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Visit our booth and the fUS Imaging research projects of our core academic partner at SFN !

Iconeus will be present at sfn 2018, San Diego ! Visit our Booth #230 It will be a great pleasure to meet you and discuss the interest of Iconeus technology for your application !

In parallel, Wave Physics for Medicine Laboratory (from Inserm/CNRS/ESPCI Paris), our core academic research partner on functional Ultrasound imaging will be widely present at the 2018 Society for Neuroscience meeting. A total of 16 Abstracts on fUS imaging technology pionneered by our partner Wave Physics for Medicine Paris will be presented at SfN meeting in San Diego. Many of these abstracts are the results of a large collaboration network with national and international academic labs.

If you are interesting in learning more about their work on fUS imaging, here is the list of the 16 abstracts information for your conference itinary :

  • November 5, 2018, 8:00 AM

     302.03. Imaging large scale brain networks alterations in arthritic rats using functional ultrasound imaging

    *L. RAHAL1,2, M. THIBAUT2, M. TANTER1, S. PEZET2;
    1Inst. Langevin, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. Univ., CNRS UMR 7587, INSERM U 979, Paris, France; 2Lab. of Brain Plasticity, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. Univ., CNRS UMR 8249, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 302 – Inflammatory Pain

     

  • November 5, 2018, 1:00 PM

     394.08. Multi-scale mapping along the auditory hierarchy using high-resolution functional ultrasound in the awake ferret

    *Y. BOUBENEC1, C. BIMBARD1, C. DEMENÉ2, S. A. SHAMMA1, M. TANTER3;
    1Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France; 2Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 3INSERM, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 394 – Auditory Processing: Temporal, Frequency, and Spectral Processing

     
  • November 4, 2018, 8:00 AM

     148.03. Listening to the brain: Functional ultrasound imaging in the non-human primate posterior parietal cortex during a memory-guided saccade task

    *V. N. CHRISTOPOULOS1, D. MARESCA2, S. NORMAN1, C. DEMENE3, T. DEFFIEUX3, M. TANTER3, M. SHAPIRO2, R. ANDERSEN1;
    1Div. of Biol. and Biol. Engin., 2Div. of Chem. & Chem. Engin., Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 3Inst. Langevin, CNRS, ESPCI Paris, Inserm, PSL Res. Univ., Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 148 – Brain-Machine Interface: Neurophysiology: Non-Invasive Techniques: Ultrasound and Other

     
  • November 4, 2018, 1:00 PM

     238.13. Functional evidence for a default mode network deactivation in the mice brain using functional ultrasound imaging (fUS)

    *J. FERRIER1, E. TIRAN3, T. DEFFIEUX5, M. TANTER4, Z. LENKEI2;
    1Ctr. of Psychiatry and Neurosci., 2INSERM U894, Paris, France; 3Wave Physics for Med., 4Inst. Langevin / INSERM U979, Paris, France; 5Inst. Langevin / Inserm U979, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 238 – Mechanisms of Attention

     
  • November 5, 2018, 8:00 AM

     290.16. Functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging of neonate brain activity at bedside characterizes the spatiotemporal propagation of epileptiform activity

    *C. DEMENÉ1, J. BARANGER1, M. BERNAL1, C. DELANOE2, V. BIRAN3, M. ALISON4, E. HARRIBAUD2, M. PERNOT1, M. TANTER1, O. BAUD3,5,6,7;
    1CNRS UMR 7587, INSERM U979, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. Univ., Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 2Neurophysiol. Unit, 3Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Paris, Robert Debré Univ. Hosp., Paris, France; 4Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Paris, Robert Debré Univ. Hosp., Pediatric Radiology Department, France; 5Promoting Res. Oriented Towards Early Central Nervous Syst. Therapies (PROTECT), INSERM U1141, Univ. Paris Diderot, Paris, France; 6Div. of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care, Children’s Univ. Hosp. of Geneva and Univ. of Geneva, Geneva, France; 7Fondation PremUp, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 290 – Epilepsy: Human Studies

     
  • November 5, 2018, 8:00 AM

     271.12. Gas vesicles as hemodynamic enhancers for noninvasive functional ultrasound imaging of the mouse brain

    *D. MARESCA1, T. PAYEN2, A. LEE-GOSSELIN1, B. LING1, D. MALOUNDA1, C. DEMENÉ2, T. DEFFIEUX2, M. TANTER2, M. SHAPIRO1;
    1Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 2Inserm, Paris, France

