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Multispectral Opto-Acoustic Tomography as a new imaging technique in cancer and cardiovascular research.

Project summary

Optoacoustic Tomography is a new imaging technique in which the body’s own light-absorbing substances (eg hemoglobin) or all kinds of injected substances or nanoparticles can be visualized simultaneously in 3D by converting light into an ultrasound signal, providing both anatomical and functional information.

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Principal Investigator:

prof. dr. Clemens Löwik

Role Erasmus MC:



Radiologie & Nucleaire Geneeskunde

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