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Contact Info

Diane Dalecki, Ph.D. Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Rochester work Box 270168 Rochester, NY 14627-0168 office: Goergen Hall 310 p 585-275-7378 f 585-276-1999 Dalecki

Recent Publications

  • (2014 Mar 14). Estimating Cell Concentration in Three-Dimensional Engineered Tissues Using High Frequency Quantitative Ultrasound. - Annals of biomedical engineering.
  • (2013 Nov). Fibronectin matrix mimetics promote full-thickness wound repair in diabetic mice. - Tissue engineering. Part A.
  • (2013 Aug). Controlling collagen fiber microstructure in three-dimensional hydrogels using ultrasound. - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
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Graduate Student

  • Photo of Karla Mercado

    Karla Mercado

    Ultrasound Characterization of Engineered Tissues

Diane Dalecki

  • Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1993
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  • Professor

    • Biomedical Engineering
  • Associate Professor

    • Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Director

    • Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound

Dalecki Lab

Research Overview

The Dalecki laboratory is dedicated to advancing the use of ultrasound in medicine and biology. Primary goals of the laboratory are to advance novel diagnostic ultrasound techniques, and to discover and develop new therapeutic applications of ultrasound. Research in the Dalecki laboratory is highly multidisciplinary and spans the fields of biomedical ultrasound, acoustics, medical imaging, cell and tissue engineering, and biomechanics. Areas of focus in our laboratory include:

  • Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging
  • Therapeutic Applications of Ultrasound
  • Low Frequency Underwater Sound Fields

In the Dalecki lab, efforts concentrate on identifying the molecular, cellular, physiological, and physical mechanisms for the interaction of ultrasound fields with biological tissues. Knowledge of basic mechanisms facilitates the safe and effective development of new diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound techniques. Please see the side bar for further information on specific Current Research Projects in the Dalecki laboratory.

Current and Recent Sponsored Projects

Mechanisms for Wound Healing with Ultrasound
Sponsor: NIH (R01EB008996)
Ultrasound Technologies for Tissue Engineering
Sponsor: NIH (R01EB008368)
Dynamic Response of Constrained Bubbles to Acoustic Excitation
Sponsor: NSF (CMMI-0652947)
Effects of Underwater Sound on Biological Tissues
Sponsor: U.S. Navy
Neural Effects of Underwater Sound
Sponsor: U.S. Navy
Cardiovascular Effects of Ultrasound Contrast Agents
Sponsor: NIH (R01HL69824)