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Martijn Dietze


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Martijn Dietze obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Astronomy from the Utrecht University. During his Bachelor's, he enrolled in an exchange year at the Australian National University and performed his thesis partly at DESY, Hamburg. He obtained his Master’s degree in Particle Physics from the University of Amsterdam. During his Master's, he participated in the summer school of CERN, Geneva and performed his thesis on proton radiography at Nikhef, Amsterdam. In 2020, he successfully defended his PhD thesis “Technical Development of Interventional Nuclear Imaging” under the supervision of prof. Hugo de Jong, prof. Max Viergever, and prof. Marnix Lam. He continued as a Postdoctoral Researcher and later as Assistant Professor in the Medical Physics group of the Radiology and Nuclear Medicine department to realize the clinical implementation of interventional nuclear imaging.

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Recent publications

Progress in large field-of-view interventional planar scintigraphy and SPECT imaging Martijn M A Dietze, Hugo W A M de Jong
Expert Review of Medical Devices, 2022, vol. 19, p.393-403
Interventional respiratory motion compensation by simultaneous fluoroscopic and nuclear imaging Martijn M A Dietze, Britt Kunnen, Marnix G E H Lam, Hugo W A M de Jong
Physics in medicine and biology, 2021, vol. 66
A compact and mobile hybrid C-arm scanner for simultaneous nuclear and fluoroscopic image guidance Martijn M.A. Dietze, Britt Kunnen, Frank Brontsema, Pascal Ramaekers, Casper Beijst, Maryam Afifah, Arthur J.A.T. Braat, Marnix G.E.H. Lam, Hugo W.A.M. de Jong
European Radiology, 2021, vol. 32, p.517-523
Monte Carlo-based scatter correction for the SMARTZOOM collimator Martijn M A Dietze, Britt Kunnen, Martina Stella, Hugo W A M de Jong
EJNMMI physics, 2020, vol. 7
Technical Note: Nuclear imaging with an x‐ray flat panel detector: A proof‐of‐concept study Martijn M A Dietze, Wilco J C Koppert, Rob van Rooij, Hugo W A M de Jong
Medical Physics, 2020, vol. 47, p.3363-3368