Welcome to CMIV
Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV) is a multidisciplinary research center initiated by Linköpings universitet, Landstinget i Östergötland and Sectra AB.
CMIV conducts focused front-line research within multidisciplinary projects providing solutions to tomorrow’s clinical issues. The mission is to develop future methods and tools for image analysis and visualization for applications within health care and medical research.
Learn more about CMIV from the web-tv program Web-TV: "3D hjälper läkarna".
CMIV researcher Tino Ebbers, professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences has received a honorable Starting Grant from the European Research Council, ERC. The support goes to Europe's best young scientists. Better and simpler cardiac diagnostics is the research projects that has received 1.5 million over five years from the European Research Council. For the fifth year ERC awards called Starting Grants, a grant that will help Europe's best researchers, early career to build up their own research groups.
CMIV Researcher Petter Dyverfeldt named Distinguished Reviewer by the Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (MRM) journal
Dr. Petter Dyverfeldt of the Cardiovascular MR Group has been named a Distinguished Reviewer by the Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (MRM) journal for 2012. MRM is published by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), a nonprofit association that promotes MR techniques in medicine and biology.
At RSNA 2012 SyntheticMR, a spin-off company from CMIV, will present their SyMRI software in the Quantitative Imaging Reading Room.
QIRR is an initiative of the RSNA organization in their strive to apply more quantitative measures in radiology. Especially MRI is generally qualitative in nature and improving the MR quantification will add value to the field.
On September 17, there was a report from CMIV on the Swedish science program "Vetenskapens värld".
Anette Karlsson’s thesis is by the SFfR (Swedish Association ofRadiophysic s) elected the best thesis within the field of Radiation Physics 2011/2012.
The thesis deals with movement adjusting/correction of images of 3D Resonance examinations, which among other things can be applied to investigation of the brain in functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI). The work was carried out in the Dept of Radiophysics and CMIV (University Hospital) and will be presented at the SFfRs National meeting in Stockholm in November.
Tino Ebbers, professor, awarded Fernström Prize in 2012 for his pioneering research on cardiovascular function, the boundary between medicine and technology.
A consortium led by the Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV) at Linköping University have now been granted funding from VINNOVA research and development in image-based pathology. The total sum that has been granted is 9.2 milj. sek. For more information go to: http://www.liu.se/liu-nytt/LiU-nytt?l=sv&newsitem=351275
Welcome to CMIV 10 year anniversary lectures open for all! August 16-17, Berzelius salen Health University Linköping For the program ...