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Pinton Lab

July 17, 2019

Our lab is interested in the nonlinear propagation of ultrasound and mechanical waves and their applications to medical imaging and therapy. Our research has been motivated by the observation that for intense sources the speed of wave propagation is no … Read more

Legant Lab

July 17, 2019

Life is animate and three-dimensional. Our lab develops tools to better understand living specimens at single molecule, cellular and tissue level length scales. This work exists at the interface of physics, engineering and biology and is highly collaborative. The lab … Read more

Greenbaum Lab

July 17, 2019

The Greenbaum Lab is an emerging advanced bio-imaging and computational lab. We are a multidisciplinary lab that focuses on the development of complex imaging devices and algorithms to advance 3D profiling of intact organs to answer biological questions regarding aging … Read more

Gallippi Lab

July 9, 2019

Ultrasonic imaging is non-ionizing, real-time, cost-efficient, and portable. These unique advantages make it a prominent tool in modern medicine. Our group is working to advance medical ultrasound by developing new imaging technologies and processing algorithms. We test our methods in specially designed tissue mimicking materials, ex vivo tissue preparations, and in vivo studies.

Dayton Lab

July 9, 2019

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Biomedical Imaging

August 18, 2016

The Joint department of Biomedical Engineering has a wealth of ongoing research in the field of Biomedical Imaging. Part of the driving force behind this research area is the Biomedical Research Imaging Center (BRIC) on the UNC campus, which partners closely with the Biomedical Engineering department. The BRIC, established in 2005 and located in the brand new (2014) Marsico Hall building, serves as a backbone for pre-clinical and clinical imaging research, and includes a some of the most state-of-the art biomedical imaging facilities in the world.