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The Institute

The Institute for Cancer Genetics and Informatics (ICGI) is a department within the Division of Cancer Medicine at Oslo University Hospital (OUS), and is located at the Norwegian Radium Hospital in Oslo, Norway.

 

Our Organization

We have a multifunctional team structure, a matrix organization. Among our 70 employees are surgeons, pathologists, computer scientists, professors, PhD-students, technicians, system developers, health personnel and bio-engineers.

 

Institute Overview

The ICGI, formerly known as the Institute for Medical Informatics (IMI), uses informatics as a method to study genetic alterations in cancer, and our overall goal is to enable better cancer treatment through improved diagnostics.

Chief Editor: Prof. HÃ¥vard E. Danielsen
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