Anouk Post studied Physics with a specialization in ‘Physics of Life and Health’ at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. As part of her study she did a one year internship at Imperial College in London where she made 3D OCT reconstructions of blood vessels to study the influence of shear stress on plaque formation. Since June 2014 Anouk is a PhD candidate in the department of Biomedical Engineering and Physics at the Academic Medical Center from the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on the combination of Optical Coherence Tomography and Spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool for prostate cancer.
Modeling subdiffusive light scattering by incorporating the tissue phase function and detector numerical aperture (Erratum)
Modeling subdiffusive scattering and absorption for an overlapping source-detector geometry, e.g. single fiber reflectance spectroscopy (SFR) (Conference Presentation)
Modeling subdiffusive light scattering by incorporating the tissue phase function and detector numerical aperture
Modeling short-range delivery and collection of light: incorporating the influence of the phase function (Conference Presentation)
Measuring the reduced scattering coefficient and y with SFR spectroscopy: studying the phase function dependence (Conference Presentation)