Personal details

Name
Associate Professor Davide Fontanarosa
Position(s)
Associate Professor (Medical Radiation Sciences)
Faculty of Health,
School - Clinical Sciences
IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Clinical Sciences - CDA
Discipline *
Clinical Sciences
Phone
+61 7 3138 2585
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
ORCID iD
Qualifications

PhD (Maastricht University)

Professional memberships
and associations

Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra

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Keywords

Radiation therapy, Ultrasound, Ultrasound guidance in radiation therapy, Adaptive radiation therapy, Advanced radiation therapy planning, Medical imaging, Medical Physics

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Davide Fontanarosa was awarded his PhD in Medical Physics from the University of Maastricht (the Netherlands) with a thesis on: “Evaluation of speed of sound aberration and correction for ultrasound guided radiation therapy”. Presently, he works as Associate Professor in the School of Clinical Sciences at the Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia). In the previous 6 years he worked as Senior Scientist at Maastro Clinic (Maastricht, the Netherlands) and at Philips Research (Eindhoven, the Netherlands). His major fields of research are: artificial intelligence for automatic interpretation of ultrasound imaging; image guidance in radiotherapy, minimally invasive surgery and orthopaedics (in particular using quantitative ultrasound imaging); advanced radiotherapy treatment planning and adaptation strategies. Associate Professor Fontanarosa is currently supervising thirteen PhD students and one MPhil; he is the Unit coordinator for the Honours students in five different disciplines cross faculty and he teaches Physics of Ultrasound in the Physics of Medical Imaging Unit. He is the inventor of 9 patents, and authored 65 peer reviewed publications, one book and two book chapters.

This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Davide Fontanarosa.

Publications

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