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Advanced Biomedical Ultrasound Imaging and Therapy

Researchers: Jahan Tavakkoli, Michael Kolios

The “Advanced Biomedical Ultrasound Imaging and Therapy Laboratory” was established in 2007 through investments from the Canada Foundation for Innovation Leading Edge Fund (grant #11525) and a strategic investment by Ryerson University that was leveraged by an Ontario Research Fund-Research Excellence (ORF-RE) grant (grant #RE02-032) from the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation). The laboratory hosts an array of state-of-the-art biomedical ultrasound research and development resources to be used for various advanced research projects. Research projects span a range of topics in both therapeutic and diagnostic ultrasound. For more information, visit our facility page.


HIFU transducers and systems
Histotripsy transducers and systems
High-end ultrasound imaging systems (scanners)
Micro-positioning systems for acoustic field measurements
Calibrated ultrasound hydrophones (standard and HIFU)
Acoustic power meters (standard and HIFU)
RF power amplifiers
Digital oscilloscopes and impedance meters
Water conditioner system (degasser and deionizer)
Thermocouple-based thermometry system
Nerve electrophysiology system
Ultrasound simulation software packages

Research Area: 
Medical Imaging and Treatment Modalities