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    • Go van Dam demonstrates Molecular Fluorescence Guided Surgery on stage – KWF Sterrenstage

      Go van Dam demonstrates Molecular Fluorescence Guided Surgery on stage – KWF Sterrenstage

      The Dutch cancer society (KWF) organised an afternoon about the future of cancer treatment, which was broadcasted online. Together with Dutch celebrities researchers gave answers to questions about cancer. Ali B performed surgery together with Go van Dam using molecular fluorescence guided surgery in a breast cancer phantom. The online video can be viewed here  Read more →

    • International Symposium “Molecular Imaging Agents in Medicine” – February 13th-16th, 2017

      International Symposium “Molecular Imaging Agents in Medicine” – February 13th-16th, 2017

      The Medical Imaging Center of the University Medical Center Groningen, consisting of the Departments of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging and Radiology,  cordially invites you to join the International Symposium “Molecular Imaging Agents in Medicine” to be held in Groningen, the Netherlands, on February 13th to 15th, 2017 and the Post Congress “Photopharmacology” on FebruaryRead more →

    • Breaking news: online publication of clinical phase I study in breast cancer

      Breaking news: online publication of clinical phase I study in breast cancer

      The paper on the clinical phase I study on image-guided surgery using bevacizumab-IRDye800CW in patients with primary breast cancer is published online at the website of Clinical Cancer Research: http://clincancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/early/2016/11/09/1078-0432.CCR-16-0437.  The study was funded by CTMM MAMMOTH project and the ERC OnQView grant The study was executed at the University Medical Center Groningen and University Medical Center Utrecht Tumor-specificRead more →

    • San Antonio Breast Cancer Conference 2016

      San Antonio Breast Cancer Conference 2016

      Two posters accepted at San Antonio Breast Cancer Conference 2016 Validation of a Chinese nomogram with a Dutch breast cancer population: Excellent prediction of the probability of axillary lymph node metastasis  Presentation by: Siqi Qiu MARGIN-I study: Phase II in-human dose escalation study of the optical molecular imaging tracer bevacizumab-800cw for molecular fluorescence guided surgery inRead more →

    Our Team

    • Gooitzen van Dam
      Principal Investigator

    • Wouter Nagengast
      Principal Investigator

    • Max Witjes
      Principal Investigator

    • Schelto Kruijff
      Principal Investigator