Jeroen Goos is assistant professor at the Department for Clinical NeuroScience, Karolinska Institutet.
With focus on our most common diseases and medical challenges. Our current research areas include Imaging and non-invasive methods, AI in healthcare, and Bioelectronic medicine.
In 2021, approximately 25,400 people were affected and 5,900 died with a stroke (cerebral infarction or cerebral hemorrhage). Source: National Board of Health and Welfare.
In 2021, approximately 23,000 people had an acute heart attack in Sweden and 4,700 people died. Source: National Board of Health and Welfare
In 2021, 75,313 malignant tumors were reported for 68,810 individuals. The most common form of cancer among women is breast cancer. Source: National Board of Health and Welfare
Kidney failure is a hidden public disease that affects one in ten Swedes. Source Swedish Kidney Association
Each research area is covered by one or more research programmes. The research may include prevention as well as diagnosis and therapy.
The areas are determined after the top managers of the major hospitals and the primary health care have identified needs, and Karolinska Institutet and KTH Royal Institute of Technology have commented on research interests and competence.
Projects are announced within the respective programs. An assessment group consisting of national and international experts is appointed by the steering committee. The assessment group proposes a ranking of applications. The steering committee then recommends which projects will be granted funds.
To ensure clinical relevance in the projects, participation of volunteers and healthy subjects is a prerequisite. This is possible within MedTechLabs through the involvement of Region Stockholm. The projects within the centre should follow good clinical research practice (GCP), ethics testing teams and other ethics of care and research ethics. They should also be approved by the proper authorities.
Focus on recruitment of the Faculty of Applied Sciences
MedTechLabs also involves an effort to recruit young researchers to KTH and KI in the form of assistant lecturers. Collaboration in technology and clinical research creates the conditions for research results that can then be implemented in health care for the benefit of the patient.
Strategic recruitments with career paths at KTH or Karolinska Institutet have been conducted to strengthened the research program Spectral CT-imaging and Endovascular Techniques. The fellowship programme may be expanded with mobility programmes in order to attract internationally renowned researchers to conduct their research at MedTechLabs, hosted by either KTH or Karolinska Institutet.
MedTechLabs has 14 research leaders who are affiliated to the centre. Each program is led by a Program Director from KI and KTH respectively.
Mats Persson is assistant professor at the Department of Physics, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Johan Lundberg is assistant professor at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet and head for the MR…
Program Director Optical 3D microscopy for more effective diagnosis of kidney diseases. Docent in Biophysics at KTH. Head of…
Program Director Optical 3D microscopy for more effective diagnosis of kidney diseases. Research leader and MD at Department of…
Program Director Breast Cancer Imaging powered by Artificial Intelligence Diagnostics. Associate professor in computer vision and biomedical image analysis…
Program Director Bioelectronic medicine and Head of Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medicine at Karolinska Institutet.
Program Director Breast Cancer Imaging powered by Artificial Intelligence Diagnostics. Professor of Pathology at Karolinska Institutet. Pathologist at Södersjukhuset.
Program Director Bioelectronic Medicine and Professor in Mathematical Statistics at KTH.
Program Director Spectral CT and Endovascular Techniques, Professor in Medical Imaging, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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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.