In this webinar, Dr. Mickael Tanter will present his work on functional ultrasound neuroimaging, including an overview and translation to clinical applications.
Functional ultrasound (fUS) was first introduced by Dr. Mickael Tanter in a landmark paper in 2011. Since this first publication, and as a result of technical advancements and scientific ingenuity, fUS methods have progressed rapidly and have now been used in a wide range of applications, including neuroimaging. In this webinar, Dr. Tanter will present an overview of his research on fUS, including its key features and applications, using examples from a number of neuroscience studies. He will also discuss functional ultrasound localization microscopy (fULM), and how preclinical applications of fUS can be translated to the clinic.
Key Topics Include:
- Overview of the key differentiating features of functional ultrasound in the field of neuroimaging, illustrated by neuroscience studies
- How to translate from preclinical fUS imaging to clinical applications
- Functional ultrasound localization microscopy (fULM): the how and why of functional ultrasound at a microscopic scale
- Categories: Microscopy, Neuroscience, Preclinical Imaging, Vascular Biology
- Tags: fMRI, functional ultrasound, functional ultrasound (fUS), imaging, in vivo imaging, Neuroimaging, neurovascular, neurovascular coupling, preclinical imaging, vascular function, vascular imaging
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