BMIC - user guidelines

BMIC supports both clinical and preclinical Positron Emission Tomography (PET) research studies. Examples of research projects involves psychiatric disorders, neurodegenerative disorders and neuropsychopharmacology, aging and cancer. Several academic and sponsored research studies utilize PET as a tool supporting drug development.

New user

If you are interested in performing a PET research study at the BMIC facility services for your research, please send an email to or the unit head Anton Forsberg Morén ( After receiving your request, we will contact you to schedule a meeting to discuss the project.

Training information

PET studies performed at BMIC is done as fee for service. Due to very high demands on specific expertise and radiation regulations all parts of a PET experiment are done by BMIC staff. 

Training and education in image processing and data analyses can be done together with BMIC at request and coverage of incurred costs. Please contact us for a discussion on needs and format of support.

Booking in iLab

Requests and bookings are made in the KI cloud based core facility management system iLab, which is connected to the identity management system used by KI. All BMIC users need to register for an account iLab before booking our services or using our instruments.