    Session: Nanosymposium: 271 – Brain-Machine Interface

  • November 5, 2018, 8:00 AM

     271.13. A functional ultrasound brain-machine interface: Offline proof of concept in non-human primates

    *S. L. NORMAN1, V. N. CHRISTOPOULOS1, D. MARESCA1, C. DEMENÉ2, T. DEFFIEUX3, M. TANTER4, M. G. SHAPIRO1, R. A. ANDERSEN1;
    1Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 2Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 3Inst. Langevin / Inserm U979, Paris, France; 4INSERM, Paris, France

    Session: Nanosymposium: 271 – Brain-Machine Interface

     
  • November 5, 2018, 1:00 PM

     391.11. Functional ultrasound neuroimaging of the trigeminal ganglion in the context of ocular pain

    *S. PEZET1, M. THIBAUT1, L. RAHAL2, F. JOUBERT3, A. RÉAUX-LE-GOAZIGO, 750123, M. TANTER4;
    1Lab. of Brain Plasticity, Paris, France; 2Wave Physics for Med., Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 3INSERM, CNRS, Inst. de la Vision, Sorbonne Univ., Paris, France; 4Waves for medicine, INSERM, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 391 – Pain Imaging and Perception

     

  • November 5, 2018, 1:00 PM

     391.12. Imaging of spinal cord functional activation and somatotopy in rats using functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging

    *J. CLARON1, L. RAHAL1,2, V. HINGOT1, M. THIBAUT2, O. COUTURE1, M. TANTER1, S. PEZET2;
    1Inst. Langevin, INSERM U979, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. University,, Paris, France; 2Lab. of Brain Plasticity, CNRS UMR 8249, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. Univ., Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 391 – Pain Imaging and Perception

     
  • November 6, 2018, 8:00 AM

     507.18. functional ultrasound reveals single trial cerebral activation in non-human primates during behavior

    *A. DIZEUX1,2, M. GESNIK2, H. AHMINE3, K. BLAIZE4, F. ARCIZET3, S. PICAUD4, T. DEFFIEUX2, P. POUGET3, M. TANTER2;
    1Inst. Langevin, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. Unive, Paris, France; 2Inst. Langevin, ESPCI Paris, PSL Res. University, CNRS UMR 7587, INSERM U979, 17 Rue Moreau, Paris, France; 3Inst. du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière, UMRS 975 INSERM, CNRS 7225, UMPC, Paris, France; 4Inst. de la Vision, Sorbonne Universités UPMC, Univ. of Paris 06, INSERM UMR_S 968, CNRS UMR 7210, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 507 – Animal Cognition and Behavior: Decision Making: Prefrontal Cortex

  • November 6, 2018, 1:00 PM

     579.21. Functional mapping of the primary visual areas in awake non-human primates with ultrafast ultrasound imaging

    *F. ARCIZET1, K. BLAIZE2, M. GESNIK3, H. AHNINE4, T. DEFFIEUX5, P. POUGET6, F. Y. CHAVANE7, M. FINK3, J.-A. SAHEL4, M. TANTER8, S. A. PICAUD9;
    1Inst. De La Vision, Paris, France; 2Inst. De La Vision – Fondation Voir Et Entendre, PARIS, France; 3Inst. Langevin-ESPCI, Paris, France; 4Inst. de la Vision, Paris, France; 5Inst. Langevin / Inserm U979, Paris, France; 6ICM,INSERM UMRS 975, CNRS UMR 7225, UPMC, Paris, France; 7CNRS & Aix-Marseille Univ., Marseille, France; 8INSERM, Paris, France; 9Inst. de la Vision – Serge Picaud, Univ. Pierre Et Marie Curie, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 579 – Visual Cortex: Functional Architecture and Circuits II

  • November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM

     777.01. Neurofunctional Ultrasound reveals brain-wide vascular patterns during REM sleep in rats

    *A. BERGEL1, T. DEFFIEUX2, C. DEMENÉ2, M. TANTER3, I. COHEN4;
    1Physique pour la médecine, ESPCI – Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 2ESPCI Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 3INSERM, Paris, France; 4INSERM U1130 / CNRS UMR8246 / UPMC, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 777 – Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Functional Imaging I

  • November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM

     777.04. Large amplitude cortical cerebral blood volume variations (∆CBV) revealed by functional ultrasound imaging are typical of neonate active sleep

    *J. BARANGER1,2,3,4, C. DEMENÉ1,2,3, A. FRÉROT5, V. BIRAN5, M. CORREIA1,2,3, M. BERNAL1,2,3, C. DELANOE5, S. AUVIN6, M. ALISON5, J. MAIRESSE7, E. HARRIBAUD5, M. PERNOT1,2,3, M. TANTER1,2,3, O. F. BAUD5,7,8;
    1Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 2INSERM U979, CNRS UMR 7587, Paris, France; 3ESPCI, PSL Reseach Univ., Paris, France; 4Col. Doctoral, Sorbonnes Univ., Paris, France; 6Service De Neurologie Pédiatrique, 5Assistance Publique–Hôpitaux de Paris – Hop. Robert Debre, Paris, France; 7Promoting Res. Oriented Towards Early Central Nervous Syst. Therapies (PROTECT), INSERM U1141, Paris, France; 8Fondation PremUp, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 777 – Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Functional Imaging I

