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Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy

The Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy offers the most modern diagnostic imaging and image-guided therapies, not only for patients of the General Hospital of Vienna. The medical university campus is one of the largest and busiest (most active) clinics in Europe with four specialized  clinical departments that serve numerous patients in Austria, and the neighbouring countries.


One hundred physicians and nearly 500 other employees operate the necessary medical equipment for diagnosis and image-guided treatments. As part of our training, we aspire not only to provide the best care possible for each and every patient; we also value the interaction and communication with our patients throughout the workup and management of their medical condition.

Scientifically, we are at the forefront of research in Europe, focusing on the basic building blocks, as well as translational imaging research. We are involved in and support numerous multi-national projects which allows us unlimited cooperation with the international scientific community Our goal is to offer you the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic developments as quickly as possible. We would welcome any questions or comments you may have regarding our research.

Our students are eager to immerse themselves in the clinical specialties. With more than 2940 hours of instruction in all areas of the medical curriculum, the students have also been attracted to engage in research projects for the diploma thesis, as well as PhD levels. In particular, many innovative projects have attracted such students to pursue their projects in the medical imaging section.

We collaborate with our colleagues in academic medicine, healthcare, industry and information technology to develop innovations that allow us to bring the best care possible to you, our patients.