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Department of Imaging & Pathology


Main organisation:Biomedical Sciences Group
Lifecycle:1 Jul 1977 →  Today
Organisation profile:

The Department of Imaging & Pathology conducts bidirectional research in imaging and pathology, with an aim to translate these new insights into better diagnostic and therapeutic applications with a definite social and economical endpoint. Major areas of research are: Multimodal morphological, functional and molecular cardiac imaging and neuro-imaging - Cell tracking and stem cell imaging - Total body imaging in oncology - Radiotracer development - Novel anticancer strategy - Translational cell and tissue research in gastrointestinal pathology,  oncology and inflammation - Forensic postmortem imaging and virtual reconstruction - Forensic genetics - Quality control and imaging reconstruction - Research in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Division for Radiology - Division for Histopathology - Division for Physical medicine - Division for Anatomy - Division for Nuclear Medicine - Division for Oncology and Experimental radiotherapy - Division for Dermatology - Division for Histochemistry and Cytochemistry - Biomedical Nuclear Magnetic Resonance unit (NMR)

Keywords:Morphology, Medical imaging
Disciplines:Laboratory medicine, Palliative care and end-of-life care, Regenerative medicine, Other basic sciences, Other health sciences, Nursing, Other paramedical sciences, Other translational sciences, Other medical and health sciences, Medical imaging and therapy