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Visualizing the Future

Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV) is a multidisciplinary research center initiated by Linköping University, Region 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.

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heart

Assessment of Cardiovascular Blood Flow Using 4D Flow MRI

Despite the primacy of flow, cardiac diagnostics still rely almost exclusively on tools focused on morphological assessment. Flow characteristics are often assumed rather than measured directly. Suitable non-invasive tools for characterizing and measuring flow dynamics are needed to push our medical effectiveness to the next level.

Bat

Imaging of Brown Adipose Tissue

Through a unique collaboration between researchers at CMIV and Sahlgrenska University Hospital the role of brown fat is unraveled. While white adipose tissue (WAT) act as energy buffer, brown adipose tissue (BAT) converts stored energy (WAT) directly into heat. The vision is to find a way to reduce obesity related health problems.

histology

Optimized flows and IT tools for digital pathology

In digital pathology the histology samples are scanned to create digital images of the tissue, which can be analyzed on a computer screen. While the pathologist is still responsible for the evaluation and diagnosis, the digital environment is a valuable tool for image analysis to detect, measure and grade diagnostic findings.

Heart flow

Aunt Minnie Highlights CMIV Project

4D flow MRI shows smallest hint of LV dysfunction

CMIV Researchers Published Article in PNAS

Softwares for fMRI yield erroneous results

MRI 3T

Heavy Lift-off for Neurology Research

A new MRI camera is being installed at CMIV

ISMRM

CMIV at ISMRM

CMIV is contributing to the scientific program at ISMRM 2016

Amar Olof

CMIV Spin-off Involved in UK Biobank Study

AMRA will analyse 100 000 MRI scans for fat and muscle contents

Helene Hallmark Knutsson

Minister Visits CMIV

The minister for higher education and research, Helene Hallmark Knutsson visits LiU



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Last updated: 2016-08-26