Recent advances in medical imaging methods e.g. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound (US) have enabled a refined characterization of morphologic changes observed in various abdominal diseases. Furthermore, novel functional imaging methods may provide information regarding the function of the abdominal organs and of the tumors arising there. This information may prove highly relevant for treatment and prognosis of abdominal diseases. The main focus of Bergen Abdominal Imaging Research Group is to identify and validate clinically relevant imaging biomarkers in order to enable tailored and individualized treatment in patients with abdominal disease.
Jarle Rørvik (email@example.com) (professor, leader)
Ingfrid S. Haldorsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) (professor, leader)
Tom Kristian Holm Adamsen, Lars A. Akslen, Erling Andersen, Martin Biermann, Njål Brekke, Eli Eikefjord, Lars Ersland, Renate Grüner, Erik Hanson, Erlend Hodneland, Jenny Husby, Are Losnegård , Arvid Lundervold, Inger Johanne Magnussen, Antonella Munthe-Kaas, Tina Pavlin, Lars Anders Rokne Reisæter, Bernt Reitan, Cecilie Brekke Rygh, Jostein Sæterstøl, Jo Erling Riise Waage, Gaute K Wathle, Sigmund Ytre-Hauge