Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at UiB
Nuclear Medicine at UiB

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine was established at the University of Bergen in March 2006. Nuclear medicine/PET-centre at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen is part of the Department of Radiology. We perform all conventional nuclear medicine as well as positron emission tomography with [18F]FDG, [11C]methionine (only site in Norway), [18F]FLT (only site in Norway), [18F]FMISO (only site in Norway), [18F]FDOPA (only site in Norway), [68Ga]DOTATOC, and [18F]PSMA-1007, all produced in our own cyclotron/radiochemistry unit according to GMP standard. Thyroid and parathyroid imaging is routinely performed with high-resolution ultrasound of the neck including ultrasound-guided biopsies if indicated.


The FIJI PET/CT viewer

Fuji/orthanc client server solution at uib.no for student training
Martin Biermann, UiB
Hybrid PET/MR
Hybrid PET/MR at the PET center in Bergen. This is the URL to the video: https://radioweb.h.uib.no/nuclear/PETMR/
Martin Biermann, UiB

Main content

Nuclear Medicine is taught in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th years as part of the compulsory course in Medical Imaging and has been awarded the Medical Faculty's Teaching Quality award 2017.

Selected Online lectures:
Thyroid scintigraphy
Nuclear medicine in a nutshell

Teaching ressources