Medical Devices(5)

  • Super Resolution Vascular Ultrasound Imaging for Clinical Diagnostics (No. T4-2194)

    Alterations in the microvasculature characterize various pathologies, including cancers and inflammatory diseases (i.e., Crohn's disease). Therefore, precise in vivo microvascular imaging at the capillary level could be a valuable tool for early diagnosis and clinical management. ... Read more
    Full Professor Yonina Eldar

    Yonina Eldar

    Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Artificial Pancreas (No. T4-1942)

    The alarmingly sharp increase in type 1 diabetes mellitus incidence in recent years has been coupled with a marked rise in the development of closed-loop systems aimed at continuously monitoring blood glucose levels, predicting glucose behavior and delivering adjusted insulin doses. ... Read more
    Full Professor Eran Segal

    Eran Segal

    Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Multimodel Transcranial Optical Vascular Assessment (No. T4-1769)

    Subdural hematoma (SDH) is a collection of blood between the inner layer of the dura and the brain that occurs mostly as a result of trauma. It is one of the most common neurosurgical conditions in the United States today. ... Read more
    Prof Alon Harmelin

    Alon Harmelin

    Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance

  • Novel MRI Contrast Agent (No. T4-1604)

    Novel reporter gene for magnetic resonance imaging applications.The ability to image the duration and location of gene expression in vivo and noninvasively is imperative for the future of biology and clinical medicine. ... Read more
    Full Professor Michal Neeman

    Michal Neeman

    Faculty of Biology

  • Inorganic Fullerene Coating For Medical Devices (No. T4-1566)

    Implantable or insertable medical devices must be made of materials with unique properties in addition to biocompatibility to address potential damage from the physiological environment and to maintain their effectiveness over time. ... Read more
    Emeritus Tenne Reshef

    Tenne Reshef

    Faculty of Chemistry

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