Amsterdam University Medical Center, AMC
Pim van Ooij received his degree in Biomedical Engineering at the Technical University Eindhoven and completed his PhD on phase contrast (4D flow) MRI in intracranial aneurysms at the University of Amsterdam in 2012. His PhD work showed that 4D flow MRI agreed relatively well with computational fluid dynamics. Furthermore, he developed an algorithm to estimate 4D flow MRI-derived wall shear stress over the surface of three-dimensional geometries. He obtained a two-year post-doc grant from the American Heart Association for research on the subject of hemodynamic atlases of the aorta, which he performed at Northwestern University, Chicago. He received several summa cum laude awards from the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine for this work. After this post-doc he returned to the University of Amsterdam and is now supervising four PhD students working on compressed sensing acceleration strategies and automatic data processing methodology with the general aim of facilitating clinical application of 4D flow MRI.
Wednesday, February 6
11:25 AM – 11:35 AM