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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.

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


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 cancer 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

  • Multifocused ultrasound therapy for controlled microvascular permeabilization and improved drug delivery (IEEE UFFC)
  • Ultrasound features of skeletal muscle can predict kinematics of upcoming lower-limb motion (ABME)