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The transfer of our research from the test bench to the bed of the patient
As a pioneer in the field of therapeutic ultrasound, the laboratory values ethical respect and focuses on both Clinical and Industrial transfer, as such over the past 30 years it has developed partnerships with

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Thursday 28 March 2019

Author: Nicolas Benech
SummaryIn this work, we investigate, the feasibility of quantifying the Young's modulus of breast tissue from the auto-correlation of a diffuse acoustic field computed from a sequence of B-mode images acquired through conventional ultrasound scanners. Inspired in the seismological approach of retrieving the Green's function by cross-correlation of diffuse fields, we obtained a quantitative expression that... Read more

Wednesday 27 March 2019

Author: Jeremy Vion
Summary: Focused ultrasound (US) are considered as a promising tool to develop a new modality of therapeutic neurostimulation. An in vivo invertebrate nervous model (system of giant fibers of the common earthworm, Lumbricus terrestris) has been proposed to study the biophysical mechanisms underlying the phenomenon of US neurostimulation. After proving the feasibility, the nervous responses associated with different stimulation modalities (mechanical, electrical, US) were characterized and compared together. Following a causal... Read more

Tuesday 19 March 2019

Author: Laurent Milot
Summary: Les métastases hépatiques du cancer colorectal (MHCR) sont fréquentes et sont associées à une mortalité significative. Ces dernières décennies, des progrès thérapeutiques importants ont permis d’en améliorer le pronostic. Plus particulièrement, le rôle des résections hépatiques s’est considérablement élargi dans la maladie métastatique limitée au foie, conduisant à un changement radical dans la prise en charge. Ceci a naturellement eu des répercussions sur l’imagerie, qui doit être très performante au niveau lésionnel,... Read more

Monday 4 March 2019

Dear all


The 12th course composing the MOOC is now available. This clinical presentation is given by Professor Florent APTEL on «HIFU for treating glaucoma»

Note that this is the last of the 12 courses composing this first MOOC dedicated to therapeutic ultrasound but that all courses remain available online 

Note that this is the last of this first MOOC dedicated to therapeutic ultrasound and that all the courses will still be available on-line after March 4.


You can register on Claroline by clicking... Read more

Wednesday 19 September 2018

Dear all
We are proud to announce that the LabTau in collaboration with the Focused Ultrasound Foundation is launching the first MOOC on therapeutic ultrasound.
This education program aims at promoting the field of therapeutic ultrasound in its various applications for a targeted audience of Physicians, Students, PhD Students and Patients.
The 12 courses which compose the MOOC have been given by experts recognized worldwide. They cover clinical cases and more technical informations in order understand the physics and the mechanisms of ultrasound for therapy. The... Read more

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Place : LabTAU, Inserm U1032, 151 Cours Albert Thomas 69003 Lyon / CREATIS - Site INSA, 7 avenue Jean Capelle 69621 Villeurbanne
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