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The Ultrasound Research Center at Mayo Clinic develops, validates and applies novel diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound technologies and applications for patient care.
The center's pilot and feasibility grants support ultrasound research projects on carotid plaques, Crohn's disease, sex disparities after ACL injury and forearm fracture healing in children.
Find clinical trials on ultrasound use in many clinical settings, including organ transplant, cancer, gastrointestinal disorders, musculoskeletal injury and disease, and more.
Keep up to date with center events and findings with news releases from Mayo Clinic News Network about the value of ultrasound research in the clinical setting.
Contact the Ultrasound Research Center at Mayo Clinic with inquiries about research, collaboration opportunities, or pilot and feasibility grants.
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