Jeremy Brown

Jeremy Brown is a VENI fellow with the Medical Physics and Technology (MP&T) and Applied Radiation and Isotopes (ARI) groups at TUDelft. His research focuses on the development of new techniques and methodologies for the measurement, modelling, and manipulation of the biological response to radiation. The end goal of his work is to improve our understanding of radiobiology at multiple length scales and, in turn, the clinical efficacy of radiotherapy.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Physics and Astronomy, Monash University, Victoria, Australia (2009-2015)
Thesis title: Studies in Single Photon Emission Imaging  

Bachelor of Science (Nuclear Physics) Honours 1st Class, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (2007-2008).

Grants/Prizes

SURF Compute Call 2020: Actively Collimated Multi-tracer Imaging (ACMI),
2020 NWO National Computer Facilities Access Grant (The Netherlands),
J. M. C. Brown.

Influence of intrinsic biological variability on the outcomes of proton radiotherapy in head and neck cancer,
2019 HollandPTC-Varian Call (The Netherlands),
J. M. C. Brown, D. C. van Gent, M. Capala, S. Habraken, S. Petit, G. Verduijn and D. Lathouwers.

Pilot Project: Actively Collimated Multi-tracer Imaging (ACMI),
2019 NWO National Computer Facilities Access Grant (The Netherlands),
J. M. C. Brown  .

Actively Collimated Multi-tracer Imaging (ACMI): The first fundamentally new in-vivo radio-molecular imaging modality in 40 years,
2018 NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme Veni (The Netherlands),
J. M. C. Brown.

Single Shot X-ray Tomography for Real-time Functional X-ray Imaging,
2015 NH&MRC Development Grant (APP1093319) (Australia),
M. J. Kitchen, J. M. C. Brown, D. M. Paganin, S. B. Hooper and J. T. Pearson.  

Medipix3 Timepix X-ray Detector for Propagation Base Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging,
2014 Monash NH&MRC Equipment Grant Funding (Australia),
M. J. Kitchen, J. M. C. Brown, S. B. Hooper and K. S. Morgan.  

Single Shot X-ray Tomography for Real-time Functional X-ray Imaging,
2013 Monash Major Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) project support program (Australia),
M. J. Kitchen, S. B. Hooper, J. T. Pearson and J. M. C. Brown.  

GPU Accelerated Compton Reconstruction for Single Photon Emission Imaging,
2010 NVidia Academic Partnership Grant (U.S.A.),
M. R. Dimmock, J. M. C. Brown and D. A. Nikulin.

Jeremy Brown

VENI Fellow