Patents by Inventor Boris Nicolas BLOCH

Boris Nicolas BLOCH has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210121263
    Abstract: The inventions provided herein relate to tissue markers and uses thereof, e.g., to mark a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue) or to produce a cell scaffold. The tissue markers described herein are designed to be resistant to fast migration (e.g., immediate migration after implantation through a needle track) and slow migration (e.g., over an extended period of time) upon implantation at a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue), without using an adhesive. Additionally or alternatively, the tissue markers described herein can be readily detectable by at least one imaging modality, e.g., but not limited to magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray imaging, ultrasound imaging, or a combination thereof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 14, 2020
    Publication date: April 29, 2021
    Applicants: TRUSTEES OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY, BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER CORPORATION
    Inventors: Mark W. GRINSTAFF, Boris Nicolas BLOCH, Jonah KAPLAN
  • Publication number: 20180353739
    Abstract: The inventions provided herein relate to injection applicators, tissue markers and uses thereof, e.g., to mark a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue) or to produce a cell scaffold. The tissue markers described herein are designed to be resistant to fast migration (e.g., immediate migration after implantation through a needle track) and slow migration (e.g., over an extended period of time) upon implantation at a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue), without using an adhesive. Additionally or alternatively, the tissue markers described herein can be readily detectable by at least one imaging modality, e.g., but not limited to magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray imaging, ultrasound imaging, or a combination thereof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 22, 2018
    Publication date: December 13, 2018
    Applicants: TRUSTEES OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY, BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER CORPORATION
    Inventors: Mark W. GRINSTAFF, Boris Nicolas BLOCH, Jonah KAPLAN
  • Publication number: 20180353738
    Abstract: The inventions provided herein relate to tissue markers and uses thereof, e.g., to mark a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue) or to produce a cell scaffold. The tissue markers described herein are designed to be resistant to fast migration (e.g., immediate migration after implantation through a needle track) and slow migration (e.g., over an extended period of time) upon implantation at a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue), without using an adhesive. Additionally or alternatively, the tissue markers described herein can be readily detectable by at least one imaging modality, e.g., but not limited to magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray imaging, ultrasound imaging, or a combination thereof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 22, 2018
    Publication date: December 13, 2018
    Applicants: TRUSTEES OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY, BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER CORPORATION
    Inventors: Mark W. GRINSTAFF, Boris Nicolas BLOCH, Jonah KAPLAN
  • Publication number: 20150297316
    Abstract: The inventions provided herein relate to tissue markers and uses thereof, e.g., to mark a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue) or to produce a cell scaffold. The tissue markers described herein are designed to be resistant to fast migration (e.g., immediate migration after implantation through a needle track) and slow migration (e.g., over an extended period of time) upon implantation at a target tissue site (e.g., a biopsy site in a breast tissue), without using an adhesive. Additionally or alternatively, the tissue markers described herein can be readily detectable by at least one imaging modality, e.g., but not limited to magnetic resonance imaging, X-ray imaging, ultrasound imaging, or a combination thereof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 21, 2013
    Publication date: October 22, 2015
    Inventors: Mark W. GRINSTAFF, Boris Nicolas BLOCH, Jonah KAPLAN