Dr. Pouya Jelvehgaran
Postdoctoral Fellow at Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam
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Pouya Jelvehgaran is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Heart Center, Clinical and Experimental Cardiology, at the Amsterdam UMC, location AMC, the University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He obtained his PhD titled "Optical coherence tomography od the esophagus in radiation therapy" in the Biomedical Engineering & Physics and Radiation Oncology departments at the Amsterdam UMC, location AMC, the University of Amsterdam and Biophotonics and Medical Imaging group at the LaserLaB Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He received his Master of Science degree in Medical Engineering (Medical Imaging) from the KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, in a joint program with the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. The focus of his research is advanced optical imaging of the esophagus during cancer therapy, image-guided radiation therapy, optical coherence tomography, Minimally-invasive treatment of ventricular tachycardia of the Heart, and translational research.


Publications (3)

SPIE Journal Paper | 12 April 2018
JBO Vol. 23 Issue 04
KEYWORDS: Optical coherence tomography, Esophagus, Tissues, Scattering, Computed tomography, In vivo imaging, Visualization, Animal model studies, Lung cancer, Collagen

Proceedings Article | 20 April 2017
Proc. SPIE. 10056, Design and Quality for Biomedical Technologies X
KEYWORDS: Endoscopy, Cancer, Tumors, Visualization, Optical coherence tomography, Radiotherapy, Solids, Computed tomography, Visibility, Liquids

Proceedings Article | 27 April 2016
Proc. SPIE. 9691, Endoscopic Microscopy XI; and Optical Techniques in Pulmonary Medicine III
KEYWORDS: Gold, Tumors, Tissues, Scattering, Optical coherence tomography, Radiotherapy, Computed tomography, Lung cancer, Esophagus, Animal model studies

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