     

  • November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM

     777.11. 4D functional ultrasound imaging of the whole brain activity: First evidence in rodents

    *C. RABUT1, V. FINEL1, M. CORREIA1, S. PEZET2, M. PERNOT1, T. DEFFIEUX1, M. TANTER1;
    1Inst. Langevin / Inserm U979, Paris, France; 2CNRS UMR 8249, ESPCI Paris, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 777 – Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Functional Imaging I

     
  • November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM

     777.12. Demonstration of reproducible pharmacological functional ultrasound (PhfUS) imaging in a non anesthetized preclinical rodent model during scopolamine drug injection and reversal

    *T. DEFFIEUX1, C. RABUT1, J. FERRIER2, X. MOUSSET3, A. BERTOLO3, B. OSMANSKI3, Z. LENKEI2, M. TANTER1;
    1Inst. Langevin / Inserm U979, Paris, France; 2Inserm U894, Paris, France; 3Iconeus, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 777 – Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Functional Imaging I

  • November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM

     778.11. Cannabinoid-induced changes in intrinsic connectivity of the rat brain depend on actomyosin contractility as assessed by functional ultrasound imaging

    *C. MORISSET1,2,3, M. SALERNO4, J. FERRIER4, C. DEMENE1,2,3, T. DEFFIEUX1,2,3, M. TANTER1,2,3, Z. LENKEI4;
    1Inst. Langevin, Paris, France; 2Wave Physics for Med. Lab., INSERM U979, Paris, France; 3CNRS UMR 7587, Paris, France; 4INSERM U894 CPN, Paris, France

    Session: Poster: 778 – Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Functional Imaging II

 

Meet Iconeus at SFN 2018

 

Real-time portable functional ultrasound neuro imaging

Iconeus will be at the Society for Neuroscience, SFN 2018 in  San Diego. Meet us booth 230.

ICONEUS is introducing functional ultrasound neuro imaging: a breakthrough preclinical imaging modality for brain activity monitoring based on blood flow imaging with ultra-high sensitivity.

For preclinical research, the portability and high versatility of our technology enables the study of brain activity at unprecedented scales and in a large variety of subject states: awake, behaving, freely-moving, resting-state and asleep conditions.

Our technology can be easily combined with other complementary modalities such as eeg headstage or optogenetics wich are inherently difficult to combine with fmri.

Iconeus also offers key applications such as functional connectivity assessment between brain stuctures (connectomics) or stroke 4D monitoring.

SfN’s annual meeting is the world’s largest neuroscience conference for scientists dedicated to understanding the brain and nervous system. This year it will take place in San Diego, we are excited to discover America’s Finest City.

We will be there and have a booth to showcase our revolutionary functional ultrasound technology for neuroscientists.
Come and see us to discuss our technology, your scientific projects and how we can together help you move faster toward exciting results.

Iconeus also offers dedicated support, expertise, development and consulting services to help you move toward your unique research goals.

We would be very happy to meet you in person at our booth at SFN in San Diego to give you more details and show some use cases.

 

 

 

Meet Iconeus at FENS 2018

Iconeus will be at the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience in Berlin 2018. Meet us booth 27 !

Iconeus offers a all-in-one preclinical functional ultrasound imaging scanner for awake or anesthetized subjects in mice, rats, ferrets or primate.
Iconeus also offers dedicated support, expertise, development and consulting services to help you move toward your unique research goals.

Our revolutionary technology calls upon ultra-high frame rate ultrasound imaging —up to fifty thousand images per second—to detect neuronal activation in the whole brain via the subtle variations in blood volume due to the neurovascular coupling.

For preclinical research, the portability and high versatility of our technology enables the study of brain activity at unprecedented scales and in a large variety of subject states: awake, freely moving, resting-state and asleep conditions.

We would be very happy to meet you in person at our booth #27 at FENS in Berlin to give you more details and show some use cases.

 

 

FENS is Europe’s foremost neuroscience event with neuroscientists from all the around the world.
This year FENS take place in Berlin, a great opportunity to tour Germany’s capital and cultural centre.
https://forum2018.fens.org/

We will be there and have a booth to showcase our revolutionary functional ultrasound technology for neuroscientists.
Come and see us to discuss our technology, your scientific projects and how we can together help you move faster toward exciting results.