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Computational Imaging Research Lab (CIR)

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The CIR lab is an interdisciplinary research group of scientists from medicine, computer science and mathematics.

CIR is a division of the Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy at the Medical University of Vienna conducting research at the interface of medical imaging, machine learning, and precision medicine. 

Our goal is to understand how to extract relevant knowledge from medical images, to model the relationship between images and biological mechanisms, and to develop methods for predicting individual disease course and treatment response. CIR lab is an international interdiscriplinary team with colleagues of diverse backgrounds joining projects with impact in science and patient care. CIR is a part of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Community at MedUni Wien.

ARTEMIS project

The international ARTEMIS project had its kick-off meeting on February 7th, 2024. It will develop novel technology to integrate machine learning and simulation methods for virtual twins in the diagnosis and treatment of fatty liver disease. 

The new CD Laboratory on Machine Learning Driven Precision Imaging was opened on June 6th 2023

The CD Lab MLPI will develop novel machine learning methods to assess and predict the response to treatment in lung cancer, and will investigating the bridge of imaging, disease biology and legal environment of using AI in cancer care. (Image: MUW)

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