Revolutionising brain imaging using 3D ultrasound computed tomography

OUR MISSION

 

At Sonalis, we listen. Using non-invasive ultrasound, we are developing a portable transcranial brain imaging device that can deliver sub-millimeter resolution imaging at point-of-care.

 

We strive to bring affordable and universal brain imaging to the patient, whenever and wherever it’s needed.

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OUR TECHNOLOGY

 

We are developing a novel brain imaging modality building on the most recent advances in acoustic sensing. Our acquisition device is focussed on portability and patient comfort.

 

Using powerful high-performance computing and our proprietary algorithms for solving inverse problems, we can visualise brain tissue in 3D from the reverberations of sound waves through the skull.  

SONALIS

THE FOUNDERS

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dr. Lluis Gausch
PhD inverse problems and imaging
Imperial College London

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dr. Oscar Calderon
PhD medical and geophyscial imaging 
Imperial College London

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prof. Mengxing Tang
professor of Biomedical Imaging
Imperial College London

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prof. Joanna Morgan
professor of science and engineering
Imperial College London 

 

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prof. Mike Warner
professor of Geophysics
Imperial College London

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prof. Parashkev Nachev
professor of Neurology
University College London

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dr. Roland W. Tegeder 
PhD mathematics
Camebridge University
CEO of SW7 Group