"Sound Speed Estimation for Distributed Aberration Correction in Laterally Varying Media"

April 14, 2023

Congratulations to Professor Doyley, co-author of the journal article titled "Sound speed estimation for distributed aberration correction in laterally varying media." This paper describes research performed with collaborators from the UR Department of Imaging Sciences (Rehman Ali, Trevor Mitcham, Nebjosa Duric), UR Department of Biomedical Engineering (Melanie Singh), University of Texas/MD Anderson Cancer Center (Richard Bouchard) and Stanford University School of Medicine (Jeremy Dahl). The paper appears in IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging and more information can be found here.

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New MS Program in Diagnostic Imaging

March 28, 2023

An exciting new master’s degree program in diagnostic imaging will appeal to medical and engineering students. Developed by Professor Doyley and colleagues in the Department of Imaging Sciences, the MS program is offered in partnership with our Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Medical Center. The program is the only one in the country where engineering students and medical residents work and learn together, aligning imaging fundamentals from engineering with radiological applications observed in an immersive clinical environment. Learn more about the advantages this degree path offers for medical and engineering students.

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"Reverberant magnetic resonance elastographic imaging using a single mechanical driver"

February 27, 2023

Congratulations to Professor Doyley and PhD candidate Enan Kabir on the publication of the journal article titled "Reverberant magnetic resonance elastographic imaging using a single mechanical driver." Co-authors include UR ECE colleagues Professor Kevin Parker and Dr. Juvenal Ormachea (currently with Verasonics, Inc.), and University of Delaware collaborators Dr. Curtis Johnson and PhD candidate Diego Caban-Rivera.

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