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  1. Alsner, Jan. Associate professor, AUH. WP01 leader. WP coordinator.
  2. Andersen Claus. Associate professor, Risø-DTU. WP08 leader.
  3. Andreassen, Nicolaj. MD PhD, AUH.
  4. Bangsgaard, Jens-Peter. Medical physicist, RH. CAK.
  5. Bassler, Niels. Associate professor, AU.
  6. Behrens, Claus. Physicist PhD, Herlev.
  7. Bentzen, Lise. MD PhD, AUH.
  8. Brink, Carsten. Associate professor, OUH. WP05 leader.
  9. Busk, Morten. Senior scientist PhD, AUH
  10. Carl, Jesper. Chief physicist, Aalborg. WP07 leader, CAK
  11. Engelholm, Svend Aage. Professor MD, RH. IP11 coordinator.
  12. Eriksen, Jesper Grau. MD PhD, OUH
  13. Fledelius, Walther. Postdoc, AUH
  14. Grau, Cai. Professor MD, AUH. Scientific coordinator. CAK
  15. Hansen, Olfred. MD PhD, OUH. IP02 coordinator. CAK
  16. Havsteen, Hanne. MD PhD, Herlev. IP13 coordinator
  17. Helt-Hansen, Jakob. Senior scientist, Risø-DTU
  18. Høyer, Morten. Associate professor MD, AUH. IP06 and IP08 coordinator.
  19. Jakobsen, Anders. Professor MD, Vejle. IP09 coordinator. CAK
  20. Johansen, Jørgen. MD PhD, OUH
  21. Korreman, Stine. Director of Physics Research, RH. WP06 leader. CAK.
  22. Kristensen, Brian. Chief physicist, Herlev. CAK
  23. Larsen, Rasmus. Professor, DTU.
  24. Laursen, Louise Vagner. Academic coordinator, post doc. AUH
  25. Lauritzen, Bent. Head of programme, Risø-DTU. CAK
  26. Lindegaard, Jacob. Associate professor MD, AUH. IP10 and IP 12 coordinator.
  27. Lühr, Armin. Postdoc, AU.
  28. Muren, Ludvig. Associate professor, AUH
  29. Nielsen, Thomas. Postdoc, AUH
  30. Nordsmark, Marianne. MD PhD, AUH. WP02 leader and IP05 coordinator.
  31. Nørrevang, Ole. Chief physicist, AUH
  32. Offersen, Birgitte. MD PhD, AUH. IP03 coordinator.
  33. Overgaard, Jens. Professor MD, AUH. Director. IP01 coordinator
  34. Pedersen, Erik Morre. MD PhD, AUH
  35. Petersen, Jørgen. Senior scientist PhD, AUH.
  36. Petersen, Peter Meidahl. MD PhD, RH. IP08 leader.
  37. Poulsen, Per Rugaard. Senior scientist PhD, AUH.
  38. Skogholt, Peter. Medical physicist, Vejle Sygehus.
  39. Sørensen, Brita Singers. Postdoc, AUH.
  40. Sørensen, Thomas Sangild. Associate professor, AU. WP03 leader.
  41. Specht, Lena. Professor MD, RH. IP04 coordinator.
  42. Tanderup, Kari. Postdoc, AUH. WP coordinator.
  43. Vogelius, Ivan. Postdoc, RH. WP09 leader.
  44. Wojdacz, Tomasz. Postdoc, AU.
  45. Østergaard, Leif. Professor, AUH. WP04 leader.

 

 

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PhD students

 

 

 

