Young Investigator Awards (EFSUMB)

The Dutch Society of Medical Ultrasound has an outstanding track record when it comes to participating in the Young Investigator Award competition during the EUROSON conference, organized by the European Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology.

Please find a list of participants below:

TUe, Eindhoven – Multi-aperture Ultrasound Imaging and Elastography of the Abdominal Aorta: from Bench to Bedside

TU/e, Eindhoven – Quantitative ultrasound imaging of uterine peristalsis and machine learning for prediction of successful fertilization.

ErasmusMC, Rotterdam – Sonobactericide: an ultrasound-mediated theranostic strategy for life-threatening bacterial infections

Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
Introducing prenatal US screening in resource-limited settings using artificial intelligence

EE-TU/e, Eindhoven
Three-dimensional and multiparametric approach to ultrasound imaging of prostate cancer

Radboudumc, Nijmegen – A novel vector velocity imaging technique for carotid arteries: from bench to bedside.

EE-TU/e, Eindhoven
Prostate cancer localization with contrast-enhanced ultrasound

BMT-TU/e, Eindhoven
Mechanical characterization of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms using 4-D ultrasound

Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Acoustic characterization of the carotid artery

EE-TU/e, Eindhoven
Contrast-ultrasound dispersion imaging for prostate cancer localization: comparison between imaging and histopathology

Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Imaging microvasculature with contrast-enhanced ultraharmonic ultrasound

Radboudumc, Nijmegen – 

Erasmus MC
Therapeutic bubblesmattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Automated analysis of three-dimensional stress echocardiography

RUNMC, Nijmegen
4D cardiac strain imaging for diagnosis of chronic heart failure

Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Harmonic Intravascular Ultrasound

Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Intravacular ultrasound elastography: assessment and imaging of elastic properties of diseased arteries and vulnerable plaques

MUMC, Maastricht
Determination of tissue velocity by correlation interpolation of ultrasonic echo signals