Vevo Travel Award 2016 Recipients


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.


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


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.


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