The french delegate minister of digital transformation, Jean Noel Barrot unveils CardiaWave and the 21 start-ups selected by the the French Tech Health20 program
Jean-Noël Barrot, french Minister Delegate for Digital transformation announced Cardiawave and the 20 other start-ups selected for the Health20 program launched by French Tech Health20.
Inauguration of Physics for Medicine Institute by the french Minister of Higher Education and Research
On February 15, the new lab facilities of PhysMed Paris were inaugurated at Parisante Campus by the french minister of higher education and research, Sylvie Retailleau.
Noemi Renaudin is awarded by the Fondation L’Oréal-Unesco for Women in Science
Noemi Renaudin receives a “Young Talent Award for Women in Science” for her PhD work.
Functional ultrasound microscopy: sensing the whole brain neuronal activity at the micron scale
A major achievement for micron-scale ultrasound neuroimaging has just been published in front page of Nature Methods.
Thomas Tiennot receives the jury’s Grand Prix at i-PhD contest for his project on ultrasonic treatment of drug-resistant depression
Our PhD student Thomas Tiennot was awarded at i-PhD contest.
M. Tanter is the 2022 researcher selected by Caltech, USA, for its prestigious Moore Distinguished Scholar Program
M. Tanter will join the California Institute of Technology as the Gordon Moore Scholar in June 2022
3D ultrasound microscopy of the brain on the front cover of eBioMedicine
Transcranial 3D ultrasound localization microscopy captures the whole-brain microvasculature of a mouse.
The heart microcirculation captured in 3D using ultrasound microscopy
The coronary microcirculation was imaged in the beating heart using 3D ultrafast ultrasound localization microscopy.
Art & Science: ultrasound microscopy images featured in Cell Worlds project
Our images of the human brain microvasculature are displayed in Cell Immersion exhibition (Bordeaux, France).
Inauguration of PariSanté Campus
PariSanté Campus, a French hub for digital health, has settled in new premises located in Issy-les-Moulineaux.
Mathieu Pernot awarded an Innovator Prize by the region Ile-de-France
Mathieu Pernot received the 2021 Innovator Prize from the region Ile-de-France for the development of a device measuring the myocardial stiffness.
Olivier Pedreira wins the Best Student Award at IEEE IUS 2021
Our PhD student receives the 2021 Best Student Award at the International Ultrasonics Symposium for his work on myocardial stiffness quantification.
Three cover pages for ultrasound neuroimaging
Ultrasound neuroimaging was highlighted at the front page of three journals for three consecutive months.
Mickael Tanter and Mathias Fink named finalists for the European Inventor Award 2021
The co-inventors of Shear Wave Elastography are amongst the three finalists of the “Research” category.
Ultrafast ultrasound imaging of the spinal cord in front page of Pain journal
This month’s issue of Pain journal spotlights our study of pain mechanisms through ultrafast ultrasound imaging of the spinal cord.
Functional ultrasound as a read-out for brain-machine interfaces
Our collaborative work with the teams of Prof. Shapiro and Andersen at Caltech has just been published in Neuron.
Ultrasound reveals the human brain vasculature down to the microscopic scale
The first dynamic microangiography of the human brain is published in front page of Nature Biomedical Engineering.
Functional ultrasound imaging reveals the dynamics of brain states in preterm babies
Our latest study on neonatal functional brain imaging is published in Nature Communications.
Treating aortic valve stenosis non-invasively: the first-in-man study
Results of our first-in-man study have been pusblished in Circulation.
Oscar Demeulenaere receives an award from the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging.
Our PhD student has been awarded at the online event “EACVI Best of Imaging 2020”.
French President E. Macron launches Paris Santé Campus
Our lab will play an active role in Paris Santé Campus, a large project for digital health.
How does the brain activity change during repetitive behaviours?
Our latest publication on functional ultrasound imaging has just been released in Nature Communications.
The latest news on ultrasound for neurosciences featured in The Conversation
Our ongoing research on the brain is summarized for the general audience in an article published this week.
Functional ultrasound imaging and autism
A video explaining how ultrasound can help studying autism is now online!
Hanna Bendjador awarded the 2020 French Rising Talent Prize “For Women in Science”
Hanna Bendjador has received a prize from the L’Oréal Foundation-UNESCO program For Women In Science.
Pharmaco-fUS: How Ultrasound could foster drug discovery in neuroscience
Pharmaceutical application of functional ultrasound is demonstrated in three recent publications and an awarded poster
Transcranial super-localization imaging of the adult brain in the Best Of EMIM Talks 2020
Charlie Demené was awarded for his presentation at EMIM on transcranial ULM in adult patients
Hanna Bendjador wins the Best Student Award at IEEE IUS, Las Vegas, 2020
Our PhD student awarded at the 2020 International Ultrasonics Symposium.
3D ultrafast echocardiography: full characterization of cardiac functions within a heartbeat
3D ultrafast echocardiography is in the news with a new publication and a conference highlight.
Ultrasound angiography of coronaries goes 3D
Our recent publication in Physics in Medicine and Biology reports the first implementation in 3D of ultrafast Doppler for coronary flows imaging.