Black Tattoo Ink Under Sonication: Integration of Ultrasound, Material Science and Microscopy

In this short video extract Professor Phei Er Saw, Executive Editor, BIOI, introduces a presentation from Professor Michiel Postema, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Black Tattoo Ink Under Sonication: Integration of Ultrasound, Material Science and Microscopy. Professor Postema discusses the use of ultrasound for tattoo modification.

A full video of the this session from the webinar series, Integration and Interdisciplinarity in Academia, held in June 2020, can be viewed at:

Session details as follows:

1Opening Remarks 00:00:00 – 00:03:36Professor Phei Er Saw Sun Yat-sen University, China
2Theranostics in Cancer Therapy: Integration for Transformative Research. 00:04:09 – 00:22:35Dr Xiaoyuan (Shawn) Chen National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA
3Integration of Computational Statistics with Pharmaceutical Sciences for the Development of Novel Drug Products: A Perspective Analysis for Basic Research. 00:22:56 – 00:54:21Professor Farrukh Rafiq Ahmed University of Karachi, Pakistan
4Black Tattoo Ink Under Sonication. (Integration of Ultrasound, Material Science and Microscopy). 00:54:39 – 01:12:36Professor Michiel Postema University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
5Public Health Emergency and Digital Epidemiology: COVID-19. 01:13:00 – 01:38:07Professor Wai kit Ming The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

To support the launch of BIO Integration (BIOI) a virtual conference series of online webinars is being held between June and September 2020 covering topics of interest to the BIO Integration community.

Registration is free to all and is a requirement to view the event. 

Upcoming topics – dates and times to be confirmed:

July 2020                     Frontiers and Interdisciplinarity in Nanomedicine

September 2020         Frontiers and Interdisciplinarity in Imagine Medicine and AI

We look forward to welcoming you at one, or all, of our conference series.

With best wishes

Zhiyi Chen, Pintong Huang

Co-Editors-in-Chief BIO Integration