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Nov
05

Non-invasive therapy of aortic stenosis: a successful first clinical trial

Ultrasound-based therapy of aortic stenosis has been performed for the first time in patients.

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Oct
25

Baptiste Heiles wins a Research Picture Award at IEEE IUS

Our PhD student Baptiste Heiles has won the third Visualising Physical Acoustics Research Picture Prize of the International Ultrasound Symposium.

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Sep
23

New publication in Nature Methods on 4D functional ultrasound imaging

Our results on 4D functional ultrasound imaging using matrix arrays have just been published in Nature Methods.

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Sep
13

3D ultrafast ultrasound is the most cited paper in PMB over the past 5 years

Our researchers have won the Rotblat Medal of the journal Physics in Medicine & Biology

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Sep
02

Mickael Tanter interviewed in the French magazine La Recherche

In an interview given to La Recherche, Mickael Tanter showcases functional ultrasound imaging.

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Jun
19

The New Wave of Cardiovascular Biomechanics

Our work has been highlighted in JACC Cardiovascular Imaging as a significant advance for precision cardiac imaging.

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Jun
19

Mickael Tanter featured in AXA Research Guide

In this guide, researchers share their views on how to address the health challenges associated with increased longevity.

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Jun
19

Best Poster Award at a Brain Conference organized by the FENS

Our postdoc Antoine Bergel has won the Best Poster Presentation Award at the conference “Dynamics of the brain: temporal aspects of computation”

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Apr
16

Healing neurological disorders with ultrasound

Our researchers, together with the University of Oxford and the Institut du Cerveau et la Moelle Epinière, have demonstrated the potential of focused ultrasound for therapeutic modulation of the neural activity.

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Mar
28

New publication in Nature Communications

Brain activation has been imaged and analyzed during complex cognitive tasks using functional ultrasound imaging. The study has just been published in Nature Communications.

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