Research interests

" Advanced optical imaging of the oesophagus during cancer therapy "

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a minimally invasive imaging technique to obtain cross sectional images with high resolution (1-10μm). This project aims on exploring the use of OCT in both lung and esophageal cancer patients. For the lung cancer patients, we aim to diagnose and quantify the radiation-induced esophagitis. Macroscopical disease extent  is currently determined with endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)in esophageal cancer patients; OCT has potential to act asa promising imaging modality to improve knowledge of the disease extent beyond the EUS finding.

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Image-guided RT for oesophageal cancer, optical coherence tomography, Cardiac electrophysiology

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