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Costas D. Arvanitis
Assistant Professor
Molecular Science and Engineering Building, Room 4100Q
404.385.5373
Research Interests:

Costas Arvanitis’ research program is focused on biomedical acoustics and its overarching goal is the discovery and translation to the clinics of novel therapeutic interventions against human disease. Specific areas of his research include linear and nonlinear acoustics, ultrasound biophysics, microbubble dynamics (acoustic cavitation) and control, image guided therapy, (brain) cancer research, and neuroengineering.

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Latest Articles:

Georgia Tech and Emory researchers use ultrasound to develop delivery system for potent RNA drugs

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

 

 

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