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dr. ir. H.E. (Edwin) Bennink

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dr. ir. H.E. (Edwin) Bennink

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Biography

Edwin Bennink works as a researcher and scientific software engineer for the Image Sciences Institute (UMC Utrecht - Dept. of Radiology).

He received the MSc degree (cum laude) in biomedical engineering from the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2007. In 2016, he received his PhD from the Utrecht University, with a research project on quantitative CT brain perfusion analysis. From 2007 to 2011 he worked as senior software developer for Scientific Volume Imaging BV.

Besides doing research in CT imaging in acute stroke and supporting various image-analysis related projects throughout the UMC Utrecht, Edwin is one of the lead developers of IMAGR, the image analytics infrastructure that brings deep-learning algorithms into the clinical workflow.

Research Output (30)

From perviousness to permeability, modelling and measuring intra-thrombus flow in acute ischemic stroke

Arrarte Terreros Nerea, Tolhuisen Manon L., Bennink E, de Jong Hugo, Beenen Ludo F. M., Majoie Charles B.L.M., van Bavel Ed 21 aug 2020, In: Journal of Biomechanics. 111 10 p.

A Reflectivity Measure to Quantify Bruch's Membrane Calcification in Patients with Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum Using Optical Coherence Tomography

Risseeuw Sara, Bennink E, Poirot Maarten, de Jong Pim, Spiering Wilko, Imhof Saskia, van Leeuwen R, Ossewaarde-van Norel J jul 2020, In: Translational vision science & technology. 9 12 p.

Prediction of Malignant Edema Formation After Endovascular Treatment for Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction:The Added Value of Intracranial Cerebrospinal Fluid Volume

Kauw Frans, Bernsen Marie Louise E., de Jong H.W.A.M., Kappelle Jaap, Velthuis BK, van der worp B, van der Lugt Aad, Roos Y.B., Hofmeijer Jeannette, Dankbaar Jan Willem, Bennink E, 12 feb 2020, 51

Quantification of Bruch’s Membrane calcification in Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum:a proof‐of‐concept study using SD‐OCT

Risseeuw Sara, Bennink E, Poirot Maarten, Imhof Saskia, van Leeuwen R, Ossewaarde-van Norel J 19 dec 2019, 97

Intracranial Cerebrospinal Fluid Volume as a Predictor of Malignant Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction

Kauw Frans, Bennink Edwin, De Jong Hugo W.A.M., Kappelle L. Jaap, Horsch Alexander D., Velthuis Birgitta K., Dankbaar Jan W., jun 2019, In: Stroke. 50 , p. STROKEAHA119024882 7 p.

Stroke progression and clinical outcome in ischemic stroke patients with a history of migraine

Mulder Inge A, Holswilder Ghislaine, van Walderveen Marianne Aa, van der Schaaf Irene C, Bennink Edwin, Horsch Alexander D, Kappelle L Jaap, Velthuis Birgitta K, Dankbaar Jan Willem, Terwindt Gisela M, Schonewille Wouter J, Visser Marieke C, Ferrari Michel D, Algra Ale, Wermer Marieke Jh, 27 mei 2019, In: International Journal of Stroke. 14 , p. 946-955 10 p.

Effect of prolonged acquisition intervals for CT-perfusion analysis methods in patients with ischemic stroke

van Ommen F, Kauw F, Bennink E, Dankbaar JW, Viergever MA, de Jong HWAM 3 mei 2019, In: Medical Physics. 46 , p. 3156-3164 9 p.

Dose of CT protocols acquired in clinical routine using a dual-layer detector CT scanner: A preliminary report

van Ommen F, de Jong HWAM, Dankbaar JW, Bennink E, Leiner T, Schilham AMR mrt 2019, In: European Journal of Radiology. 112 , p. 65-71 7 p.

Wake-up stroke versus stroke with known onset time:clinical and multimodality CT imaging characteristics

Dankbaar Jan W., Bienfait Henri P., Van Den Berg Coen, Bennink Edwin, Horsch Alexander D., Van Seeters Tom, Van Der Schaaf Irene C., Kappelle L. Jaap, Velthuis Birgitta K. 1 aug 2018, In: Cerebrovascular Diseases. 45 , p. 236-244 9 p.

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