This prestigious distinction recognizes years of research, led by Jean-François Aubry, aiming at developingh ultrasound-based therapies
Charlotte Constans and Guillaume Maimbourg, have been awarded the Prix de la Chancellerie des Universités de Paris for their thesis on therapeutic ultrasound.
Our PhD student Baptiste Heiles has won the third Visualising Physical Acoustics Research Picture Prize of the International Ultrasound Symposium.
Our postdoc Antoine Bergel has won the Best Poster Presentation Award at the conference “Dynamics of the brain: temporal aspects of computation”
Our researchers, together with the University of Oxford and the Institut du Cerveau et la Moelle Epinière, have demonstrated the potential of focused ultrasound for therapeutic modulation of the neural activity.
Brain activation has been imaged and analyzed during complex cognitive tasks using functional ultrasound imaging. The study has just been published in Nature Communications.
Our recent work on sleep, published in Nature Communication in December 2018, has been brought into the spotlight of the journal Trends in Neurosciences.
Sciences et Avenir, a leading French journal in popular science, has visited our laboratory and the video footage has just been released.
A total of 16 Abstracts on fUS imaging technology invented by our lab Physics for Medicine Paris will be presented at SfN meeting in San Diego.
Inserm and its partners CNRS and ESPCI Paris licenced the fUS imaging technology pionneered by M. Tanter’s team to Iconeus company.