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Dr. Chen specializes in biological ultrasound applications. His current research interests concentrate on developing new technologies for ultrasound molecular imaging and therapeutics; radiation force assisted cell therapy; ultrasound assisted drug and gene delivery; and microbubble dynamics using high speed imaging.

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