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PAMP (PSMA, Acetate and Multiparametric MRI for Prostate cancer)

Research project What does the images mean? Correlation of in-vivo imaging with histopathology for prostate cancer.

PAMP is a multi professional effort create a greater understanding of the properties of PSMA, Acetate and mp-MRI imaging for prostate cancer through correlation with histopathology. 55 prostate cancer patients has been included in the study.

Head of project

Tufve Nyholm
Professor, medical physicist
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Project overview

Project period:

Start date: 2022-01-01

Participating departments and units at Umeå University

Department of Radiation Sciences

Research area

Cancer

External funding

Swedish Cancer Society

External funding