In association with the Chair for Biological Imaging at the Technical University Munich (TUM), IBMI is actively engaged into engineering necessary technology and work platforms for in-vivo imaging from living organisms to humans. Central to the key in achieving these goals, IBMI integrates highly interdisciplinary skills and bridges with maths, physics, engineering, chemistry, biology and medicine led by Prof. Vasilis Ntziachristos.
The key focus areas are (i) Development of new imaging devices, (ii) multi-modality systems, (iii) advancing imaging and image reconstruction theories and methods and (iv) development of models for the interrogation of new technologies.
Watch out for the new updated website coming out soon in January 2013!
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