Since its introduction in 2011, functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging is progressively rising as a predominant neuroimaging modality. From this technique, developed by the team of Mickael Tanter (Physics for Medicine Paris, Inserm/ESPCI Paris-PSL/PSL University/CNRS), has emerged a now fast-blooming research field in neuroscience. Ample evidence of this are three articles, published by teams including Iconeus founders, only a few days apart in high-impact journals (two publications in PNAS, another in Nature Communications), which report major scientific advances on both the fundamental aspect of the method and the applications for preclinical research.
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Three high impact papers from Iconeus founders published a few days apart
June 26, 2020