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Employment and student opportunities:

Our lab has occasional opportunities for qualified undergraduate researchers, graduate students, and post-docs. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Hoyt by email.

Please contact Dr. Hoyt by email to discuss potential collaborations.

Kenneth Hoyt, PhD, MBA, FAIUM
Associate Professor
Department of Bioengineering
BSB 13.929
800 W Campbell Rd
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 883-4958
kenneth.hoyt(at)utdallas.edu

Results

Conventional (top) and super-resolution (bottom) ultrasound images of skeletal muscle microvascularity in a mouse hind limb.

Preclinical super-resolution ultrasound image of tumor angiogenesis highlighting the unique morphological features

B-scan (top) and H-scan (bottom) ultrasound images of phantom materials with different sized acoustic scatterers.

BLI (left) and H-scan ultrasound (right) images of luciferase-positive tumor-bearing rodents at baseline and after receiving sham or neoadjuvant treatment.

Optical and ultrasound images of a phase-change contrast agent before and after activation (transition) from a liquid nanodroplet to gaseous microbubble state.

Recent Papers

  • Hyposialylated IgG activates endothelial IgG receptor FcgRIIB to promote obesity-induced insulin resistance (J Clin Invest)
  • Spatial angular compounding technique for H-scan ultrasound imaging (UMB)