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Prof. J. Stoker PhD

Position
Full Professor
Main activities
Patient care, Research, Other
Specialisation
Abdominal imaging
Focus of research

Research is primarily aimed at improving existing and developing new imaging techniques and methods for abdominal diseases, especially gastrointestinal diseases. This encompasses the technical development as well as the evaluation of accuracy, reproducibility, efficiency, implementation, and patient acceptance of new techniques and methods. With current and new imaging techniques and methods large data sets are acquired, necessitating development of image processing techniques for optimized and efficient data evaluation.


 

Current and future research is especially directed at the development and evaluation of:
• Imaging in Crohn disease
• Advanced MR of the liver and pancreas
• MRI of gastrointestinal motility

Also research is performed on the role of CT in pulmonary diseases.

 

Key publications
  • Maaser Christian, Sturm Andreas, Vavricka Stephan R., Kucharzik Torsten, Fiorino Gionata, Annese Vito, Calabrese Emma, Baumgart Daniel C., Bettenworth Dominik, Borralho Nunes Paula, Burisch Johan, Castiglione Fabiana, Eliakim Rami, Ellul Pierre, González-Lama Yago, Gordon Hannah, Halligan Steve, Katsanos Konstantinos, Kopylov Uri, Kotze Paulo G., Krustinš Eduards, Laghi Andrea, Limdi Jimmy K., Rieder Florian, Rimola Jordi, Taylor Stuart A., Tolan Damian, van Rheenen Patrick, Verstockt Bram, Stoker Jaap ECCO-ESGAR Guideline for Diagnostic Assessment in IBD Part 1: Initial diagnosis, monitoring of known IBD, detection of complications Journal of Crohn s & colitis 2019;13 (2):144-164 [PubMed]
  • Runge Jurgen Henk, Smits Loek Pieter, Verheij Joanne, Depla Annekatrien, Kuiken Sjoerd Douwe, Baak Bert Cornelis, Nederveen Aart Johannes, Beuers Ulrich, Stoker Jaap MR Spectroscopy-derived Proton Density Fat Fraction Is Superior to Controlled Attenuation Parameter for Detecting and Grading Hepatic Steatosis Radiology 2018;286 (2):547-556 [PubMed]
  • IJspeert J. E. G., Tutein Nolthenius C. J., Kuipers E. J., van Leerdam M. E., Nio C. Y., Thomeer M. G. J., Biermann K., van de Vijver M. J., Dekker E., Stoker J. CT-Colonography vs. Colonoscopy for Detection of High-Risk Sessile Serrated Polyps American journal of gastroenterology 2016;111 (4):516-522 [PubMed]
  • Bohte Anneloes E., de Niet Annikki, Jansen Louis, Bipat Shandra, Nederveen Aart J., Verheij Joanne, Terpstra Valeska, Sinkus Ralph, van Nieuwkerk Karin M. J., de Knegt Rob J., Baak Bert C., Jansen Peter L. M., Reesink Henk W., Stoker Jaap Non-invasive evaluation of liver fibrosis: a comparison of ultrasound-based transient elastography and MR elastography in patients with viral hepatitis B and C European radiology 2014;24 (3):638-648 [PubMed]
  • Tielbeek Jeroen A. W., Ziech Manon L. W., Li Zhang, Lavini Cristina, Bipat Shandra, Bemelman Willem A., Roelofs Joris J. T. H., Ponsioen Cyriel Y., Vos Frans M., Stoker Jaap Evaluation of conventional, dynamic contrast enhanced and diffusion weighted MRI for quantitative Crohn's disease assessment with histopathology of surgical specimens European radiology 2014;24 (3):619-629 [PubMed]
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Research programmes

Prof. J. Stoker PhD (Abdominal imaging)

Research is aimed at improving existing and developing new imaging techniques and methods for abdominal diseases, especially gastrointestinal diseases. This encompasses the technical development as well as the evaluation of accuracy, reproducibility, efficiency, implementation, and patient acceptance of new techniques and methods. With current and new imaging techniques and methods large data sets are acquired, necessitating development of image processing techniques for optimized and efficient data evaluation.


 

Current and future research is especially directed at the development and evaluation of:
• Imaging in Crohn disease
• Advanced (MR) Imaging of the liver and pancreas
• MRI of bowel motility

Faculty
S. Bipat PhD
A.J. Nederveen MEng PhD
F.M. Vos PhD

Postdocs
C.S. de Jonge PhD
J.H. Runge MD PhD

PhD Students
T. Zhang MEng

Current research funding
  • AMC
  • Amsterdam Gastroenterology and Metabolism Res. Institute
  • Applied Clinical Intelligence LLC
  • Integraal Kankercentrum Nederland
  • KWF Kankerbestrijding
  • Robarts Clinical Trials Inc.
  • Stichting AMC Foundation (Vrijgesteld)
  • Takeda Development Center Americas, Inc.