Mark L. Palmeri
Assistant Research Professor
- Office Location: 258 Hudson Hall Annex
- Office Phone: (919) 660-5158
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Dr. Palmeri's research interests include ultrasonic imaging, specifically using acoustic radiation force to characterize the mechanical properties of tissue, and finite element analysis of soft tissue response to impulsive radiation force excitation. Other research interests include ultrasonic bioeffects and mechanical testing of soft tissues.
- BME 464L.001 - MEDICAL INSTRUMENT DSGN
- BME 464L.01L - MEDICAL INSTRUMENT DSGN
Representative Publications: (More Publications)
- M.L. Palmeri and S.A. Grant, Acoustic Radiation Force Imaging in Regional Anesthesia (Fall, 2009).
- Kristin Frinkley Bing and Gabriel P Howles and Yi Qi and Mark L Palmeri and Kathryn R Nightingale, Blood-brain barrier (BBB) disruption using a diagnostic ultrasound scanner and Definity in Mice., Ultrasound Med Biol, vol 35 no. 8 (2009), pp. 1298–1308  [abs].
- Richard R Bouchard and Jeremy J Dahl and Stephen J Hsu and Mark L Palmeri and Gregg E Trahey, Image quality,tissue heating,and frame rate trade-offs in acoustic radiation force impulse imaging., IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control, vol 56 no. 1 (2009), pp. 63–76  [abs].
- Hilary A Hancock and Lauren H Smith and Julian Cuesta and Amir K Durrani and Mary Angstadt and Mark L Palmeri and Eitan Kimmel and Victor Frenkel, Investigations into Pulsed High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound-Enhanced Delivery: Preliminary Evidence for a Novel Mechanism., Ultrasound Med Biol (2009)  [abs].
- K.R. Nightingale and M.L. Palmeri, Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse (ARFI) Imaging: Fundamental Concepts and Image Formation (Summer, 2008).