Tali Ilovitsh is a postdoctoral fellow in Prof. Katherine Ferrara laboratory at the Department of Radiology, School of Medicine, Stanford University. She received her B.Sc. (2010), M.Sc. in a direct track (2011), and Ph.D. (2016) degrees in electrical engineering from Bar Ilan University, Israel. Her Ph.D. research in the field of optical imaging was focused on the development of super-resolution techniques for microscopy. Since joining the Ferrara lab in 2016 she has been working in the fields of ultrasound therapy and imaging. Her research is focused on the development of medical ultrasound technologies that provide non-invasive, cost effective, real-time and safe monitoring, diagnostics and therapy for clinically relevant problems. Currently, she uses low frequency focused ultrasound as a mean to open the blood brain barrier and facilitate drug delivery. Additionally, she develops an ultrasound beam shaping technology that allows to image tissues beyond ultrasonically-impenetrable obstacles, and is also used for label-free ultrasound super-resolution.
Bachelor of Science, Bar-Ilan University (2012)
Master of Science, Bar-Ilan University (2013)
Doctor of Philosophy, Bar-Ilan University (2017)