Doppler Ultrasound Interests


I am primarily interested in methods of improving the temporal and spatial resolution of Doppler ultrasound velocity measurements.  Ideally I would like to be able to use Doppler ultrasound to measure the flow instabilities that are found under abnormal conditions in arterial flows.  These types of fluctuations occur at frequencies that are too high to capture with conventional methods.  Below are links to two of my articles on this subject.


Fundamental Sources of Error and Spectral Broadening in Doppler Ultrasound Signals

                    (Review article for “CRC Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering”)


Reduction of Coherent Scattering Noise with Multiple Receiver Doppler

                    (Appeared in “Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology”)