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Department of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
The Netherlands

Professor Albert D. Windhorst

Professor Albert D. Windhorst

Chair of Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry

Expert in the development of radiopharmaceuticals in drug development. He leads a group of 43 persons (staff, post-doc, PhD, technicians) and is a teacher of radiopharmaceutical sciences at the VU University Amsterdam. President of the Society for Radiopharmaceutical sciences, editor of the Journal of Radiolabelled Compounds & Radiopharmaceuticals, and member of the editorial board of several journals. Co-author of more than 100 articles and book-chapters, and co-inventor on 13 patent applications.
Dr. Daniëlle J. Vugts

Dr. Daniëlle J. Vugts

PhD, 2006

An expert in pre-targeted imaging, preclinical and clinical immuno-PET imaging and development of 18F radiochemistry methods. She supervised several MSc students and is currently supervising 2 PhD students. She is lecturing on radiochemistry and radiation safety at the VU.

Professor Guus van Dongen

Professor Guus van Dongen

Chair of Preclinical Imaging at VUmc

Research focused on the use of targeted drugs like monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) for disease detection and therapy. He introduced “immuno-PET” and “TKI-PET”, the PET imaging of radiolabeled mAbs and TKIs, respectively, as well as photo-immunodetection. He is project leader for building the world leading VUmc Imaging Center Amsterdam, comprising Tracer Center Amsterdam, and fully focused on image in drug development within public-private partnerships. He supervised 15 PhD projects, coordinates/participates in several teaching programs in the field of imaging and oncology, is author of more than 170 papers in peer-reviewed journals, participated in many EU consortia, and is inventor in several patents.

Professor Albert D. Windhorst

Chair of Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry
Expert in the development of radiopharmaceuticals in drug development. He leads a group of 43 persons (staff, post-doc, PhD, technicians) and is a teacher of radiopharmaceutical sciences at the VU University Amsterdam. President of the Society for Radiopharmaceutical sciences, editor of the Journal of Radiolabelled Compounds & Radiopharmaceuticals, and member of the editorial board of several journals. Co-author of more than 100 articles and book-chapters, and co-inventor on 13 patent applications.

Dr. Daniëlle J. Vugts

PhD, 2006
An expert in pre-targeted imaging, preclinical and clinical immuno-PET imaging and development of 18F radiochemistry methods. She supervised several MSc students and is currently supervising 2 PhD students. She is lecturing on radiochemistry and radiation safety at the VU/VUmc.

Professor Guus van Dongen

Chair of Preclinical Imaging at VUmc
Research focused on the use of targeted drugs like monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) for disease detection and therapy. He introduced “immuno-PET” and “TKI-PET”, the PET imaging of radiolabeled mAbs and TKIs, respectively, as well as photo-immunodetection. He is project leader for building the world leading VUmc Imaging Center Amsterdam, comprising Tracer Center Amsterdam, and fully focused on image in drug development within public-private partnerships. He supervised 15 PhD projects, coordinates/participates in several teaching programs in the field of imaging and oncology, is author of more than 170 papers in peer-reviewed journals, participated in many EU consortia, and is inventor in several patents.

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NEWS

Accepted Manuscripts online January 2018

Synthesis of C-14 Labeled GABAA α2/α3 Selective...

IMPACT Article Published

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EVENTS

S2 – School on Radiopharmaceuticals in Drug Discovery

20 - 22 September  2017   PET3D 2-day School at...

S1 School on Radiopharmaceutical Development

27 February - 03 March 2017 PET3D 5-day training...