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From 1998 to 2005 I did my bachelor and master in experimental physics at the Radboud university in Nijmegen. In 2007 I started my Ph.D. at the AMC hospital in Amsterdam on the study of complex non-periodic motion with MRI and I graduated in december 2013. In 2012/2013 I did a postdoctoral fellowship at the university of Cambridge (UK) where I worked on Bayesian inference of raw MRI signal of trabecular bone structure. I am currently working as a postdoctoral fellow here at the orthopaedic research lab in the ERC – BioMechTools project.
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As a postdoctoral reseacher, I participate in the project ‘Biomechanical Diagnostic, Pre-Planning and Outcome Tools to improve Musculoskeletal Surgery’, acronym ‘BioMechTools’. This project is funded by the ‘European Research Council, Advanced Grant’ and awarded to Prof. Dr. Ir. Nico Verdonschot. I function as project coordinator focusing on dynamic imaging of the lower extremity with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound (US). These imaging techniques will supply highly detailed information for the construction of personalized biomechanical models. With these models we aim to develop superior diagnostic and evaluation tools to quantify the degenerative status of orthopaedic patients.
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- My Thesis: Continuously tagged MRI of non-periodic motion
- See PubMed
- ThomsonReuters ResearcherID citations L-4663-2015 Sprengers A.M.J.
- See researchgate.net
- search Google Scholar for ‘a sprengers’