UEIL was well represented at IUS 2022 in Venice, with a total of 19 contributions (9 lectures and 10 posters). Special shout-out for Alina, who was nominated for the Student Paper Award with her talk about "Focussed-Ultrasound Blood-Brain-Barrier Opening Promotes Neuroprotective Disease-Associated Microglia". Furthermore, shout-out to Melina Tourni, who made the conference highlights with her lecture "Electromechanical Cycle Length Mapping for Atrial Arrhytmia Detection and Treatment Success Assessment". Electromechanical Cycle Length Mapping (ECLM) is a noninvasive, echocardiography- based 3D visualisation and quantification tool of arrhythmic activation rates with a simple, non-invasive echocardiogram. In this study, ECLM was shown capable of identifying and mapping atrial fibrillation activation rates in cardioversion patients in vivo, confirmed immediate treatment response and retrospectively predicted short-term arrhythmia recurrence.