About Us

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Early Career Award Retreat
Zhijie hooding ceremony!
Dress up like Matt on Halloween day
Pengfei receiving the Y. T. Lo Faculty Fellowship.
Pengfei receiving the IEEE Ultrasonics Early Career Investigator Award
Group photo Fall 2023 (farewell to Zhijie)
Co-teaching the IUS short course on super-resolution imaging
Song Lab at the Gordon Research Conference 2023 (TMI)
Celebrating Zhijie’s successful PhD thesis defense.
Showcase ultrasound imaging at Booker Washington STEM Academy
Beckman Open House 2023
Lunar New Year 2023 celebration!
Matt and Xi doing CAM experiment.
Song Lab at ASA Nashville (Nov 2022)
Matt and Rita reviewing ultrasound images.
Summer 2022 joint lab party with Yu Lab!
Welcome Yike to our lab! (Fall 2022)
Jihun and Zhijie doing experiment.
Summer 2022 joint lab party with Oelze Lab!
Pengfei receiving the Dean’s Award for Research Excellence (April 2022).
Welcome YiRang to the lab!
CAM microbubble injections.
Farewell lunch for Jihun.
Winter break 2021!
Busy day in the lab.
Matt cracking eggs!

Why ultrasound?

Ultrasound is a valuable and unique modality that can be used to both image and treat patients in the clinic. It is safe, cost-effective, free of ionizing radiation, and widely accessible around the world. Ultrasound-based diagnostic and therapeutic technologies have a clear pathway of clinical translation and achieving global impact on patient care.

What do we do?

Our group focuses on developing and translating cutting-edge ultrasound technologies to close the gap between clinical practice and unmet patient needs. We are currently concentrating on advancing super-resolution microvessel imaging and elasticity imaging technologies to early diagnose cancer and early predict cancer treatment response. We are also actively working on using ultrasound to monitor neural activities in the brain and in the spinal cord.

Join or collaborate with us?

Check out our research projects and publications for more information on our research and resources. Check out our open positions and send an email to Prof. Pengfei Song with questions. We are firm believers in team science. Together we can improve the well-being of patients and make a difference in healthcare.

External Funding Sources

Internal Funding Sources