prof. dr. ir. H.W.A.M. (Hugo) de Jong

Full Professor

  • Medical Physics Group

prof. dr. ir. H.W.A.M. (Hugo) de Jong

Research Programs

Side Activities

  • Leading the Medical Physics team of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, UMC Utrecht.

    Primary Interests: Physics of medical imaging, Teaching and Innovation.  Trainer of Medical Physics Residents.

    Research Interests: Development, improvement and application of functional and molecular imaging methods through nuclear and radiology modalities.

    Main Research Projects (as PI):

    • Dutch Heart Foundation/STW: Enclose (total budget 780k€). Early detection of thromboembolic sources and small volume stroke with Spectral CT (2017).
    • ERC Consolidator Grant (total budget 2000k€). Translating Hybrid Imaging for Interventions (2015)
    • VIDI Laureate. Visualizing Tumors in the Operation Theatre (total budget 800k€): Development of Simultaneous X-ray Scintigraphy Imaging (2013).
    • STW Perspectief AIRSPACE project (total budget 860k€): Advanced imaging for risk stratification of stroke patients using CT examinations (2011).

    Member of Board Dutch Society of Nuclear Medicine (bestuurslid Ned.Ver.Nucleaire Geneeskunde)

    Member of Board of Review for Medical Physics Education (College van Toetsing NVKF)


Research Output (125)

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

Technical Note: Nuclear imaging with an x‐ray flat panel detector: A proof‐of‐concept study

Dietze Martijn M A, Koppert Wilco J C, van Rooij Rob, de Jong Hugo W A M aug 2020, In: Medical Physics. 47 , p. 3363-3368 6 p.

Monte Carlo-based scatter correction for the SMARTZOOM collimator

Dietze Martijn M A, Kunnen Britt, Stella Martina, de Jong Hugo W A M 22 jul 2020, In: EJNMMI physics. 7 14 p.

Quantitative 166Ho-microspheres SPECT derived from a dual-isotope acquisition with 99mTc-colloid is clinically feasible

Stella M, Braat Arthur, Lam Marnix, de Jong Hugo, van Rooij Rob 14 jul 2020, In: EJNMMI Physic. 7 12 p.

Feasibility of CT quantification of intratumoural 166Ho-microspheres

C Bakker R, Bastiaannet R, van Nimwegen S A, D Barten-van Rijbroek A, Van Es R J J, Rosenberg A J W P, de Jong H W A M, Lam M G E H, Nijsen J F W 11 mei 2020, In: European radiology experimental. 4 , p. 29

Adaptive scan duration in SPECT:Evaluation for radioembolization

Dietze Martijn M A, Kunnen Britt, Beijst Casper, de Jong Hugo W A M mei 2020, In: Medical Physics. 47 , p. 2128-2138 11 p.

The superior predictive value of 166Ho-scout compared with 99mTc-macroaggregated albumin prior to 166Ho-microspheres radioembolization in patients with liver metastases

Smits Maarten L J, Dassen Mathijs G, Prince Jip F, Braat Arthur J A T, Beijst Casper, Bruijnen Rutger C G, de Jong Hugo W A M, Lam Marnix G E H 1 apr 2020, In: European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. 47 , p. 798-806 9 p.

Comparison of the Biograph Vision and Biograph mCT for quantitative 90Y PET/CT imaging for radioembolisation

Kunnen Britt, Beijst Casper, Lam Marnix G E H, Viergever Max A, de Jong Hugo W A M 4 mrt 2020, In: EJNMMI physics. 7 , p. 14

Simultaneous 166Ho/99mTc dual-isotope SPECT with Monte Carlo-based downscatter correction for automatic liver dosimetry in radioembolization

van Rooij R, Braat A J A T, de Jong H W A M, Lam M G E H 4 mrt 2020, In: EJNMMI physics. 7 , p. 13

Additional holmium-166 radioembolisation after lutetium-177-dotatate in patients with neuroendocrine tumour liver metastases (HEPAR PLuS):a single-centre, single-arm, open-label, phase 2 study

Braat Arthur J A T, Bruijnen Rutger C G, van Rooij Rob, Braat Manon N G J A, Wessels Frank J, van Leeuwaarde Rachel S, van Treijen Mark J C, de Herder Wouter W, Hofland Johannes, Tesselaar Margot E T, de Jong Hugo W A M, Lam Marnix G E H 26 feb 2020, In: LANCET ONCOLOGY. 21 , p. 561-570 10 p.

All Research Output (125)