PhD Students

Name:
Ester D’Hoe

Degree:
Physics and Astronomy

Masterthesis:
Optimisation of organic tissue visualisation in high resolution X-ray computed tomography (2014)

Affiliation:
In vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging Lab (ICMI), Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Medical Imaging and Signal Processing (MEDISIP), Universiteit Gent

Research Focus:
Attenuation correction in Time-of-Flight PET/MRI with an external transmission source

Contributions to science:
  • Stefaan Vandenberghe, Ekaterina Mikhaylova, Ester D’Hoe, Pieter Mollet, and Joel Karp, “Recent developments in time-of-flight PET”, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Physics, Vol. 3:3, 2016. Impact factor 5,11. Peer reviewed A1 article.

  • Ester D'Hoe, Pieter Mollet, Ekaterina Mikhaylova, Michel Defrise and Stefaan Vandenberghe, "Simultaneous reconstruction of attenuation and activity in ToF PET/MRI with additional transmission data", European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Physics, Vol. 2. Suppl 1, A33, 2015. Impact factor 5,11. Peer reviewed conference abstract.

  • Ekaterina Mikhaylova, Valerio Tabacchini, Giacomo Borghi, Pieter Mollet, Ester D’Hoe, Dennis Schaart, Stefaan Vandenberghe, “Geometric optimization of an ultralow-dose high-resolution pediatric PET scanner based on monolithic scintillators with dSiPM readout”, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Physics, Vol. 2, Suppl 1, A23, 2015. Impact factor 5,11. Peer reviewed conference abstract.

Address:
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Department BEFY, Labo ICMI, Building K
Laarbeeklaan 103
1090 Jette (Brussels)
Belgium

Universiteit Gent
Department ELIS, MEDISIP, Building B - 5th Floor
De Pintelaan 185
9000 Gent
Belgium

Telephone:
VUB: 0032 (0)2 477 4611
UGent: 0032 (0) 9 322 43 22

Email:
Ester.DHoe@vub.ac.be
Ester.DHoe@ugent.be