Dr. Russell Witte is a Professor of Medical Imaging, Optical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Arizona. Dr. Witte’s Experimental Ultrasound and Neural Imaging Laboratory (EUNIL) devises cutting-edge imaging technology, integrating light, ultrasound and microwaves to diagnose and treat diseases ranging from tendinopathies and arrhythmias to breast cancer. By integrating different forms of energy, special effects are created that enable ultrasound imaging of optical absorption deep in tissue, mapping current source densities in the beating heart, and elasticity imaging of human muscle and tendon for quantifying tissue mechanical properties. Dr. Witte’s research further extends into nanotechnology and smart contrast agents, which have applications to functional brain imaging, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Dr. Witte works closely with collaborators in the Colleges of Engineering, Optical Sciences and Medicine, as well as industry, to develop cutting-edge imaging technologies that potentially improve patient care.

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Dr Witte mentions Aman Jabbi – find a presentation on this subject by him here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OL_JQjjkOMY

To contact Dr Witte: rwitte@protonmail.com

1) “Russ’ Favorite links to government + peer-reviewed studies on Microwaves + Health + Safety”:

2) “Sample References Describing Adverse Biological Effects of Low-level Microwave Radiation ”

3) Updated review of 3000 peer-reviewed studies from a panel of scientific experts regarding “low-intensity microwave/electromagnetic radiation” and recommendations for rationale for biologically-based exposure standards.

4) “Hidden Dangers of 4G/5G Microwave Technology.” May 27, 2021 [15 min] (my shortest presentation on health effects of low-level microwave radiation)
Download slides: https://bit.ly/Witte_052721_Slides

5) 13-page letter sent to the City of Tucson demanding an moratorium on the deployment of 5G Cell Towers. The city did not respond to this letter or a followup letter sent in July 2020.

6) Tips!