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Brooks Lindsey
Assistant Professor
UAW 2107
Research Interests:

Research activities in our lab focus on the development of devices and systems for diagnostic imaging and image guidance using ultrasound and lipid-shelled imaging and therapeutic agents.  By developing novel devices to provide functional imaging within the confines of surgical procedures, emergent situations, and in post-operative follow-up, we work to ensure clean margins, increase biopsy yields, and enable early modification of ineffective treatment regimens. 



Latest Articles:

Multidisciplinary researchers uncover new ways to use ultrasound energy to image and treat hard-to-reach areas of brain



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