Magnetic resonance imaging both for planning radiation therapy and for early estimation of treatment response.
Currently, my main area of research is MRI in cancer care, including both integration of MR in the radiotherapy workflow and use of MR techniques for early assessment of treatment response. The focus towards AI solutions is growing, both as a research tool and in a translational setting for future integration in clinical workflows.
PhD in Radiation Physics in 2009 and professor in 2018. The PhD thesis was focused on algorithms for dose calculations and quality assurance aspects on external radiotherapy. This work is partly the basis for the EqualDose software. My focus has since shifted towards imaging, AI and advancing treatment strategies. Prostate cancer is a focus area where we work towards better understanding of MR and PET data in order to optimize radiotherapy for the individual patient.
The work with image analysis has lead to the development of the research tool Hero, previously Mice toolkit, which has resulted in a spin-off company and is used for research on most continents.