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Non-invasive Multimodal Functional Imaging of the Intestine
Researchers at The University at Buffalo have developed a unique method to prepare GI tract imaging contrast agents. This innovation is a breakthrough for GI tract imaging and can be used to effectively treat patients. The patented method can be used to prepare optical imaging contrast dye that is not readily absorbed by the GI tract.It achieves this...
Published: 2/11/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Lovell
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging
Using a Thin Slit to Improve the Elevation Resolution of a Linear-Array Photoacoustic Tomography System
Photoacoustic tomography is an upcoming optical imaging technique in medical applications. However, one of the issues in this imaging is the three-dimensional imaging capability of a linear array is limited, due to its poor elevational resolution. The University of Buffalo researchers have designed a novel device and method to improve the elevation...
Published: 4/28/2016   |   Inventor(s): Jun Xia, Yuehang Wang
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Research Tools and Reagents, Campus > University at Buffalo
NeuroSTREAM
This program measures brain atrophy using Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) images of the lateral ventricular volume (LVV) region of the brain. High quality MRI scans are used to measure brain atrophy. However these scans are not always available or current but it is vital to know the patients status with regards to brain atrophy. This...
Published: 10/9/2015   |   Inventor(s): Michael Dwyer, Robert Zivadinov
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Medical Imaging, Technology Classifications > Screens and Assays, Campus > University at Buffalo
Graphene-based Plasmonic Nano-transceiver for Terahertz Band Communication
Current wireless systems operate at frequencies around or below 5 GHz. As the frequency increases, as does the bandwidth, and ultimately, as do the achievable data transfer rates. However, as frequency increases, so does propagation loss, or the loss of power density, from the expansion of the radio wave in free space, ultimately hindering the ability...
Published: 6/24/2015   |   Inventor(s): Josep Jornet, Ian Akyildiz (Non-Ub)
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Optics and Photonics, Technology Classifications > Sensors, Technology Classifications > Wireless, Campus > University at Buffalo
X-ray Attenuator System for ROI Imaging
A mechanical shutter-like attenuator with advanced image processing to equalize image brightness for region of interest real-time processing while reducing exposure to radiation.One of the primary concerns with radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging is minimizing potentially harmful effects of ionizing radiation while still maintaining image quality....
Published: 7/29/2014   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Rudin
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Biomedical Science and Engineering, Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > University at Buffalo
Random-Projection Grappa: An Efficient Computational Method for Parallel MRI Reconstruction
As a data-driven technique, GRAPPA has been widely used for parallel MRI reconstruction. In GRAPPA, a large amount of calibration data is desirable for accurate calibration and thus estimation. However, the computational time increases with the large number of equations to be solved, which is especially serious in 3-D reconstruction. To address this...
Published: 6/26/2014   |   Inventor(s): Lei (Leslie) Ying, Jingyuan Lv (lyu)
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Campus > University at Buffalo
Nanoformulated Tetrapyrroles as Biophotonic Contrast Agents
Researchers at The University at Buffalo have developed a unique method to prepare GI tract imaging contrast agents. This innovation is a breakthrough for GI tract imaging and can be used to effectively treat patients. The patented method can be used to prepare optical imaging contrast dye that is not readily absorbed by the GI tract. It achieves this...
Published: 12/4/2013   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Lovell, Chulhong Kim, Yumiao Zhang, Mansik Jeon
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Healthcare, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Materials and Chemicals, Technology Classifications > Dental > Diagnostics, Campus > University at Buffalo
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