I am a professor in medical physics with specialty in radiotherapy physics. My research interests are inexternal beam radiotherapy, image guidance, brachytherapy, proton radiotherapy and preclinical radiation research.
Radiation physics, imaging (x-rays and ultrasound), Monte Carlo simulations, preclinical research.
Professional career history
I graduated with a degree in physics in engineering from the university of Ghent (belgium), where i also obtained a PhD in medical physics. I then worked as researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research (London) and the National Physical Laboratory (London). I was associate professor in medical physics at McGill University (Montreal), and now professor of medical physics at Maastricht University, and Head of Clinical Physics Research at MAASTRO Clinic (Maastricht, Netherlands).