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Institute for Medical and Analytical Technologies

Research and development in the innovative sphere of medicine, technology, industry and higher education.

The Institute for Medical and Analytical Technologies conducts research into diagnostics in living organisms and therapeutic systems. This work focuses on patient-specific solutions and on processing, analysing and communicating medical data. In cooperation with our partners, we address problems from the field of medicine and develop innovative solutions from the initial idea through to a functional model.

We are a competent research and development partner and devise practical solutions to current problems. Our staff offer experience of industry which they channel into their teaching as well as their research.

Our infrastructure includes devices that enable us to produce complex implants from the initial idea through to the sterilised packaging, and a demo operating theatre to test intraoperative integration solutions. Mechanical and electrical workshops, state-of-the-art measurement technology, a clean room and an S2 lab also support our researchers in their work.

Our fields of research

Implant development

Developing and testing medical implants by producing complex components from all manner of different materials using additive manufacturing.

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Surgical support systems

Improving surgical outcomes by employing innovative medical technology.

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Medical computer sciences

Computer sciences in the life sciences, in medicine and in the healthcare sector.

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Our range of courses

Medical Computer Sciences

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Medical Technology

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Prof. Dr. Erik Schkommodau Head of Institute for Medical and Analytical Technologies Telephone : +41 61 228 54 19 E-Mail :

Institute for Medical and Analytical Technologies

School of Life Sciences FHNW Gründenstrasse 40 CH-4132 Muttenz
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