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Linsey Phillips, Ph.D.

Biomedical Engineering


University of Virginia
Biomedical Engineering


Paul Dayton, Ph.D.


Dr. Phillips is currently Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies in Biomedical Engineering at Harvard University in Boston, MA.


  • Spring 2013
    • Introduction to Biomedical Imaging, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Fall 2013
    • Medical Imaging, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University


  • Arena, CB, Novell A, Sheeran PS, Puett, C, Moyer LC, and Dayton PA. 2015. Dual-frequency acoustic droplet vaporization detection for medical imaging. IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freg Control. 62(9): 1623-33. PMCID in process
  • Moyer LC, Timbie, KF, Sheeran, PS. Price, RJ, Miller, GW, Dayton, PA (2015). High-intensity focused ultrasound ablation enhancement in vivo via phase-shift nanodroplets compared to microbubbles. J. Ther Ultrasound. 27:3-7. PMCID: PMC4455327
  • Puett, C, Phillips, LC, Sheeran, PS, Dayton, PA, 2013. In vitro parameter optimization for spatial control of focused ultrasound ablation when using low boiling point phase-change nanoemulsions. Journal of Therapeutic Ultrasound. vol. 1:16, PMCID: PMC 4265949.
  • Phillips, LC, Puett, C, Sheeran, PS, Miller, GW, Matsunaga, TO, Dayton, PA, 2013. Phase-shift perfluorocarbon agents enhance high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) thermal delivery with reduced near-field heating.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 134, pp. 1473-1482. PMCID: PMC3745500.
  • Mullin, LB, Phillips, LC, Dayton PA, 2013. Nanoparticle Delivery Enhancement with Acoustically Activated Microbubbles. IEEE-UFFC Transactions, vol 60, pp. 65-77, PMCID: PMC3822910.