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Research interests

After studying electronics at the Technical Unversity of Delft, I have always been involved in bringing science to medicine. Starting at the department of medical physics tools have been developed to perform and measure Cardiovascular reflex tests, tracking eye momement and retina saturation and the influence of visual stimulus patterns on the EEG response. From the ICT and Radiology department I have been involved in measuring structures of, and forces on the Jaw. From the department of Radiology I have been involved in creating tools to measure imaging biomarkers for Alzheimer and MS. Today, besides my work for Radiology, I try to support the research needs for data and compute for all researchers as part of the Research Support department. I have a special interest in the balance between privacy and research possibilities.

Specialisation

Image processing

Image pseudonimisation

Imaging biomarkers in Alzheimer and MS

Education/Academic qualification

Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands

1 Sep 198930 Jun 2001

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Research Output

Facing privacy in neuroimaging: removing facial features degrades performance of image analysis methods

de Sitter, A., Visser, M., Brouwer, I., Cover, K. S., van Schijndel, R. A., Eijgelaar, R. S., Müller, D. M. J., Ropele, S., Kappos, L., Rovira, Filippi, M., Enzinger, C., Frederiksen, J., Ciccarelli, O., Guttmann, C. R. G., Wattjes, M. P., Witte, M. G., de Witt Hamer, P. C., Barkhof, F., Vrenken, H. & 2 others, MAGNIMS Study Group & Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, Feb 2020, In : European Radiology. 30, 2, p. 1062-1074 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access

THE HIPPOCAMPAL BOUNDARY SHIFT INTEGRAL IS 70% MORE REPRODUCIBLE THAN OTHER ATROPHY ALGORITHMS

Cover, K. S., van Schijndel, R., Versteeg, A., Leung, K. K., Mulder, E. R., de Jong, R. A., Visser, P. J., Grenier, B., Revillard, J., Manset, D., Redolfi, A., van Dijk, B. W., Vrenken, H., Fox, N. C., Frisoni, G. B. & Barkhof, F., 6 Sep 2014, p. P390-P391.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractAcademic

MR venography of multiple sclerosis

Tan, I. L., Van Schijndel, R. A., Pouwels, P. J. W., Van Walderveen, M. A. A., Reichenbach, J. R., Manoliu, R. A. & Barkhof, F., 30 Jun 2000, In : American Journal of Neuroradiology. 21, 6, p. 1039-1042 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Can measuring hippocampal atrophy with a fully automatic method be substantially less noisy than manual segmentation over both 1 and 3 years?

Cover, K. S., van Schijndel, R. A., Bosco, P., Damangir, S., Redolfi, A. & Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, 30 Oct 2018, In : Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. 280, p. 39-47 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

WHEN MEASURING HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY, DO THE SEGMENTATION NOISE DISTRIBUTIONS OF METHODS, AS DETERMINED BY THE BACK-TO-BACK REPRODUCIBILITY, HAVE GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTIONS?

Cover, K. S., van Schijndel, R. A., Versteeg, A., Redolfi, A., Bosco, P., Damangir, S., van Dijk, B. W., Vrenken, H., Frisoni, G. B. & Barkhof, F., Jul 2017, p. P1109-P1111.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractAcademic