CIBM CENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL IMAGING

Founded in 2004 with the generous support from the Fondation Leenaards and Fondation Louis-Jeantet, the CIBM Center for Biomedical Imaging is the result of a major research and teaching initiative of the partners in the Science-Vie-Société (SVS) project between the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), the Université de Lausanne (UNIL), Université de Genève (UNIGE), the Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG) and the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV).

Led 15 years by the Founding Director Rolf Gruetter, the CIBM has opened a new horizon in biomedical imaging by providing research scientists with the most advanced state of the art equipment and by facilitating medical doctors, scientists and engineers to work as a multidisciplinary team in order to advance basic science, translational and clinical research.

Appointed in April 2019, Executive Director, Pina Marziliano aims to further entice and nurture interdisciplinary collaborations in biomedical imaging and to lead CIBM in the second phase of its journey as a Swiss Research Centre of Excellence in biomedical imaging.

OUR VISION

Be recognised as a global leader in biomedical imaging for the advancement of science, health, medicine and technology. We achieve this through innovative research, knowledge dissemination, as well as, expertise and the provision of the latest high-end infrastructure.

OUR MISSION

To amplify the synergy of scientific, health care, and industrial use of biomedical imaging for maximum effectiveness of our partners and users in a vibrant, interdisciplinary research, teaching, and service environment.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Lead and play an umbrella role in biomedical imaging technology in the region

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Develop the latest cutting-edge biomedical imaging methods and technologies that are translational and clinically useful

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Invest and provide access to state-of- the-art infrastructure

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Provide expertise, training, technical support and networking opportunities to the CIBM Community

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Increase funding and diversify sources

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Establish a CIBM flagship strategic landmark project

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Increase synergy amongst different CIBM Sectio

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Be key opinion leaders in biomedical imaging

CORE VALUES

CIBM ORGANIGRAM

CIBM is governed by a Council and a Strategy Committee composed of senior leadership members from the five founding institutions. The Scientific Advisory Board is a committee of renowned international experts in biomedical imaging who advises the CIBM Council and the CIBM Scientific Steering Committee.
The CIBM Leadership consists of the Executive Director and the Scientific Steering Committee formed by all Section Heads.

CIBM-Organigram

CIBM GOVERNANCE

CIBM Council

Philippe Eckert

Philippe Eckert

CHUV General Director
Frederic Herman

Frederic Herman

UNIL Rector
Martin-Vetterli

Martin Vetterli

EPFL President
yflueckiger

Yves Flückiger

UNIGE Rector
bertrand-levrat

Bertrand Levrat

HUG General Director

CIBM Strategy Committee

reto mueli

Reto Meuli

CHUV Head of Medical Radiology
Estelle-Doudet

Estelle Doudet

UNIL Vice-Rector
Ana Fontcuberta

Anna Fontcuberta i Morral

EPFL Associate Vice President for Centers and Platforms
Antoine Geissbuhler.

Antoine Geissbuhler

UNIGE Vice-Rector
Jean-Paul-Vallee

Jean-Paul Vallée

HUG Head of Cardiovascular Radiology

CIBM Scientific Advisory Board

Sabine Kastner

Sabine Kastner

Princeton University, USA
Denis Le Bihan

Denis Le Bihan

Neurospin CEA Paris, France
markus_rudin

Markus Rudin

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

CIBM LEADERSHIP

CIBM Executive Director

CIBM Scientific Steering Committee

CIBM Community