The Saijo Laboratory (Biomedical Imaging Group, Graduatre School of Biomedical Engineering, Tohoku University) is challenging to expand the world of life phenomena visible with ultrasound while taking advantage of the safety, real-time, and probability of ultraosund imaging.
More detailed spatio-temporal variability of flow in the body, clearer images of capillary network of tens of microns, clearer images of structural changes inside living cells, and instantaneous images of the three-dimensional structure of blood vessels.
In order to realize such various requirements in medicine, we will create future medical imaging technology by integrating a wide range of engineering approaches, from ultrasound transducer design, signal and image processing, optical systems, and artificial intelligence engineering.
Ms. Yuki Okada, a second year master student at our laboratory, received the Young Investigator Award at the 56th Tohoku Branch Meeting of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering.
Mr. Riku Suzuki, a first-year PhD student, received the USE2021 Best Paper Award for his original paper (Link) published in JJAP last year.
Mr. Riku Suzuki, a second year master student at our laboratory, received the Encouragement Award at the 64th Tohoku Region Meeting of the Japanese Society of Ultrasonography.
Dr. Takuro Ishii, an assistant professor of our laboratory and Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences, received the encouragement award at the 95th conference of Japanese Society of Ultrasonics in Medicine.