Anton Schreuder started as a PhD student in the Diagnostic Image Analysis Group of the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Imaging of the Radboudumc (Nijmegen) in 2016 right after obtaining his medical degree from Leiden University Medical Center. His research focuses on risk prediction modelling in the field of lung cancer CT screening; the goal is to use information from CT scans to determine who should (continue to) participate in the screening programs as well as how often they should be screened (Artificial intelligence for lung cancer screening project). Anton's supervision team consists of Cornelia Schaefer-Prokop (primary promoter), Bram van Ginneken (secondary promoter), Colin Jacobs (co-promoter), and Mathias Prokop (supervisor) and was funded by the Dutch Cancer Society and Bram van Ginneken's VICI grant.

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