Molecular imaging for the evaluation of pathophysiology of the neurologic, cardiovascular and hepatobiliary system in small animals

01 February 2011 → 31 January 2021
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Nuclear imaging
    • Radiation therapy
    • Medical imaging and therapy not elsewhere classified
  • Engineering and technology
    • Biomedical image processing
    • Biomedical instrumentation
    • Biomedical modelling
Biomarkers quantification Biomedical imaging
Project description

Over the last 100 years, biomedical imaging has developed from simple two-dimensional X-ray imaging into a compendium of powerful multi-dimensional imaging techniques and has progressed in four distinct ways:

  • Standardized protocol allowing quantitative imaging
  • Innovations in medical devices
  • Innovations in imaging analysis
  • Innovations in imaging agents

Rsearch results related to these four domains are described, mainly in the field of laboratory animal imaging.