Department: Department of of Radiology
University: University Medical Center Groningen
Paul E. Sijens, born in 1959 in the Netherlands, obtained his PhD in 1988. The chapters of his thesis "31P NMR spectroscopy of tumors in the evalu¬ation of respon¬se to therapy" (University of Utrecht) were published in Cancer Research (2x), International Journal of Hyperthermia, NMR in Biomedicine (2x) and Radiology. After having worked as the project scientist in Utrecht from 1983-1989, he did a postdoc at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in the group of Dr. Thian Ng (1989-1991). The resultant 31P and 19F MR spectroscopy studies were published in Cancer Research, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Investigative Radiology. From 1991-2000 he was in charge of clinical MR spectroscopy at Daniel den HoedCancerCenter (Department of Radiolo¬gy, Chairman: Dr. M Oudkerk). Since 2000 he has been responsible for MRI research at the Department of Radiology, University Medical Center Groningen (prof. dr. R.A. Dierckx)In charge of experimental and preclinical MR imaging with the main focus on neuro-, breast- cardio- and liver MR applications and on quantitative image analysis and segmentation. Since 2002 he has been the associate professor at University of Groningen (RUG). His current functions include faculty membership of the European School of Radiology (ESOR), board membership of Research Foundation Flanders.He is author of 125 international scientific papers cited 2182 times (with Hirsch index 27).
His research interest currently focuses on MR imaging and its applications in areas of Neurology, Breast Cancer, Cardiology, and Hepatology and on quantitative image analysis and segmentation.
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