  1. Appelt, Ane: Evaluation of dose plan quality with focus on prediction of side-effects following radiotherapy of lung and rectum [Evaluering af dosisplankvalitet med fokus på prædiktion af bivirkninger ved strålebehandling af lunge og rectum]. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed March 2014.
  2. Bertelsen, Anders: Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT®) - advantages and disadvantages. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed June 2012.
  3. Bjerre, Troels: Automated Image-Based Procedures for Adaptive Radiotherapy. Danish Technical University. Project completed 2013.
  4. Brøndum, Line: Predictive and prognostic markers in head and neck cancer patients. Aarhus University (enrolled 2012).
  5. Bøje, Charlotte: The importance of comorbidity for the outcome of radiotherapy for head and neck cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2013.
  6. Christensen, Bekka A.O.: Postmastectomy breast reconstruction. Evaluation of factors influencing early and long-term outcome. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2011.
  7. D'Andrea, Filippo: Genetic or microenvironmental origin of radioresistance in sarcoma) Studies in mesenchymal cancer stem cells derived soft tissue sarcoma model. Aarhus University. Project completed December 2011.
  8. Dieperink, Karin: A new everyday life – rehabilitation and mastering late effects of radiotherapy for prostate cancer [En ny hverdag - Rehabilitering og mestring af senfølger efter kurativ strålebehandling for prostatacancer]. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed August 2013.
  9. Due, Anne Kirkebjerg: Imaging and tumour definition in IMRT of head and neck cancer [Billed-dannelse og tumordefinition ved IMRT af hoved-halscancer]. Copenhagen University. Project completed 2012.
  10. Elstrøm, Ulrik Vindelev: Image-guided adaptive radiotherapy of head and neck cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2011.
  11. Emmertsen, Katrine: Influence of neoadjuvant radiotherapy on bowel, urinary and sexual function after treatment for rectal cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed September 2013.
  12. Farr, Katherina P.: Individualised aproach in radical radiotherapy of stage III lung cancer incorporating functional imaging in the treatment planning. Aarhus University. Project completed November 2015.
  13. Fode, Mette Marie: Towards biology adapted stereotactic body radiation therapy of liver metastases. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2017.
  14. Gottlieb, Karina Lindberg: Investigation of respiration induced intra- and inter-fractional tu-mour motion using a standard Cone Beam CT. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed 2012.
  15. Grantzau, Trine: Risk of second primary cancer among Danish women with breast cancer treated with postoperative radiotherapy. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2014.
  16. Hansen, Anders Elias: Characterization, regulation and the role ofhypoxia and markers of hy-poxia to radiotherapy of canine soft tissue sarcomas *a spontaneous model of human disease. Copenhagen University. Project completed August 2011.
  17. Hansen, David C.: Improving Ion Computed Tomography. Aarhus University. Project completed November 2014.
  18. Hassan, Mohammed: Preliminary Results, Quality Assurance and Biological Studies of Head and Neck Cancer patients undergoing accelerated radiotherapy with or without Nimorazole in a randomized multicenter trial. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2015.
  19. Havelund, Birgitte Mayland: Clinical aspects of hypoxia-inducible factors in colorectal cancer [Kliniske aspekter af hypoksi-inducible faktorer ved colorectal cancer]. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed 2012.
  20. Herrmann, Rochus: Investigation of dosimetric and radiobiological models for particle therapy. Aarhus University, project completed 2012.
  21. Hoff, Camilla: Importance of Hemoglobin Concentration and its Modification for the Outcome of Head and Neck Cancer Patients treated with Radiotherapy. Aarhus University. Project completed April 2012.
  22. Haack, Søren: Diffusion Weighted MRI for Radiotherapy Planning. Aarhus University. Project completed February 2015.
  23. Kaiser, Franz-Joachim: Novel Dosimetry Methods in Heavy Charged Particle Beams. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2013.
  24. Kallehauge, Jesper: Functional Imaging for Individualized Adaptive Radiotherapy in Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2013.
  25. Kertzscher, Gustavo: Real-time radiation dosimetry for improved patient safety in brachy therapy. Danish Technical University. Project completed 2013.
  26. Korsager, Anne Sofie: Evaluation of autosegmentation strategies in hybrid medical imaging. Aalborg University. Project completed June 2014.
  27. Lassen, Pernille. The role of Human papillomavirus in head and neck cancer and the impact on radiotherapy outcome. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2010.
  28. Laurberg, Tinne: A study on age-dependent tumorbiological characteristics among low-risk breast cancer patients [Et studie af aldersafhængige tumorbiologiske karakteristika blandt lavrisikopatienter med brystkræft]. Aarhus University. Project completed May 2017.
  29. Laustsen, Søren R.: Functional magnetic resonance scans in patients with brain tumors [Funktionel magnetisk resonans scanninger hos patienter med hjernetumor]. Aarhus University (enrolled 2011).
  30. Lorenzen, Ebbe: Risk of heart disease in modern breat cancer radiotherapy. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed March 2014.
  31. Lyngholm, Christina: Breast Conserving Therapy (BCT) Cosmetic outcome and longterm adverse reactions in the DBCG 89-protocol. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2016.
  32. Lønbro, Simon: Resistance training and dietary supplements as intervention for regaining muscle mass following radiotherapy in head and neck cancer patients. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2013.
  33. Mohamed, Sandy: Image guided radiotherapy in cervical cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2014.
  34. Mortensen, Hanna Rahbek: Reduction of dysphagia-related morbidity in head and neck radio-therapy. Aarhus University. Project completed November 2013.
