Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre

Image by Eivind Senneset, UIB

Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre

The Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre (MMIV) has been established in collaboration between the University of Bergen and the Haukeland University Hospital through financial support from the Bergen Research Foundation (BFS) to promote cross-disciplinary research activities related to state-of-the-art imaging equipment such as preclinical and clinical high field MRI, CT and hybrid PET/CT/MR.

The aim of the Centre is to research new methods in quantitative imaging and interactive visualization to predict changes in health and disease across spatial and temporal scales. This encompassed research in tissue feature detection, feature extraction and feature prediction.

With emphasis on the natural sciences, the long-term goal of the Centre is to achieve excellence in the interplay between imaging (physics, chemistry, radiography, radiology), visualization (computer science and mathematics) and in vivo clinical and research applications (including applications in basic research and preclinical validation).

We are hiring!

A total of 14 positions are/will be announced soon:

Debate: ‘Artificial Intelligence in health care’

Today two members of the MMIV centre team, Arvid and Alexander Lundervold are featuring in a panel discussion at the Bergen public library on 'Artificial Intelligence in health care'. The discussion starts at 18:00, and more information can be found on the event...

Obituary: Jarle Rørvik (1954-2018)

We have received the very sad news that Prof. Jarle Rørvik passed away on March 1st, 2018.  He attended a congress in Vienna, Austria, when it happened and appeared in good shape and full vigor with his professional pursuits until the very last day.  We are shocked...
Centre projects

Computational medical imaging and machine learning – methods, infrastructure and applications

Precision imaging in gynecologic cancer

Visual Data Science for Large Scale Hypothesis Management in Imaging Biomarker Discovery

Computational medical imaging and machine learning – methods, infrastructure and applications

Precision imaging in gynecologic cancer

Visual Data Science for Large Scale Hypothesis Management in Imaging Biomarker Discovery

Contact

Postal address

Medical Imaging and Visualization Centre
att. Renate Grüner, Centre leader
Haukeland University Hospital
Dept of Radiology
Post Office Box 1400
N – 5021 Bergen