BSc (London), MSc (Sask), PhD (Sask), FRSC
Research Stream: Clinical Engineering
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- Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering
Doppler methods have an important role in the non-invasive assessment of patients with arterial disease. Our research includes the development of:
- Spectral estimation methods to accurately determine the flow velocity
- Colour flow imaging to measure 2-D vector flow velocity distributions
- Clutter models based on the haemodynamics of pulsatile arterial blood flow
Nonlinear Ultrasound for Imaging and Doppler Applications
- Models of nonlinear ultrasound propagation in tissue
- Use of coded excitation for improving the SNR
Ultrasound Propagation in Metamaterials
This represents a new area of investigation that may enable some of the limitations of current ultrasound methods to be overcome.
Elastography using Radiation Pressure Excitation
Measurement and imaging of the elastic properties of tissue by generating shear waves.
Ultrasound Propagation in Bone
Experimental and theoretical methods for understanding ultrasound propagation in bone.