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dr. ir. Geert Litjens



About Geert Litjens

Geert Litjens is an assistant professor of Computational Pathology at the Radboud University Medical Center. His research is at the intersection of machine learning, medical imaging, and oncology. He co-chairs the Computational Pathology Group, which develops automated machine learning systems for cancer detection, biomarker discovery and quantification, and improved prognostication. He is also the developer of the ASAP software package for analyzing and visualizing whole-slide images and (co-)organizer of several high-profile challenges in medical imaging such as PROMISE12 and CAMELYON. He (co-)authored over 60 publications in medical, imaging, and machine learning conferences and journals.


Positions

  • assistant professor pathologie

Personal prizes & awards

  • Radboud Science Award 2018
  • KNAW Early Career Grant
  • NWO Veni Grant
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Personal prizes & awards

  • Radboud Science Award 2018
  • KNAW Early Career Grant
  • NWO Veni Grant
  • KWF Young Investigator / Bas Mulder Award

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Research Institute Radboud Institute for Health Sciences

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