Diagnostic Hardware/Software/Medical Devices

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Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging of Brain DNA Methylation

Drs. Li, Robinson, Liang, Silverman and Mr. Lam from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a new noninvasive method of measuring epigenetic changes...

Workflow for 3D Printable Heart

Dr. Brad Sutton from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a fully automated workflow to generate 3D digital...

Automated, Objective Method of Assessing Tinnitus Condition

Drs. Husain and Baryshnikov from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed an automated and objective method for...

Machine Learning Software Platform for Diagnosing Otitis Media

Dr. Boppart from the University of IL has developed a machine learning system that allows for easy diagnosis of ear infections, such as Otitis Media.  The system uses a...

Synthetic Compound Eye Gamma Camera for SPECT Imaging

Dr. Meng from the University of Illinois has developed a new synthetic compound eye (SCE) gamma camera design where each gamma camera panel consists of a large number...

Portable Diagnostic System for Otitis Media

Dr. Boppart from the University of IL has developed a portable Otitis Media diagnostic system that allows for primary and point-of-care use. The briefcase OCT system...

Method and System for Increasing Radiation Sensitivity in Medical Imaging Detectors

Dr. Abbaszadeh from the University of Illinois has invented a method and system for increasing radiation sensitivity in semiconductor detectors used in medical imaging...

Realistic Knee Joint Simulator

Dr. Kersh and colleagues have invented a knee joint simulator with realistic range of motion. Currently,...

A Device and Algorithm for the Quantitative Measurement of Spasticity, Rigidity, and Muscle Strength

Dr. Hsiao-Wecksler from the University of IL has developed a method to evaluate muscle tone and joint movement through wearable hardware that quantifies muscle tone and...

System and Method for High Volume-Rate Three-Dimensional Ultrasound Imaging

Dr. Pengfei Song from the University of Illinois and his collaborators at the Texas A&M University developed a novel high volume-rate 3D ultrasound imaging method and a device based on Fast...

Dr. Pengfei Song from the University of Illinois and his collaborators at the Texas A&M University developed a novel high volume-rate 3D ultrasound imaging method and a device based on Fast Acoustic Steering via Tilting Electromechanical Reflectors (FASTER).  This technology addresses challenges of conventional 3D ultrasound imaging like high cost and low volume scan rate. FASTER is capable of high volume rate (up to 500 Hz) large field-of-view 3D imaging with conventional 1D transducers.

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