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Medical Imaging Cluster

About us

  • The Medical Imaging Cluster (MIC) oversees the collaboration of several institutions and research bodies involved in imaging at the Medical University of Vienna, and represents these organisations in seven, theme-oriented focal areas of scientific nodes. The MIC focuses on cooperative agreements with other research clusters within the Medical University of Vienna and abroad.
  • The objective of the Medical Imaging Cluster is to effect a fundamental paradigm shift in access to translational research from the single cell to the individual.
  • New ways must be developed in order to diagnose disease earlier, determine its nature more effectively, and evaluate new therapeutic approaches.
  • The synthesis of anatomical, functional, and molecular information – provided by an extensive and innovative array of imaging methods – will play a key role in realising bench-to-bedside personalised medicine. 

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04. April 2024

Anomaly guided segmentation: Introducing semantic context for lesion segmentation in retinal OCT using weak context supervision from anomaly detection

Philipp Seeböck, a member of the MIC-Node ICAV, has recently published this groundbreaking paper.
02. April 2024

EXTENDED DEADLINES for the upcoming MIC Festival 2024

Upon several request from MIC-Members, we decided to extend the following deadlines:  
09. Februar 2024

AI-Enhanced Blood Cell Recognition and Analysis: Advancing Traditional Microscopy with the Web-Based Platform IKOSA

A project Manuel Campos-Medina presented last year (2023) on the MIC festival was recently published in an open access journal. The paper focuses on…