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 Board is supervised by an international external Advisory Board.



Wednesday, March 20, 2019, 1 pm, Pokieser-Seminarraum, 7 F, Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy, Medical University of Vienna


Thursday, June 6, 2019, 9:00-18:00 Van-Swieten-Saal, Van-Swieten-Gasse 1a, 1090 Wien

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Großer Erfolg für Forscher*innen in der medizinischen Bildgebung an der MedUni Wien und dem Medical Imaging Cluster


N094 Medical Imaging Come and join!


Im Rahmen des ersten MIC-Festivals am 14. Juni 2018 mit zahlreichen Beiträgen von herausragenden Forschern und Klinikern der Medizinischen Universität Wien (siehe Fotogalerie) wurden aus rund 90 wissenschaftlichen Postern und 9 oralen Rapid Fire..


Forschungscluster Medical Imaging der MedUni Wien präsentiert am 14. Juni 2018 die neuesten Entwicklungen


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..


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...


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