RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Antepartum Tactile Imager

The goal of this project is to develop Antepartum Tactile Imager and a risk prediction model of maternal birth injury to enable individualized patient counseling regarding the mode of delivery and obstetrical intervention(s) to reduce childbirth trauma.

Tactile + Ultrasound Imager

This project targets the development a device for real time fusion of tactile imaging and ultrasound imaging to provide srtess/strain and functional (muscle contraction) imaging and characterization of female pelvic floor prolapse and urinary incontinence conditions.

Cervix Elasticity Monitor

The main goal of this project is to develop a cost-effective device for detecting conditions leading to spontaneous preterm delivery to save children’s lives by directing such women to preventive clinical treatment.

Tactile + Electromyography Imager

This project goal is to develop a device for targeted treatment of urinary incontinence and overactive bladder. This technology is based on a fusion of the tactile and electromyographic imaging in one probe to allow the guided therapy of these disorders.

Laparoscopic Tissue Monitor

This project targets the development of a laparoscopic probe for measurement of soft tissue elasticity, strain hardening, hysteresis, tissue heterogeneity and detection of a blood vessel in urogynecological surgery.

Tactile + Raman Spectroscopy

This project goal is to develop a new apporach and device for highly accurate cancer imaging in surgery.


Acknowledgements: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD), National Institute on Aging (NIA), National Cancer Institute (NCI), and Department of Defence (U.S. Army Medical Research).

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