Nuclear Medicine Physician, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine of Rijnstate Hospital
Professor Wim Oyen is nuclear medicine physician at the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine of Rijnstate Hospital, Arnhem, The Netherlands, Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands and full Professor of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy at Humanitas University in Milan, Italy. From 2015-2018, he was full Professor of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging at The Institute of Cancer Research and Head of the Department of Nuclear Medicine of The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK. Before working in the UK, he was a nuclear medicine physician and full Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands, serving as Head of the Department of Nuclear Medicine, Member of the Board of the Medical Staff and Director of the Research Institute for Oncology of RadboudUMC.
Professor Oyen’s main research interests are molecular imaging in oncology and infectious diseases and radionuclide therapy of cancer. He is the (co-)author of more than 650 original science and review articles in international peer-reviewed journals. He is actively involved in the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (Board Member 2014-2020, past-Congress Chair 2015-2017 and EANM President 2019-2020), the International Cancer Imaging Society (member of the Board and the Trustees 2016-present, President 2017-2018), the European Cancer Organisation (Board member 2012-2016 and 2020-present, Treasurer 2014-2015, 2020-present), the Biomed Alliance (Board member 2021-present) and the Dutch Society of Nuclear Medicine ((Board member 2021-present). Professor Oyen is Editor-in-Chief of EJNMMIresearch and member of several Editorial Boards, including the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging and the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
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Posted on 19.12.2022
Europe’s health professionals ready to adopt efficient AI solutions
In my experience as a nuclear medicine physician in a large hospital, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will help with the routine, time-consuming procedures of healthcare professionals. It can delineate tumours in the case of repetitive imaging and pre-digest work performed on earlier imaging. In these cases, I do not have to redo what has already been […]