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I want to improve the treatment of prostate cancer. The SPCG-7 study shows that the addition of radiation therapy to local high-risk tumors halves the risk of death in prostate cancer.
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging
PhD-candidate in Clinical Oncology at the Deptartment of Radiation Sciences. National Coordinator for RCT study on clinical practice in genetic counselling & prevention efforts in hereditary cancer.
My research focus is on medical ultrasound imaging with vascular and neuromuscular applications.
M.D, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Resident Physician in Oncology
Wallenberg Molecular Medicine Fellow
PhD student focusing on quantitative methods for PET/CT and PET/MR.
Working with MRI and PET brain imaging, as well as data from the Human Connectome Project. Especially interessted in the dopamine system.
I work with research and development projects and have a doctoral degree in medical technology since 2015. I work mainly with developing new biomechanical models for studies of body movements.
I'm working with physics-related aspects of nuclear magnetic resonance, quality control and data processing of magnetic resonance imaging of the brain.
Hospital engineer, assoc. prof. in biomedical engineering and adjunct university lecturer. Research and development within medical technology and movement analysis.
Statistician, associate professor and docent in cancer epidemiology.
Katharina Wulff studies the physiological mechanisms of mammalian timing behaviour from infancy to adulthood and the way in which biological clocks exploit daylight to entrain to the environment.
I am Pro-Vice-Chancellor and responsible for research and doctoral education in medicine, natural sciences and technology, and third-stream activities and internationalisation.
I am working in the Öhlund lab concentrating on the development of a novel tracer for the early detection of pancreatic cancer
Lars Nyberg serves as Professor of Neuroscience and director of Umeå Center for Functional Brain Imaging (UFBI). He is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Senior lecturer and co-ordinator for the clinical course 2 for the medical students. Senior consultant at the Cancer Centre where I mostly work with brain tumors, lung cancer and thyroid cancer.
Biomedical Engineer, Docent and adjunct Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering. Research areas: Movement analysis, pressure and flow dynamics and quality registries.
I am an associate professor in Oncology Nursing with a combined position at Cancercentrum, NUS.
My main research area is mnemonic training across the lifespan. I am also involved in projects regarding human olfaction.
My research is about developing new methods to use ultrasound to identity and analyse motor units in skeletal muscle tissue.
Professor in radiation physics with applications to radiotherapy. The primary focus is application of advanced imaging to guide and individualize radiotherapy.
Associate professor in Biomedical Engineering. Adjunct lecturer at Department of Radiation Sciences. Employed at the Department of Biomedical engineering, R&D, Umeå University Hospital.