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Vevo Travel Awards

FUJIFILM VisualSonics is proud to continue supporting your research advancement through the Vevo Travel Awards (VTA) Program. This award is valued at $1000 (USD) to support travel and presentation of your original research at a conference that can advance your career. Awards are designated towards specific fields of research (as outlined below) but can be for presentation at any accredited conference/meeting.




For Eligibility, please click here


  Competition   Track

 Application Deadline

Results  Announcement

Travel  Period


Mar 6th, 2017

Mar 10th, 2017

Mar 15th - Aug 1st, 2017


Mar 6th, 2017

Mar 10th, 2017

Mar 15th - Sept 1st, 2017


Apr 3rd, 2017

Apr 7th, 2017

Apr 15th - Sept 1st, 2017

Molecular Imaging

Aug 14th, 2017

Aug 18th, 2017

Sept 1st,2017 - Jan 1st, 2018


Oct 16th, 2017

Oct 20th, 2017

Nov 1st,2017 - Apr 1st, 2018


Oct 7th, 2017

Oct 13th, 2017

Oct 15th,2017 - Mar 1st, 2018


+ 2016 Recipients

Cardiovascular Track:

Olga Tsoref 
Tel Aviv University, Israel 

For research on "E-selectin-targeted Novel Nano Polymers Stabilize Atherosclerotic Plaque and Improve Cardiac Remodeling" Using the Vevo® 2100.


Dr. Paola Rosas 
Texas A&M Health Science Center, Texas 

For research on "Cardiac Myosin Binding Protein-C Phosphorylation Preserves Diastolic Function in Aging Hearts" Using the Vevo® 2100.


Molecular Imaging Track:

Dr. Carolyn Bayer 
Tulane University, New Orleans USA  

For research on: "Ultrasound-guided spectral photoacoustic imaging of folate transport during prenatal development" using the Vevo LAZR


Mr. Laurie Rich 
Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, USA  

For research on: " Photoacoustic Monitoring of Tumor Response to Radiation: Prognostic Impact" using the Vevo LAZR


Vascular Track:

Dr. Tord Naessen 
Uppsala University, Sweden 

For research on: "Non-invasive high-frequency ultrasound, using intima and intima/media thickness ratio (but not cimt), correctly monitored expected beneficial vascular effects of menopausal hormone therapy" Using the Vevo® 2100.


Oncology Track:

Dr. Moran Amit 
Rambam Medical Center, The Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel 

For research on: "Paracrine interactions between Schwann cells and cancer cells promotes perineural invasion via L1cam secretion" Using the Vevo® 2100

Dr. Liang Lim
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network , Toronto, ON, Canada

For research on: "Clinical study and analysis of ex vivo photoacoustic imaging of endoscopic mucosal resection tissues in Barrett's Esophagus" Using the Vevo® LAZR



+ 2015 Recipients

Cancer Track:

Dr. Paul Wood, Pediatric Oncology, Peter MacCallum Cancer Center, Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Giuseppe Ferrauto, Molecular Biotechnologies and Health Sciences and Molecular Imaging, University of Torino, Torino, Italy

Dr. Matthew Lowerison, Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.


Molecular Imaging Track

Dr. Peng Huang, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health

Elizabeth Concannon, Galway University Hospital, Ireland

- awarded at the VisualSonics Scientific Social at the 2015 World Molecular Imaging Conference in Hawaii



+ 2014 Recipients

Cancer Track:

Dr. Florien Raes, CIPA, CNRS, Orléans, France.

Dr. Jonathan May, Ontario Institute of Cancer Research, Canada


Molecular Imaging Track:

Dr. X. Wang, Baker IDI and MONASH University, Australia

Dr. A. D'Hollander, IMEC, Belgium

Dr. J.V. Jokerst,Standford University, United States


Cardiology Track:

Dr. X.Wang, UCSF, California, United States

Dr. B. Kojonazarov, University of Giessen, Germany




2014 Vevo Abstract

2015 Vevo Abstract