrophic muscle, in vivo.

Poster presentations

9:30 AM – Monday, October 7 – Session MEL-P: Elastography Development and Evaluation, Room: Hall 2.
Hossain, et al, VisR, SWEI, and SDUV Ultrasound Detect Mechanical Anisotropy Changes with Fibrosis in Pig Kidneys, in vivo.

9:30 AM – Tuesday, October 8 – Session MEL-P: Clinical Elastography, Room: Hall 2.
Torres, et al, Viscoelastic Response (VisR)-Derived Mechanical Anisotropy for Differentiating Malignant from Benign Breast Lesions in Women, in vivo.

9:30 AM – Monday, October 7 – Session MEL-P: Elastography Development and Evaluation, Room: Hall 2.
Yokoyama, et al, Double-Profile Intersection (DoPIo) Elastography: A New Approach to Quantifying Tissue Elasticity

9:30 AM – Tuesday, October 8 – Session MEL-P: Elastography Analysis, Room: Hall 2.
Hossain, et al, Improvement of Contrast-To-Noise Ratio (CNR) of Inclusion for Low-Power Acoustic Radiation Force (ARF) Elasticity Imaging Using 3-D Kernel Blind-Source Separation (BSS) based Displacement.

9:30 AM – Tuesday, October 8 – Session MEL-P: Clinical Elastography, Room: Hall 2.
Hossain, et al, Variability by Operator, Donor Type, Sex, Race, and BMI in In Vivo Viscoelastic Response (VisR) Ultrasound Mechanical Anisotropy Measures in Healthy Kidney Allografts, in vivo.

9:30 AM – Wednesday, October 9 – Session MEL-P: Elastography Acquisition Advances, Room: Hall 2.
Anand, et al, On the Potential for High Framerate Variance of Acceleration Imaging.

9:30 AM – Wednesday, October 9 – Session MBF-P: Numerical/Experimental Methods for Flow Imaging, Room: Hall 2. Varadarajan, et al, Non-Contrast Perfusion Detection with ARFI Variance of Acceleration (VoA) Imaging: Phantom and in vivo Results.

We would also like to congratulate Gabriela for being selected as one of the finalists in the Student Paper Competition! Her undergraduate work at PUCP, in collaboration with Mayo Clinic, entitled “In vivo assessment of interstitial fibrosis and tubular atrophy (IFTA) and inflammation in renal allografts using multi-wave quantitative ultrasound” will be on display for all three days of the conference.

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