Norwegian center for Minimally invasive  Image guided Therapy and medical technologies, NorMIT, is a collaboration between Operating Rooms of the Future (FOR) at St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim and The Intervention Center at Oslo University Hospital ( OUS).

The startup was June 2014 and the project is supported by The Norwegian Research Council. The aim of the five year long project is to build competence and innovation within high tech medicine.

We are offering a national infrastructure for image guided treatment which can be used by all Norwegian universities and health institutions, as well as industrial actors within medical technology.

The infrastructure is located both at Oslo University Hospital and St. Olavs Hospital/NTNU, Trondheim.


Project owner: St. Olavs Hospital

The chairman is Jan Gunnar Skogås, who is also the managing director of the research infrastructure “Operating Room of the Future”. Co-chairman is Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes professor of medical technology.

NorMIT coordinator: Gunnar Gjeldnes

The following institutions are participating in NorMIT:

Oslo University Hospital, OUS, The Intervention Center

St. Olavs Hospital, Operating Rooms of the Future

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU

University of Oslo, UiO