RT @Rainmaker1973: The loudest a sustained undistorted sound can possibly be on Earth’s surface is 194 dB. Above that threshold the sound w…
RT @ronald_cohn: We are proud to stand with our colleagues in hospitals across the GTA to help alleviate some of the strain on the health-c…
Congrats Sophie and all your collaborators!! 👏👏 https://t.co/nmuJDeSFKG
I want to play with it! Ahah! https://t.co/p5ymK46OPj
Well done guys! (Bien joué les gars!) 😉 https://t.co/jCZ81Lybze
RT @Sunnybrook: In a world-first study, Sunnybrook researchers have shown how focused ultrasound can help detect brain cancer biomarkers.…
Super nice video!! Super nice results 🤙👍 https://t.co/vl5O5yMLpk
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The Villemain Lab is exploring Ultrafast Ultrasound Imaging, a new ultrasound imaging technique, with the hope of applying this technology to paediatric care. Located within SickKids Research Institute, the Villemain Lab Team is composed of doctors, physicists, engineers and students.

The main objective of our team is to develop Ultrafast Ultrasound Imaging for targeted applications. We develop multidisciplinary research projects, between acoustic physics, pre-clinical research, and medicine.