We develop novel X-ray imaging methods using highly brilliant synchrotron radiation and conventional laboratory X-ray sources. We mainly focus on quantitative multi-modal approaches combining spectral and phase-contrast imaging. Currently, we are aiming at applying these methods for improved breast cancer detection and for quantitative 3D virtual histology of human tissue.
- Recent advances in X-ray imaging of breast tissue: From two- to three-dimensional imaging. Physica Medica 79, 2020, 69-79 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- A proof-of principal study using phase-contrast imaging for the detection of large airway pathologies after lung transplantation. Scientific Reports 10 (1), 2020 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Biomedical x-ray imaging with a GaAs photon-counting detector: A comparative study. APL Photonics 5 (10), 2020, 106108 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Photon-counting spectral basis component material decomposition for musculoskeletal radiographs. Scientific Reports 10 (1), 2020 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Grating-based spectral X-ray dark-field imaging for correlation with structural size measures. Scientific Reports 10, 2020 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )