MedViz – a Research & Development cluster in Bergen. MedViz is a cluster of groups performing interdisciplinary research in advanced image analysis and visualisation bridging the gap between “bench and bedside”. MedViz also includes imaging physics and fundamental biomedical translational research. Our mission is to promote the development of biomedical and clinical imaging technologies with the ultimate goal of improving diagnosis and treatment of patients. MedViz wants to develop new clinical methods for potential commercialisation by means of denovo software for analysis, decision support and visual communication.
Visualization Group

Aging - cognition, brain imaging and genetics

You are all invited at the next Visual Computing Forum seminar, which will be held on Friday March 1. The seminar will take place from 10.15 to 11.15. at the Høyteknologisenteret, datablokk, in the Lille Auditorium at the second floor.
Our speakers will be Astri J Lundervold (Professor, Department of Biological and Medical and Psychology, UiB) and Arvid Lundervold (Professor, Department of Biomedicine, UiB). They will present us their recent study on the aging process.
You can find more details in the enclosed flyer or on our website:
We hope to see you all on Friday.

VCF is relatively easy to visit from the hospital by the Campus bus leaving Haukeland at 9h40 and return trip leaving Høyteknologisenteret at 11h35.


Best regards,

The Visualization Group 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 12:47

PET BASICS-course from Turku University in Finland

The internationally leading Turku PET Centre is offering their "PET BASICS-course" on 8-10 April 2013. We are happy to inform that the course is open also to PhD candidates from Norwegian universities and university hospitals.

MedIm - Norwegian Research School in Medical Imaging - will offer travel and accommodation grants for PhD candidates from Norway who are accepted as participants to the course in Turku. There is no course fee. The deadline for application is 25 March 2013.

The course is awarded 2 credits for the PhD in Finland. However, this is not automatically accepted in the Norwegian credit system. Each Norwegian participant will have to apply to her/his PhD Program or Faculty to have the ECTS-credits accepted into the PhD Training program.

For further information about the course and the travel grants from MedIm:

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 13:10
PhD course Ultrasound

PhD course:

Simulation methods in ultrasound imaging

The course will be offered this spring at NTNU. PhD candidates and Research program medical students travelling to Trondheim to attend the course will receive travel- and accommodation grants from MedIm – Norwegian Research School in Medical Imaging.
MEDT8007 Simulation methods in ultrasound imaging at NTNU, Trondheim:  
Week 12 (19-22 Mars) Week 17 (22-25 April)
Registration deadline: 15 February 2013
Course coordinator: Lasse Løvstakken, ISB, NTNU
MEDT8007 will give a theoretical and practical introduction to ultrasound simulation models for linear and non-linear wave propagation, as well as a practical introduction to simulation of pulse-echo imaging. Transducer modeling and simulation is also covered. Course material will be hand-outs in addition to the book “Foundations og biomedical ultrasound” by Richard Cobbold.
Please find a full course description in MedIm's list of available medical imaging courses:
 Link to registration for candidates outside NTNU:
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 13:15
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