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Annual Report 2023

The Centre has published it’s annual report for 2023. Read about MedTechLabs research, results and impact on society, by downloading the report…

Research

MedTechLabs do Research within Imaging and non-invasive methods, AI in healthcare and Bioelectronic medicine. Each research area is covered by one or more Research programs.The research may include prevention as well as diagnosis and therapy. Within the Spectral CT and Endovascular techniques program, a Fellowship program is also ongoing.

Research

All projects belong to one of MedTechLabs four research programmes or research areas.

Videos

Learn more about our several groundbreaking projects. The videos are in Swedish with English subtitles.

People

20 Research leaders are affiliated to MedTechLabs collaborating on translational research.

44 ‎ MSEK

Our Research leaders received Grants of SEK 44 million, an exchange 3:1 of MedTechLabs funding, SEK 14 million

46 ‎ %

The proportion of publications accepted into the most prestigious (top 20%) journals was 46.5 percent.

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Interview | Patrik Jarwoll, new member of the board

We talked with Patrik Jarwoll and asked him to introduce himself, why he joined MedTechLabs, and how he will contribute to the…

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Seminar: Modern Diagnostic X-Ray Sources

Welcome to an exciting seminar with Rolf Behling, one of the world’s leading experts on x-ray sources for medical imaging and author…

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Annual Report 2023

The Centre has published it’s annual report for 2023. Read about MedTechLabs research, results and impact on society, by downloading the report…

About us

The centre is a long-term investment initiated in 2018 and managed by KTH, Karolinska Institutet and Region Stockholm with the intention of contributing to the development of medical technology from a national and international perspective by needs-motivated, clinically-based research and education.

Our goal is for MedTechLabs to become a world-leading medical technology research center.

Mats Danielsson

Professor of Medical Imaging Physics at KTH.