Dr. Littrup is a globally-recognized scientist in medical imaging and intervention. He is a board certified radiologist and clinically active breast imager who has conducted extensive research in the domains of cancer screening, ultrasound technology, biopsy guidance, and tumor ablation. As one of the original inventors of ultrasound tomography (UST) and Medical Advisor, he gives Delphinus Medical Technologies his unique full-spectrum experience from screening to biopsy and pioneering breast cryoablation. Dr. Littrup’s vision for the broad use of UST, from screening to treatment follow-up, thereby helped solidify the overall design and testing of the Delphinus SoftVue™ imaging system. He is an Interventional Radiologist at Crittenton Hospital Medical Center, Rochester, Michigan, recruited as Director of the Tumor Ablation Program, and assists in the development of the new breast center with guidance for new technology introduction. He is Professor of Radiology and Oncology at Wayne State University and was principal investigator of the Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization effort of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. He held the position of full professor in the Department of Diagnostic Imaging at the Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University, as well as Director of the Human Imaging Core and Ablation Program at Karmanos Cancer Institute. Dr. Littrup Is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School, completed a fellowship in prostatic ultrasound at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and was a Radiology Society of North America Research Fellow developing tumor ablation technology and imaging.