The University of Colorado Boulder is hosting the first summer school on ultrasound contrast agents, May 20-23, 2019. The topical school is an extension of the short course entitled “Microbubbles and Nanodroplets for Biomedical Ultrasound Applications: Design Principles and Methods” given by Mark Borden and Rik Vos at the 2018 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium. This 4-day school will provide greater breadth and depth, focusing on practical tips to help you design and synthesize your own ultrasound contrast agents. In addition to lectures, practical hands-on laboratory sessions will be held for microbubble synthesis, characterization, modeling and imaging. Students can apply for support from the IEEE UFFC. Please see the website for details.