The team "Wave Physics for Medicine and Biology" is an Inserm/CNRS/ESPCI unit (Inserm U979) funded in January 2008 within the Langevin Institute. It brings together physicists with a strong expertise in the field of wave physics dedicated to biomedical imaging. Innovative imaging concepts are developed with scales ranging from cell (optical) to organs (Ultrasound). Their main focus is to propose new approaches for screening, diagnostic imaging and therapy from bench to bed side with a renowned know-how in clinical and technology transfer. Among others, Ultrafast ultrasound imaging, Shear Wave Elastography, fUltrasound are several of their proposed concepts.
We are currently developing innovative techniques for medical imaging and extracorporeal therapy based on the use of ultrasonic, optical or electromagnetic waves. Thias work consists in the development of unique research platforms, preclinical and clinical validations of these concepts.
|[Elastography]||[Transcranial ultrasound focalisation]||[Ultrasound Imaging and Therapy mixing]|
|Biomedical imaging with coherent light||Photoacoustic imaging||[Acoustooptic Imaging]|
|Brain functional ultrasound imaging||[Optical coherence tomography imaging]||3D nier field optical imaging|
|[Ultrasound and optical contrast agents]||[Optical probes and arrays]||[Ultrafast Ultrasound Imaging]|