Principal Investigator

Diane Dalecki, Ph.D. University of Rochester work Box 270168 Rochester NY 14627-0168 office: Goergen Hall 310 p (585) 275-7378 f (585) 276-1999


Dalecki Lab University of Rochester work Goergen Hall 336 Rochester NY 14627-0168 p (585) 275-7378 f (585) 276-1999


Ultrasound for Medicine & Biology

The Dalecki laboratory is dedicated to advancing the use of ultrasound in medicine and biology. Primary goals of the laboratory are to advance novel diagnostic ultrasound techniques, and to discover and develop new therapeutic applications of ultrasound. Research in the Dalecki laboratory is highly multidisciplinary and spans the fields of biomedical ultrasound, acoustics, medical imaging, cell and tissue engineering, and biomechanics. Areas of focus in our laboratory include:

  • Ultrasound Technologies for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging
  • Therapeutic Applications of Ultrasound
  • Low Frequency Underwater Sound Fields

In the Dalecki lab, efforts concentrate on identifying the molecular, cellular, physiological, and physical mechanisms for the interaction of ultrasound fields with biological tissues. Knowledge of basic mechanisms facilitates the safe and effective development of new diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound techniques.

Current Research Projects

Recent Publications