Swedish Bioimaging

 
 

Swedish Bioimaging is a network aiming at facilitating collaboration between researchers in Sweden working in bioimaging and related fields. Bioimaging methods are today an integral part in both biomedical research and clinical practice, and spans the full spectrum from molecule to man.


Swedish Bioimaging was founded in 2010 and the number of members is now more than 120. The network has been awarded a RFI infrastructure grant for 2010-2014, and has also been awarded a RFI grant for large databases for 2012 and 2013.


In addition to being a national network, Swedish Bioimaging is actively preparing for a Swedish participation in the EuroBioImaging infrastructure project that is on the ESFRI 2008 roadmap.




NEWS


The next Swedish Bioimaging National Meeting is approaching and will take place in Uppsala, May 7th. Updated program and registration information:

Program National meeting Uppsala May 7th, updated.pdf


Members of Swedish Bioimaging have been successful in receiving grants from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. Of the SEK 203 millions awarded for investment in infrastructure of national importance at Sweden’s universities, a total of 102 millions are awarded three applications related to bioimaging. Main applicants of the three applications are Professor Andrew Ewing, Professor Bernt Eric Uhlin, and Professor Mats Larhed. More information: https://www.wallenberg.com/kaw/en/sek-203-million-awarded-swedish-universities-advanced-research-equipment-0


Three postdoctoral fellowships in mathematics of medical imaging at KTH are open for application. More information: post-doc.pdf


Thank you all for particapating in the Swedish Bioimaging National Meeting, April 15th, Göteborg. Presentations from the meeting are posted  at the Event page


Swedish Bioimaging has in July, 2012, been granted support for an agenda in the VINNOVA call for Strategiska forsknings- och innovationsagendor. More information


Swedish Bioimaging has been awarded a RFI planning grant  for 2013 to establish large databases for bioimaging (November 2012)






welcome to swedish bioimaginG!

 

Participants at the 3rd annual meeting in Umeå 22 March 2012