Or Perlman

Or Perlman

Mr. Perlman is a PhD Candidate at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He received his BSc (Cum Laude) and MSc (Cum Laude) in Biomedical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. His research focuses on multimodal MRI-ultrasound imaging of nanoparticles for cancer detection. Additional research interests include biomedical signal processing (ECG in particular) and statistical pattern recognition.


  • Figure 4. Students' view of academia, industry, and future plans. (a) The advantageous of staying in academia. (b) The shortcoming of staying in academia. (c) Future plans.
    Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine: A Glimpse into the Student’s Point of View

    Student Editor Paper
    Students take a vital part in the effort to translate engineering-based research in medicine. It is therefore essential to understand their view of the field, the motivation in choosing a specific research path, and the factors influencing pursuing an academic vs. an industry-related career. To provide a glimpse into the students’ point of view and gain key insights, we have conducted a survey among translational engineering in medicine students.

  • Research Field Spotlight: Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Focused Ultrasound

    When we come across the term ultrasound, what usually comes to mind is a gray-scaled fetal image. Ultrasound imaging is widely used in various medicine branches, including: cardiology, gynecology, and oncology. Although a less familiar application, ultrasound can also be utilized for tissue temperature elevation.


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