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Presented by Rowan Swann, Ph.D. Candidate at McMaster University.
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Presented by Marvin Xavierselvan, Ph.D. student in the integrated Biofunctional Imaging and Therapeutics Lab (iBIT) at Tufts University on January 25th, 2022.
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Presented by Alex Dhaliwal, MD/PhD, a student from the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada on October 28, 2021.
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In this work the authors develop black phosphorus magnetic microbubbles (MBBPM) for contrast enhanced ultrasound and therapeutic imaging.
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Members of the FUJIFILM VisualSonics team walk you through oncology imaging with the Vevo Imaging System and answer your questions LIVE!
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In this special Oncology issue, you can download our top publications, view our latest video presentation regarding nanoparticles and so much more!
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See renal cell carcinoma in a mouse, imaged in 3D with Color Doppler to show blood flow. 
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The authors evaluate the potential of ultrasound to detect bone metastases in a rat model of metastatic breast cancer. They develop an automated 3D methodology to determine lesion morphology and perfusion, and validate these measurements with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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Here the authors report on the synthesis, characterization, and potential utility of ultra-small NaYF4:Nd3+/NaGdF4 nanocrystals coated with manganese dioxide (usNP-MnO2) for spatiotemporal modulation of hypoxia in head and neck squamous cell carcinomas.
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In this recent study by Bachawal et al., authors used the multimodal imaging capabilities of the Vevo imaging system to evaluate the aggressiveness of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) through B7-H3 targeted ultrasound and photoacoustic molecular imaging.
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Presented by Jonathan Lavaud, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher at Optimal Institute for Advanced Bioscience, Grenoble, France.
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Presented by Jesse V. Jokerst, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of NanoEngineering, University of California, San Diego.
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This recent article by Lavaud et al. uses high-frequency ultrasound and spectroscopic photoacoustic imaging (PAI), along with commercially available contrast agents to non-invasively examine metastatic liver lesions.
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A conversation with Dr Florian Raes. He shares the development of an all-in-one multimodal imaging platform combining the Vevo LAZR’s ultrasound and photoacoustic capabilities with bioluminescence and near-infrared fluorescence.
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Presented by Eno Hysi of Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada
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In this study, Ramasawmy et al.1 sought to compare 9 Tesla (T) MRI, Benchtop (1T) MRI, Vevo US and BLI in the ability to monitor and detect tumor growth in a xenograft colorectal metastasis model in the mouse liver.
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In this issue: Greg Nesbitt on the Importance of Connecting Face-to-Face, Introducing the Learning Hub and so much more!
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Kidney tumor in the mouse. Imaged in 3D with the tumor traced in blue (left) and imaged with Color Doppler in 3D showing vasculature (right).

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In this talk, recorded during the Innovation in Imaging Summit 2018 in Toronto, researcher Danielle Charron shares her lab's approach to creating photoacoustic nanoparticles. She highlights how a lot of the work they do in fluorescent imaging can also be done using photoacoustics as well.
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Presented by Diego Dumani, PhD student, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University
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This study by Greco et al. highlights the benefits of using Ultra High Frequency Ultrasound-guided injection versus surgery to generate an orthotopic mouse model of thyroid cancer.
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