Robin de Nijs
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|Robin de Nijs|
|Affiliation:||DTU Informatics |
Neurobiology Research Unit
Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance
|Search:||PubMed (first author) PubMed |
Robin de Nijs is an engineer and hospital phycisist working with magnetic resonance imaging and SPECT having done research in motion correction in single voxel magnetic resonance spectroscopy as well as scatter correction in SPECT.
- Combined backscatter and scatter correction for low count I-123 SPECT studies
- Motion correction of single-voxel spectroscopy by independent component analysis applied to spectra from nonanesthetized pediatric subjects
- Evaluation of the derotonin transporter ligand (123)I-ADAM for SPECT studies on humans
- In vivo proton MR spectroscopy of the breast using the total choline peak integral as a marker of malignancy
- Reproducibility of (123I)PE2I binding to dopamine transporters with SPECT
- Quantification of (123)I-PE2I binding to dopamine transporter with SPECT after bolus and bolus/infusion
- Required time delay from 99mTc-HMPAO injection to SPECT data acquisition: healthy subjects and patients with rCBF pattern.