Research unit Medical Physics

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Zernikelaan
25
Groningen
9747 AA
Netherlands
  • Phone: +31 50 363 3600
  • Fax: +31 50 363 4003

Organisational unit profile

The research unit Medical Physics of KVI-CART focuses on topics related to the clinical application of radiation, both for diagnostics and therapy. We combine our physics expertise with knowledge and experience from the clinic in order to optimize existing applications of radiation and to investigate innovative applications and develop them for clinical use. We focus on some critical issues related to proton beam radiotherapy which will contribute to the full utilization of the dosimetric benefit of proton beams.

Publications
  1. The response of three-dimensional spheroids to particle radiotherapy

    Nagle, P., Hosper, N., Ploeg, E., van Goethem, M-J., Langendijk, H., Chiu, R. & Coppes, R. 2015

    Research output: ScientificAbstract

  2. Comparative study of the effects of different radiation qualities on normal human breast cells

    Juerß, D., Zwar, M., Giesen, U., Nolte, R., Kriesen, S., Baiocco, G., Puchalska, M., van Goethem, M-J., Manda, K. & Hildebrandt, G. 25-Sep-2017 In : Radiation oncology. 12, 1, 10 p., 159

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

  3. Proton tracking in a high-granularity Digital Tracking Calorimeter for proton CT purposes

    Pettersen, H. E. S., Alme, J., Biegun, A., van den Brink, A., Chaar, M., Fehlker, D., Meric, I., Odland, O. H., Peitzmann, T., Rocco, E., Ullaland, K., Wang, H., Yang, S., Zhang, C. & Rohrich, D. 11-Jul-2017 In : Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research section a-Accelerators spectrometers detectors and associated equipment. 860, p. 51-61 11 p.

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

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Press / Media
  1. Interview

    Aleksandra Biegun

    01/01/2016

    1 media contribution

    Press / Media: Research

  2. Beam-on PET tracks proton dose in real time

    Peter Dendooven

    20/11/2015

    1 item of media coverage

    Press / Media: Research

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Activities
  1. Future production of medical radioisotopes

    Brandenburg, S. (Speaker)
    19-Feb-2018

    Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

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