Prescilla Uijtewaal obtained her bachelor’s in Psychobiology at the University of Amsterdam, after which she obtained her master’s in Biomedical Engineering with a specialization in Biomechatronics at Delft University of Technology.
After graduating in 2019 she started a PhD at the UMC Utrecht working on respiratory adaptation as part of the Breathe Easy (VIDI) project.
- Dosimetric evaluation of MRI‐guided multi‐leaf collimator tracking and trailing for lung stereotactic body radiation therapy. Uijtewaal P, Borman PTS, Woodhead PL, Hackett SL, Raaymakers BW and Fast MF. Med Phys. 2021 [(paper)] (doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/mp.14772)
- First VMAT delivery with MLC-tracking for single and multi fraction lung SBRT on a Unity MR-linac. Uijtewaal P, Borman PTS, Woodhead PL, Kontaxis C, Hackett SL, Verhoeff J, Raaymakers BW and Fast MF. Estro 2021 [(abstract)]
- Real-time cardiorespiratory motion management for MRI-guided stereotactic arrythmia radioablation. Akdag O, Borman PTS, Uijtewaal P, Woodhead P, Kok JGM, Van Asselen B, Raaymakers BW, Fast MF. Estro 2021 [(abstract)]
MRI-guided radiotherapy |
Adaptive radiotherapy |
Lung Cancer |
Real-time adaptation |
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