RCBU laboratories provide a rich environment for graduate training in biomedical ultrasound. Students have access to state-of-the-art research facilities to engage in leading-edge research in ultrasound. Students can pursue advanced degrees (M.S. and Ph.D.) in various departments of engineering and applied science. The UR offers graduate-level courses in biomedical ultrasound and closely related fields. RCBU laboratories also offer exciting opportunities for post-doctoral research in ultrasound and collaborations with other areas of biomedical imaging. Throughout its history, the RCBU has offered short courses in specialized topics in ultrasound that attract national and international experts.
The University of Rochester offers a wide range of advanced courses related to the field of biomedical ultrasound. More info on course offerings...
RCBU Graduate Student and Post-Doctoral Members are pursuing advanced degrees in various departmental programs.
Graduates from RCBU laboratories continue their careers in academia and industry.
- Placental heme receptor LRP1 correlates with the heme exporter FLVCR1 and neonatal iron status. Reproduction. 148, 295-302. (2014 Sep 01).
- A microchannel flow model for soft tissue elasticity. Phys Med Biol. 59, 4443-4457. (2014 Jul 22).
- Highly permeable silicon membranes for shear free chemotaxis and rapid cell labeling. Lab Chip. 14, 2456-68. (2014 Jun 17).