Medical Imaging Cluster (MIC)

  • The Medical Imaging Cluster (MIC) oversees the collaboration of several institutions and research bodies involved in imaging at the Medical University of Vienna, and represents these organisations in six, theme-oriented focal areas of scientific nodes. The MIC focuses on cooperative agreements with other research clusters within the Medical University of Vienna and abroad.

  • The objective of the Medical Imaging Cluster is to effect a fundamental paradigm shift in access to translational research from the single cell to the individual.

  • New ways must be developed in order to diagnose disease earlier, determine its nature more effectively, and evaluate new therapeutic approaches.

  • The synthesis of anatomical, functional, and molecular information — provided by an extensive and innovative array of imaging methods — will play a key role in realising bench-to-bedside personalised medicine.

  • A steering committee is supervised by an international external Advisory Board.

Events

 

June 26, 12:00, Seminarraum, 16 G (roter Bettenturm)

 

9. - 11.11.2017, Börsensäle Wien, A-1010 Wien www.wienerrad.at

 

BEST PRACTICES AND FUTURE TRENDS IN ONCOLOGIC IMAGING PEARLS AND PITFALLS IN EVERYDAY PRACTICE

 

May 24, 2017, 14:00 - 16:30, KR 7, Hörsaalzentrum, AKH Wien

 

May 15, 2017, 12:00, KR 9, Hörsaalzentrum, AKH Wien DF-Punkt: 1

 

May 15, 2017, 12:00, KR 9, Hörsaalzentrum, AKH Wien DF-Punkt: 1

 

March 1, 2017, 14:00, Pokieser-Seminarraum, 7 F, Univ.-Klinik für Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin

 
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News

 
   

The Medical University of Vienna is looking for highly motivated and talented students with a passion for science and interested in working in our Preclinical Imaging Laboratory (PIL) at the Medical University of Vienna

 
 

The Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy will participate and contribute in the area of fetal brain development modelling. The project team at our university will be Georg Langs (PI), Daniela Prayer, Gregor Kasprian, and Ernst..

 
 

Das Projekt zielt auf die Ausbildung von 15 Early Stage Researchern hin zum PhD mittels Projekten im Bereich der quantitative, multi-parametrischen Bildgebung mit einem Fokus auf PET/MR. Seitens der Med Uni Wien sind Hauptansprechpartner Thomas..

 
 

21st International Bone Densitometry Workshop 7th European Symposium on Ultrasonic Characterization of Bone

 
 

Grußwort des Sprechers

 
 

Europäische Gesellschaft ESHI auf dem Radiologenkongress ECR in Wien ins Leben gerufen

 
 

Mit der European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging (ESHI) wird am ECR 2016 eine neue Teilfach-gesellschaft der ESR offiziell eingeführt. „Es wurde höchste Zeit!“, ...

 
 

VIENNA - The European Society for Hybrid Imaging (ESHI) has already signed up more than 150 members ...

 
 

‘In imaging there is a trend towards quantification,’ said Professor Siegfried Trattnig, Medical Director of the High-Field MR Centre (HFMRC) at the Medical University Vienna, Austria...

 
 

MR-Experte der MedUni Wien steht Zusammenschluss der Biomarker-Forschungsgruppierungen vor

 
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