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    Professor David Cosgrove (1938-2017)

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    It with with enormous sadness that we report the passing of Professor David Cosgrove. David was a pioneer in the clinical application of ultrasound and a passionate advocate of ultrasound technologies including contrast enhanced ultrasound and elastography. David was a great mentor, collaborator, colleague and friend of our group. He will be dearly missed, by us and…

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    Super Resolution Ultrasound Imaging

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    Christensen-Jeffries, Kirsten; Browning, Richard J.; Tang, Meng-Xing; Dunsby, Chris; Eckersley, Robert, In Vivo Acoustic Super-Resolution and Super-Resolved Velocity Mapping Using Microbubbles, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MEDICAL IMAGING Volume: 34   Issue: 2   Pages: 433-440   Published: FEB 2015

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    Correction of Non-Linear Propagation Artifact

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    Yesna O. Yildiz, Robert J. Eckersley, Roxy Senior, Adrian K.P. Lim, David Cosgrove, Meng-Xing Tang, Correction of Non-Linear Propagation Artifact in Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging of Carotid Arteries: Methods and in Vitro Evaluation, Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2015, Pages 1938-1947, ISSN 0301-5629, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ultrasmedbio.2015.03.014.

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    Flow velocity mapping

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    Chee Hau Leow, Eleni Bazigou, Robert J. Eckersley, Alfred C.H. Yu, Peter D. Weinberg, Meng-Xing Tang, Flow Velocity Mapping Using Contrast Enhanced High-Frame-Rate Plane Wave Ultrasound and Image Tracking: Methods and Initial in Vitro and in Vivo Evaluation, Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, Volume 41, Issue 11, November 2015, Pages 2913-2925, ISSN 0301-5629, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ultrasmedbio.2015.06.012.

Our Group

Ultrasound has been well established as a front line clinical imaging tool for diagnosis and treatment monitoring in a wide range of diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Recently the development of novel microbubble contrast agents, together with other advances such as high frame-rate imaging technique, enables imaging and quantification of tissue structure and function with unprecedented sensitivity and resolution. Such techniques offer potentials to detect  diseases and their responses to treatment at a much earlier stage and with greater accuracy.

Our group are working on the development of new imaging techniques using ultrasound and allied technologies (contrast agents, photoacoustics), together with signal processing, to better visualise and quantify blood flow, perfusion, molecular targets and tissue elasticity properties, and their clinical applications in the diagnosis and treatment  of cardiovascular diseases, cancer and neurological conditions.