Iconeus to highlight fUS advances at SfN conference 2022

From 12–16 November this year, the Iconeus team will be heading over to the US to Neuroscience 2022, organized by the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). We look forward to showing you Iconeus One and talking about how fUS could help your research!

Since 1971, the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) has organized an annual meeting of neuroscientists, which has grown to become the primary forum for presenting the latest research on the brain and nervous system.

SfN regulars will know that we launched Iconeus One at the conference in Chicago back in 2019. So we’re really happy to be returning this year to demonstrate all the exciting advances we’ve been working on in the meantime – including improvements in system performance and ease-of-use, an expanded range of probes, advances in our microbubble-enabled ULM technology, and our plans to extend applications into the clinical arena.

As SfN is one of the most important events in the neuroscience calendar, we’ve had no problems finding Iconeus staff willing to attend! So you’ll be able to meet our CEO Ludovic Lecointre and CTO Bruno Osmanski, along with our Scientific Application Specialists Soumee Bhattacharya and Jeremy Ferrier. Between us all, we’re confident we should be able to answer any question you have about the theory and practice of fUS.

So if you’re going to be at SfN this year from 12–16 November, please drop by Booth 2501. We look forward to finding out more about your work, and explaining what sorts of insights fUS might be able to give you.

Would you like to book a slot to talk to one of our Applications Specialists at Neuroscience 2022? Let us know a suitable time, and we’ll be in touch.

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