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FOM NIG-project awarded for research on use of PET with proton therapy

20 October 2009

An application of Peter Dendooven of KVI together with Dennis Schaart of the TU Delft in the FOM-prgramme 'New physical instruments for health care' was recently awarded. The title of the project is 'In-silico studies on time-of-flight positron emission tomography for dose verification in proton therapy (ISoToPE)'. For this research FOM has given funds for two postdoc positions of 2.5 years plus a total running budget of k€ 51.

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