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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

Project overview

Project period:

Start date: 2022-01-01

Participating departments and units at Umeå University

Department of Diagnostics and Intervention, Department of Radiation Sciences

Research area


External funding

Swedish Cancer Society

External funding

Latest update: 2021-11-25