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SoniTrack Systems

SoniTrack Systems enables real-time markerless targeting for radiation therapy using robotics and ultrasound imaging.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Mountain View, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded October 2012
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Company Summary

SoniTrack Systems is a medical device company that recently spun out of research labs at Stanford University. Our technology integrates robotics and ultrasound imaging to enable real-time markerless targeting for radiation therapy. This advancement has significant potential to increase local tumor control rates, reduce healthy tissue toxicity, reduce treatment times, and reduce overall treatment cost for hospitals.


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    Jeff Schlosser, Ph.D.

    Jeff Schlosser invented SoniTrack’s core technology as a graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering doctoral program at Stanford University. He is the recipient of NSF and Tau Beta Pi graduate research fellowships and an AAPM young investigator award.

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    Dimitre Hristov, Ph.D.

    Dimitre Hristov is an assistant professor of Radiation Oncology at Stanford and board-certified medical physicist at the Stanford Cancer Center with over 20 years experience designing radiotherapy guidance systems. Dimitre is the co-inventor of Resonant Medical's Clarity ultrasound positioning system.

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    Ken Salisbury, Ph.D.

    Ken Salisbury is a professor of computer science and surgery at Stanford. Ken is a world renowned expert in the fields of haptics and medical robotics. Many of his designs have enjoyed commercial success including the PHANToM Haptic Interface produced by SensAble Technologies, the Personal Robot produced by Willow Garage, and the Black Falcon Surgical Robot on which Intuitive Surgical's da Vinci system is based.