Our laboratories are advancing the use of ultrasound in diagnosis and discovering new therapeutic applications of ultrasound in medicine and biology.
RCBU members hold numerous patents in ultrasound and imaging. University of Rochester is a leader in technology revenue income among institutions of higher education.
RCBU labs offer graduate training and post-doctoral research in biomedical ultrasound as well as collaborations with other areas of biomedical engineering.
Edwin and Pam Carstensen Family Endowment
The Edwin and Pam Carstensen Family Endowment was established to honor the legacy of Edwin L. Carstensen and ensure that his vision of the Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound endures. Support the RCBU by contributing to this fund.Give Today
May 8, 2019
Congratulations to undergraduate researcher Reem Mislati '19 of the Doyley Lab who received a Presid ...
February 22, 2019
RCBU trainees are active members of the greater Rochester community, and regularly share their work ...
December 10, 2018
September 27, 2018
Fernando Zvietcovich Zegarra, a PhD student in the lab of Jannick Rolland, the Brian J. Thompson pro ...
The RCBU was created to unite professionals in engineering, medical and applied science communities at the University of Rochester, Rochester General Hospital, and the Rochester Institute of Technology. More >
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Since its founding in 1986, the RCBU has grown over the years to nearly 100 members, with several visiting scientists from locations around the world
Ultrasound continues to grow at the University of Rochester, up 20% from 2011, now exceeding 30,000 exams for imaging sciences.
RCBU Annual Report
Download the latest RCBU Annual Report to see what’s new with students, faculty, and alumni of the Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound! This issue recaps the inaugural RCBU Biomedical Ultrasound Symposium Day.Download
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