  35. Mortensen, Lise Saksø: 4D biological imaging of hypoxia in human tumours. Aarhus University. Project completed November 2012.
  36. Møller, Søren: Clinical applications of O-(2-[18F]fluoroethyl)-L-tyrosine (FET) PET in patients with gliomas. Copenhagen University. Project completed October 2014.
  37. Nawroth, Isabel: Intervention studies for Radiation-induced fibrosis (RIF) using RNA interfe-rence. Aarhus University. Project completed May 2011.
  38. Nielsen, Martin Skovmos: Precision and accuracy in Image Guided RT. Impact of NiTi stent for lung cancer patients. Aalborg University. Project completed April 2017.
  39. Nielsen, Mette Bak: Role of extensive surgery with or without interstitial brachytherapy in ad-vanced primary or locally recurrent rectal cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2012.
  40. Nielsen, Tine Bjørn: Organ motion - 4D imaging and treatment. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed December 2012.
  41. Noe, KØ. Deformable Image Registration for Use in Radiotherapy. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2009.
  42. Ottosson, Rickard: Monte Carlo based treatment plans for radiotherapy: Evaluation and optimization of modern treatment planning and treatment techniques. Danish Technical University. Project completed 2012.
  43. Pagh, Anja: Importance of follow up after treatment for head and neck cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2016.
  44. Petersen, Stine Elleberg: Morbidity in patients with prostate cancer treated with radiation therapy. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2014.
  45. Ravkilde, Thomas: Dose delivery for moving targets with and without tracking. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2014.
  46. Rønjom, Marianne F.: Radiation-induced hypothyrodism in head and neck cancer. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed May 2015.
  47. Sander, Lotte: Side effects following use of a Ni Ti stent as a marker in radiotherapy of prostate cancer [Bivirkninger efter brug af Nikkel Titanium stent som markør ved intenderet kurativ strålebehandling for prostatacancer]. Aalborg University. Project completed April 2016.
  48. Schmidt, Mai Lykkegaard: Characterization and management of target motion during radiotherapy of lung cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2016.
  49. Schytte, Tine: Clinical advantages and disadvanteges of optimized radiation therapy and plan-ning as a respiratory guided planning and rotation IMRT in conjunction with altered radiation dose and the addition of radiation potentiating drugs  [Kliniske fordele og ulemper ved optimeret stråleplanlægning og terapi som respirations vejledt planlægning og rotations IMRT sammenholdt med ændret stråledosis og tillæg af stråleforstærkende medicin]. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed December 2013.
  50. Serup-Hansen, Eva: Tumourmarkers and the predictive value of MRI and PET-CT scans in con-comitant chemoradiotherapy of anal cancer [Tumormarkører og den prædiktive værdi af serielle MR og PET-CT scanninger ved konkomitant kemostrålebehandling af analcancer]. Copenhagen University. Project completed March 2014.
  51. Skyt, Peter Sandegaard: Three-dimensional dosimetry in radiotherapy using new polymer materials and optical tomography. Aarhus University. Project completed March 2013.
  52. Sveistrup, Joen: Radiotherapy treatment of prostate cancer - Effect, sideeffects, and ability to function [Strålebehandling af prostatacancer - Effekt, bivirkninger og funktionsevne]. Copenhagen University. Project completed 2013.
  53. Søndergaard, Jimmi: Image guided tumour boost of localized unifocal c. vesica urinaria [Billed-vejledt tumorboost af lokaliseret unifokal c. vesica urinaria: Et fase I/II project]. Aarhus University. Project completed April 2011.
  54. Sørensen, Brita Singers: Influence of tumour microenvironmental factors on endogenous markers of hypoxia. Aarhus University. Project completed November 2009.
  55. Thing, Rune Slot: Dose calculation based on Cone Beam CT images. University of Southern Denmark. Project completed December 2016.
  56. Thor, Maria: Prediction of adverse effects in pelvic radiotherapy incorporating normal tissue position and biology patterns. Aarhus University. Project completed May 2013.
  57. Thorsen, Lise: Impact of adjuvant radiotherapy to the internal mammary lymph nodes in the treatment of early lymph node metastasizing breast cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed March 2015.
  58. Thörnqvist, Sara: Robust treatment planning to account for variations in target position and function for RT of locally advanced prostate cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed May 2013.
  59. Toustrup, Kasper: Tumour Microenvironment, Hypoxia and Gene Expression Signatures in Squamous Cell Carcinomas of the Head and Neck. Aarhus University. Project completed August 2011.
  60. Tramm, Trine: Gene expression analysis on RNA extracted from archival paraffin-embedded tissue from a cohort of breast cancers. Aarhus University. Project completed July 2014.
  61. Vestergaard, Anne. On-line adaptive radiotherapy to account for anatomical changes. Aarhus University. Project completed September 2015.
  62. Wiechec, E. Characterization of new breast cancer susceptibility genes with impact on progno-sis and design of novel anticancer therapies. Aarhus University. Project completed May 2010.
  63. Winther, Mette: Analysis of the clinical impact of a novel chemo- and irradiation sensitivity predictor in gastroesophageal cancer [Analyse af den kliniske effekt af kemo- og strålefølsomhed hos patienter med gastroesophageal cancer]. Aarhus University. Project completed February 2016.
  64. Wojdacz, Tomasz: Methylation Sensitive High Resolution Melting (MS-HRM) - development and application in cancer research and diagnostics. Aarhus University. Project completed June 2010.
  65. Worm, Esben:  Liver tumour motion during radiotherapy. Aarhus University. Project completed February 2014.
  66. Wright, Pauliina: Development and modelling of image-guided adaptive radiotherapy strategies for bladder cancer. Aarhus University. Project completed October 2010.