Our research team reports for the first time the clinical effectiveness of a non-invasive ultrasound therapy of cardiac valves in collaboration with Cardiawave and APHP.
In an article published in front page of Science Advances, our researchers decrypt the origin of the “Korotkoff sounds”, commonly used for measuring blood pressure.
The research work recently published in Nature Nanotechnology by our team in collaboration with Institute of Vision Paris was highlighted in the french newspaper Le Monde on June 23rd 2023.
Collaborative work between Institute Physics for Medicine and Institute of Vision leads to remote and high resolution brain activation using Sonogenetics
Jean-Noël Barrot, french Minister Delegate for digital transition announced Cardiawave as one of the startups selected in French Tech Health20.
Inauguration of Physics for Medicine Institute by the french Minister of Higher Education and Research
On February 15, our new facilities were inaugurated at PariSanté Campus by the french minister of higher education and research, Sylvie Retailleau.
A major achievement for micron-scale ultrasound neuroimaging has just been published in front page of Nature Methods.
M. Tanter is the 2022 researcher selected by Caltech, USA, for its prestigious Moore Distinguished Scholar Program
M. Tanter will join the California Institute of Technology as the Gordon Moore Scholar in June 2022
Mathieu Pernot received the 2021 Innovator Prize from the region Ile-de-France for the development of a device measuring the myocardial stiffness.
Our PhD student receives the 2021 Best Student Award at the International Ultrasonics Symposium for his work on myocardial stiffness quantification.
This month’s issue of Pain journal spotlights our study of pain mechanisms through ultrafast ultrasound imaging of the spinal cord.