Research Departments Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

About us

Our research has a strong focus on early detection and early treatment of common diseases. It covers fundamental research on a molecular level, development of new medical devices and software tools, and translates these results to clinical applications that can be used in daily routine.

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About us

Our mission is to bridge the gap between research and practice and to help shape the future of healthcare. We use technology to make healthcare more affordable by increasing automation of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, thus freeing manpower for those areas in patient care in which the "human touch" is most needed.

The five fundamental science groups cover:

  1. ultrasound (MUSIC),
  2. biomedical MR (BioMR),
  3. diagnostic image analysis (DIAG),
  4. nuclear medicine (NucMed)
  5. advanced x-ray tomographic imaging (AXTI).

Clinical research is mainly focused on prostate, breast, chest and vascular disease.


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+31 (0)24 361 40 48
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Our researchers Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

A list of researchers connected to this department.

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Radboudumc Technology Center Imaging

The Imaging Technology Center provides cutting-edge technology and service for imaging-related preclinical and clinical research questions. This covers the spectrum from molecule to man to population.

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Patient care

This department also offers patient care. read more (in Dutch)

Getting there

Entrance: Radboudumc main entrance (hoofdingang)
Building: D
Floor: -1
Route: 757

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Getting there

Visiting address

Radboudumc main entrance
Geert Grooteplein Zuid 10
6525 GA Nijmegen

Postal address

Post 766, Radiology
P.O. Box 9101
6500 HB Nijmegen
The Netherlands


Go to Geert Grooteplein Zuid 10
Enter building at: Radboudumc main entrance (hoofdingang)
Go to Building D, Floor -1 and follow route 757

Dosimetry Core Unit

The Dosimetry Core Unit is part of the Department of Medical Imaging. We support effective and safe radionuclide therapy for cancer patients. We perform translational research, covering the whole range from bench to bedside.

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