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C.P. (Christian) Mol Junior Researcher

  • Image Sciences Institute

C.P. Mol


Research Programs



Christian studied Software engineering at the HBO in Eindhoven where he got his BSc degree. After that he left for Utrecht to study Applied Computing Science at Utrecht University focusing on computational intelligence. After graduating he worked for almost 3 years at Utrecht University as scientific programmer in a project on social robotics. The project ran in the Intelligent Systems group and had a strong relation with agent technology. He is currently working as scientific programmer in the Computer-Aided Diagnosis group, working on imageXplorer, which is developed by this group.

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  • aggaag

Research Output (10)

Determinants of Difficulty and Discriminating Power of Image-based Test Items in Postgraduate Radiological Examinations

Rutgers Dirk R., van Raamt Fleur, van der Gijp Anouk, Mol Christian, ten Cate Olle mei 2018, In: Academic Radiology. 25 , p. 665-672

Evaluation of automatic neonatal brain segmentation algorithms:The NeoBrainS12 challenge

Isgum I, Benders Manon J N L, Avants Brian, Cardoso M. Jorge, Counsell Serena J., Gomez Elda Fischi, Gui Laura, Huppi Petra S., Kersbergen Karina J., Makropoulos Antonios, Melbourne Andrew, Moeskops Pim, Mol Christian P., Kuklisova-Murgasova Maria, Rueckert Daniel, Schnabel Julia A., Srhoj-Egekher Vedran, Wu Jue, Wang Siying, de Vries Linda S., Viergever Max A. 1 feb 2015, In: Medical Image Analysis. 20 , p. 135-151 17 p.

Osteoporosis markers on low-dose lung cancer screening chest computed tomography scans predict all-cause mortality

Buckens C F, van der Graaf Y, Verkooijen H M, Mali W P, Isgum I, Mol C P, Verhaar H J, Vliegenthart R, Oudkerk M, van Aalst C M, de Koning H.J., de Jong P. A. jan 2015, In: European Radiology. 25 , p. 132-139 8 p.

Automated coronary artery calcification scoring in non-gated chest CT: agreement and reliability

Takx R.A.P., de Jong P.A., Leiner T., Oudkerk M., de Koning H.J., Mol C.P., Viergever M.A., Isgum I. 2014, In: PLoS ONE [E]. 9 , p. e91239 1 p.

Cardiac valve calcifications on low-dose unenhanced ungated chest computed tomography:inter-observer and inter-examination reliability, agreement and variability

van Hamersvelt R.W., Willemink M.J., Takx R.A.P., Eikendal A.L., Budde R.P.J., Leiner T., Mol C.P., Isgum I., de Jong P.A. 2014, In: European Radiology. 24 , p. 1557-1564 8 p.

Automatic segmentation of eight tissue classes in neonatal brain MRI

Anbeek P., Isgum I., van Kooij B.J.M., Mol C.P., Kersbergen K.J., Groenendaal F., Viergever M.A., de Vries L.S., Benders M.J.N.L. 2013, In: PLoS ONE [E]. 8 , p. e81895 1 p.

Variation in quantitative CT air trapping in heavy smokers on repeat CT examinations

Mets O.M., Isgum I., Mol C.P., Gietema H.A., Zanen P., Prokop W.M., de Jong P.A. 2012, In: European Radiology. 22 , p. 2710-2717 8 p.

The effect of iterative reconstruction on computed tomography assessment of emphysema, air trapping and airway dimensions

Mets O.M., Willemink M.J., de Kort F.P.L., Mol C.P., Leiner T., Oudkerk M., Prokop W.M., de Jong P.A. 2012, In: European Radiology. 22 , p. 2103-2109 7 p.

CT-quantified emphysema in male heavy smokers: association with lung function decline

Mohamed Hoesein F.A.A., de Hoop B.J., Zanen P., Gietema H.A., Kruitwagen C.L.J.J., van Ginneken B., Isgum I., Mol C.P., van Klaveren R.J., Dijkstra A.E., Groen H.J.M., Boezen H.M., Postma D.S., Prokop W.M., Lammers J.W.J. 2011, In: Thorax. 66 , p. 782-787 6 p.

Rib suppression in chest radiographs to improve classification of textural abnormalities

Hogeweg L.E., Mol C.P., de Jong P.A., van Ginneken B. 2010, p. 76240Y-1-76240Y-6 6 p.

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