The mission of the Parametric Imaging Research Laboratory (PIRL) is to develop novel imaging methods for detecting disease more quickly and for determining how well patients are responding to therapy. Current research includes:
- Monitoring the response of pancreatic cancer to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and targeted therapy.
- Determining how inflammation and cART affect the vascular integrity of individuals infected with HIV.
- Developing contrast-enhanced ultrasound imaging methods for visualizing vasculature at a high spatial resolution.
We are located on the 7th floor of the Computer Studies Building at the University of Rochester. If you are interested in collaborating with us or in joining the PIRL team, please contact Marvin Doyley at email@example.com.
In the News
- October 21, 2020
"H-scan, shear wave, and bioluminescent assessment of the progression of pancreatic cancer metastases in the liver"
- October 1, 2020
"Parallel receive beamforming improves the performance of focused transmit based single track location shear wave elastography"
- September 1, 2020
"High-resolution ex vivo elastography to characterize tumor stromal heterogeneity in situ in pancreatic adenocarcinoma"
- July 1, 2020
Doyley Named ECE Chair
- July 1, 2020
"Preclinical imaging using single track location shear wave elastography: monitoring the progression of murine pancreatic tumor liver metastasis in vivo"