The overarching goal of our laboratory is to investigate the physical mechanisms with which ultrasound interacts with tissue in order to develop non-invasive therapies for specific clinical applications. This work is separated into five primary research areas including Non-invasive Tissue Ablation, Acoustically-active Biomaterials, Ultrasonic Neuromodulation, Ultrasound-guided in situ Tissue Regeneration, and Biomedical Technologies for Conservation Applications.