We are sharing with you short videos from our research projects to give an insight at a glance with a variety of concepts: Dissertation at a glance, research outcomes, project descriptions, etc.,
Resultaten uitkomstgerichte zorg in het zorgpad prostaatkanker
Deploying Molecular Alterations in Bladder Cancer
Capture the unseen
Dissertation at ErasmusMC department of Urology on May 25th 2022 on the role of MRI and PSAD to omit prostate biopsies, and the potential of PSMA PET CT in diagnostics and subsequent treatment of recurrent prostate cancer. Doctoral thesis of dr. Henk Luiting.
Het Drost(e) Effect
Dissertation of Frank Jan Drost, discussing risk management in the diagnostic path of prostate cancer, and during active surveillance (dutch)
Waarom hebben mannen steeds slechter zaad? - Door dr. M. Dinkelman-Smit
De vruchtbaarheid van mannen neemt af. Hoe kan dat? In dit college van de Universiteit van Nederland vertelt uroloog Marij Dinkelman-Smit van het Erasmus MC wat er allemaal mis kan zijn met je zaad en hoe jouw gedrag van afgelopen weekend je sperma over drie maanden beïnvloedt.
EU Post (Erasmus Urology Post) - Episode 1 - By dr. J. L Boormans
The Erasmus MC Urothelial Cancer Research Group conducts research into the molecular biology of cancer of the urinary tract, aiming for a clear translation into the clinical applicability of the results of our research. Through translational research, we focus on:
1) early detection of urinary tract cancer
2) risk stratification of tumors of the urinary tract
3) patient selection for new and existing anti-cancer treatments
4) development of new targeted therapies
Dr. J.L. Boormans MD PhD says, “In this video, I give a brief overview of the disease and our ongoing research into this difficult to treat tumor type. If you would like to donate to support our research, you can!”
The framing of the genetic landscape
Unraveling the genomic landscape of metastatic prostate cancer. A prospect on patient stratification using blood-based biomarker. Dr. Lisanne francisco van Dessel, and Prof. Chris Bangma
Fluorescence imaging during abdominal surgery
Fluorescence imaging during abdominal surgery. Real-time imaging of ureters and malignancies. Doctoral thesis of dr. Kim Samita de Valk, supervised by Prof. Chris Bangma.
Prostate cancer screening and active surveillance
Magnetic resonance imaging and multivariable risk-stratification in prostate cancer screening and active surveillance.
Can we increase survival without too much harm?
Doctoral thesis of Daniel Osses supervised by Profs Monique Roobol and Gabriel Krestin.
Shared decision making
Achieving well-balanced treatment decisions for patients with prostate cancer.
Doctoral thesis of Isabel de Angst supervised by Profs Chris Bangma and Hanneke Takkenberg.