Dr. Iris Schmidt
What is your name?
Where were you born?
What kind of studies do/will you work on?
Currently I am working on three clinical studies: response monitoring in oesophageal cancer patients, tumor identification in pituitary neuroendocrine tumors and vascularisation imaging in aged-related macula degeneration.
Additionally I am working on the technical devices we are using as for example the MDSFR/SFF spectroscopy device together with our partner Dominic Robinson.
Why do you want to do research/work in this field?
The innovative and diverse character of the research and research group is what I find really interesting. The opportunity evaluate the benefits of fluorescence imaging in differents fields and making people enthusiastic about its possibilities.
What is your background/did you study?
I studied Technical Medicine with a master in Medical Imaging and Innovations in Enschede
What relevant experiences did you gain during your study?
I gained experience in performing clinical trials in different clinical areas. Additionally I gained insight in the MDR regulations.
What do you like to do when you are not working?
In my free time I like running and mountain biking on the Sallandse Heuvelrug and hiking and baking with my family.