You already know it's #PhysicsFriday πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» We're so lucky that Julien (and his custom probe) are back to tell us more about how we see brains with ultrasound! Can you believe it - seeing the brain with sound?! πŸ§ πŸ”ŠπŸ€― @SickKidsNews @SKHeartCentre @SKPedRadFellows https://t.co/uxlkCWJlwn
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Happy #PhysicsFriday! Today we have a special episode where Matthew, a PhD student, explains the fascinating (and complicated!) Navier-Stokes equation! πŸŒŠπŸ«€ @SKHeartCentre @SickKidsNews @researchuoft https://t.co/gVdziZGyle
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Happy #PhysicsFriday! Today we have Minh, a clinical research fellow, giving us a rundown about how we get images from the clinic to the lab, and what they look like!πŸ«€We wouldn't be able to integrate medicine and physics without Minh! πŸ¦ΈπŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈπŸ§‘β€πŸ”¬ @SickKidsNews @SKHeartCentre https://t.co/TO7ABGgPl8
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TGI(physics)F! Ever wonder why that gel is used with #ultrasound ? Rahna, an MD student in the lab, is here to tell you! Hint: it’s all about that sound πŸŽ€πŸ”Š #PhysicsFriday @SickKidsNews @SKHeartCentre @uoftmedicine @researchuoft https://t.co/HkTPpWEV7C
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You already know it's #PhysicsFriday! Julien, a clinical fellow, is coming in hot to tell us about...wait...did he say looking at the brain with #ultrasound??🧠🀯 You better believe it! Check out Julien (and his custom probe) πŸš€ @SKHeartCentre @SickKidsNews @uoftmedicine https://t.co/Dc5dwsfI2J
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Today we have a very special #PhysicsFriday!πŸ§‘πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ Olivier is giving us a rundown on #MyocardialStiffness, with a little extra punch...πŸ«€πŸ‘Š You don't want to miss this exclusive Villemain explanation! πŸš€ @SKHeartCentre @SickKidsNews @researchuoft @uoftmedicine https://t.co/hneIWnjEDi
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@Victor_Pouchet @jadalpublishing Je vais me le relire en arabe tiens. Juste pour le plaisir.

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.