Anouk van der Hoorn, MD PhD
Department of radiology (EB44)
My personal goal is to be an excellent neuro- and head/ neck radiologist with a focus on oncology imaging combing clinical activities with research activities to acquired and contribute to cutting-edge knowledge. Transfer of this knowledge to others by active participation in educational activities. I would like to become an expert in neurology nuclear medicine to integrate radiology and nuclear medicine in this fields.
I started the research line ‘Diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment evaluation in neuro- and head/neck oncology’ at the University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands two years ago. I have performed a postdoc at the Brain Tumour Imaging Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. A continuing collaboration is established with have resulted in my current position as senior visiting researcher at the University of Cambridge. I have acquired a Mandema stipend (2016) for further development of this research line. As coordinator of this research line, I am responsible for the supervision of research project from medical JSM students, thesis students and radiology residents. I co-supervise (1th copromotor), in collaboration with the neurology and neurosurgery department, a MD/PhD student. He currently works on the project ‘Functional MRI and MET-PET imaging characterisation for evaluation and treatment planning in patients with a glioblastoma’.
|2016 – present||
Postdoc at the department of radiology, University Medical Center Groningen,
Groningen, the Netherlands
|2015 – present||
Honorary visiting senior research fellow at the Brain Tumour Imaging Laboratory,
University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
|2013 – present||Residency in radiology at the University Medical Centre Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands|
|2016 – 2017||Residency in radiology at Medical Spectrum Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands|
Postdoc and clinical radiology training at the University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s hospital,
Cambridge, United Kingdom
|2009 – 2013||
PhD student at the department of neurology and medical imaging centre (MIC),
University Medical Centre Groningen, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
- van Dijken BRJ, Yan Y-L, Boonzaier NR, Li C, van Laar PJ, van der Hoorn A, Price SJ. Subventricular zone involvement characterised by DTI in glioblastoma. World Neurosurg; doi 10.1016/j.wneu.2017.06.075.
- Abbasi AW, Westerlaan H, Holtman GA, Aden KM, van Laar PJ, van der Hoorn A. Incidence of tumour progression and treatment-induced pseudoprogression in highgrade gliomas, a systematic review and meta-analysis. Clin Neuroradiol 2017; doi 10.1007/s00062-017-0584-x.
- van Dijken BRJ, Holtman GA, van Laar PJ, van der Hoorn A. Diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging techniques for treatment response evaluation in patients with high grade gliomas, a systematic review and meta-analysis. Eur Radiol 2017; 27: 4129-4144
- van der Hoorn A, van Laar PJ, Holtman GA, Westerlaan HE. Diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging techniques for treatment response evaluation in patients with head and neck tumours, a systematic review and meta-analysis. Plos ONE 2017; 12: e0177986.
- Boonzaier NR, Larkin TJ, Matys T, van der Hoorn A, Yan J-L, Price SJ. Multiparametric MR Imaging of Diffusion and Perfusion in Contrast-enhancing and Nonenhancing Components in Patients with Glioblastoma.. Radiology 2017; 284: 180-190.
- Yan J-L, van der Hoorn A, Larkin TJ, Boonzaier NR, Matys T, Price SJ. Extent of resection of peritumoral diffusion tensor imaging-detected abnormality as a predictor of survival in adult glioblastoma patients. J Neurosurgery 2017; 216: 234-241.
- van der Hoorn A, Yan J-L, Larkin TJ, Boonzaier NR, Matys T, Price SJ. Posttreatment ADC changes in the periresection area in patients with glioblastoma. World Neurosurg 2016; 30258-30263.
- van der Hoorn A, Yan J-L, Larkin TJ, Boonzaier NR, Matys T, Price SJ. Validation of a semi-automatic coregistration of MRI scans in brain tumor patients during treatment follow-up. NMR Biomed 2016; 29: 882-889.
- Pikstra A.R.A., van der Hoorn A, Leenders K.L., de Jong B.M. Relation of 18-F-Dopa PET with hypokinetic-rigidity, tremor and freezing in Parkinson’s disease. Neuroimage Clin 2016; 11: 68-72.
- Potgieser ARE, van der Hoorn A, de Jong BM. Differential lateral premotor cortex involvement in right- and left-hand writing. PLoS ONE 2015; e0126723.
- Potgieser ARE, van der Hoorn A, Meppelink AM, LK Teune, Koerts J, de Jong BM Anterior temporal atrophy and posterior progression in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Neurodegener Dis 2014; 14: 125-132.
- van der Hoorn A, Potgieser ARE, Brouwer OF, de Jong BM. Compensatory cerebral motor control following perinatal stroke. Eur J Paediatr Neurol 2014; S1090-3798: 00088-00089
- van der Hoorn A, Potgieser ARE, de Jong BM. Transcallosal connections of the opposite dorsal premotor regions support a lateralised specialisation for action and perception. Eur J Neurosci 2014; 40: 2980-2986.
- van der Hoorn A, Renken RJ, Leenders KL, de Jong BM. Parkinson-related changes of activation in visuomotor brain regions during perceived forward self-motion. PLoS ONE 2014; 22: e95861.
- van der Hoorn A, Hof AL, Leenders KL, de Jong BM. Narrowing wide-field optic flow affects treadmill gait in left-sided Parkinson’s disease. Mov Disord 2012; 27: 580-581.
- van der Hoorn A, Burger H, Leenders KL, de Jong BM. Handedness correlates with the dominant Parkinson side, a systematic review and meta-analysis. Mov Disord 2012; 27: 206-210.
- van der Hoorn A, Bartels AL, Leenders KL, de Jong BM Handedness and dominant side of symptoms in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism Relat Disord 2011; 17: 58-60.
- van der Hoorn A, Beudel M, de Jong BM. Interruption of visually perceived forward motion in depth evokes a cortical activation shift from spatial to intentional motor regions. Brain Res 2010; 1358: 160-171.
- van der Hoorn A, Oldehinkel AJ, Ormel J, Bruggeman R, Uiterwaal CS, Burger H. Non-right-handedness and mental health problems among adolescents from the general population: The Trails Study. Laterality 2010; 15: 304-316.