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THERESA Study - First in Human experience with Histotripsy in the treatment of solid liver lesions


Oct 7, 2020 11:26 AM

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Tim Ziemlewicz MD
Associate Professor of Radiology @University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Ziemlewicz is an associate professor of Radiology in the section of Abdominal Imaging and Intervention. He serves as an assistant residency program director and chairs the program's clinical competency committee. His clinical interests are in image-guided intervention, including tumor ablation and surgical planning via image post-processing. He joined the faculty in 2010 following an abdominal imaging fellowship at Duke University and diagnostic radiology residency at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. His research is focused on image-guided tumor ablation, including histotripsy, and image post-processing with over 60 peer-reviewed publications and 100 presentations and posters at national meetings. He served as a consultant for the first Phase 1 trial of hepatic histotripsy and was present for the initial cases in Barcelona, Spain.
Paul Laeseke MD
Assistant Professor @University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Laeseke is an assistant professor in the Interventional Radiology Section. He attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering, and then continued at UW in the MD/PhD program, earning his doctor of philosophy in Biomedical Engineering and his doctor of medicine. He was a member of the Tumor Ablation Lab during graduate and medical school. After receiving his degrees, Dr. Laeseke did an internship in general surgery at the Maine Medical Center and went on to Stanford University Medical Center where he completed his residency and a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He currently serves at Co-Director of the UW Image-Guided Interventions laboratory.