SALSA adds "Sole" to Renowned Bioimaging Institute Program

David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) joined six other renowned researchers to present at this year’s Advanced Research Institute for Biomedical Imaging (ARIBI) workshop. “We have learned long ago that no clinician is an island when caring for a disease”, noted Armstrong, “The same can be said for scientists. When people doing cutting edge optics and signal processing combine with clinicians asking basic questions, the result can be transformative.” Armstrong presented a wide range of imaging technologies being developed and tested by SALSA, including 3-D imaging tools to, as Armstrong put it, “Tivo, or time-shift the physical exam” for later playback and analysis to new methods of measuring skin temperature by patients at home that have been shown to reduce risk for limb threatening diabetic foot ulcers. The program, coordinated by ARIBI’s Director, Professor Ron Lynch, included topics ranging from cutting edge imaging of the nervous system to novel methods to monitor cardiac and oncologic therapies.

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