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The Jonasson Centre for Medical Imaging

The Jonasson Centre for Medical Imaging was established in 2014 after a donation from Kerstin och Rune Jonasson. The overall aim of the Centre is for healthcare, technology and research in the region to become world-leading within image function.

Rune and Kerstin Jonasson

In 2011, KTH Royal Institute of Technology received a donation of 70 million SEK from Rune Jonasson (1925–2019) and Kerstin Jonasson (1923–2017).

It was one of the major donations of private kind in the history of KTH.

The endowment shall primarily be used for research purposes within the field of medical engineering, through the procurement of qualified equipment for medical imaging.

The intention is to create a high technology infrastructure constituting a platform for research collaboration between KTH, Karolinska Institutet and the Karolinska University Hospital, within the field of medical engineering.

Part of the endowment can also be used to recruit cutting-edge expertise in the field. Four million SEK are dedicated to research collaboration with South Korea.

Skärmbild från tidningen Fair, Nordea Private Banking, 2015.

They gave away everything

The Summer 2015 issue of Nordea Private Banking's magazine Fair contains a report about KTH's donors Kerstin and Rune Jonasson.

They gave away everything (In Swedish) (PDF 7.9 MB)

Page responsible:Dmitry Grishenkov
Belongs to: The Jonasson Centre for Medical Imaging
Last changed: Oct 14, 2022