An in-depth review and discussion on the value of imaging the mouse right ventricle and lungs using high-frequency ultrasound for models of cardiopulmonary physiology and associated diseases.

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In this webinar, Allison Rodgers will discuss imaging the mouse right ventricle and lungs using high frequency ultrasound. The high resolution offered by VisualSonics technology lends itself to be the perfect solution for these advanced imaging needs. She will share expert advice that will be beneficial for anyone interested in imaging the cardiopulmonary system.

Key Topics Include:

  • Value of evaluating the right heart
  • Acquiring & analyzing right ventricular images using high-frequency ultrasound
  • Imaging tips and tricks
  • Technique for basic pulmonary imaging

Who Should Attend?

Researchers and basic scientists at any level who study cardiopulmonary disease or who are interested in right heart and lung imaging.

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Associate Researcher
Cardiovascular Physiology and Surgery Core Facility
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Allison Rodgers completed her BA at Roger Williams University in 2012 in Marine Biology. She then began her career in animal husbandry working with, and training, exotic species including cetaceans and pinnipeds. Her work at the Cardiovascular Research Core Lab facility primarily focuses on providing researchers with non-invasive imaging. Rodgers is also instrumental in project management and logistics, large animal surgery and data analysis/manipulation.

Webinar Host

FUJIFILM VisualSonics Inc.

FUJIFILM VisualSonics designs and manufactures ultra high frequency in vivo imaging systems, for both research and clinical use. our ultrasound platform provides images at resolutions that far exceed any other system available on the market. Beyond ultrasound, we have also developed a unique photoacoustic technology to expand on the capabilities of our imaging solutions.

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