Jan Peter Frans Seuntjens

Academic title(s): 

Professor, Department of Oncology, Medical Physics Unit, McGill University Director, Medical Physics Unit, McGill University Principal Investigator, Research Institute, McGill University Health Centre Associate Member, Department of Physics, McGill University

Contact Information

Cedars Cancer Centre, Medical Physics, DS1.7141
McGill University Health Centre - Glen Site
1001 boul. Décarie
Montréal, QC H4A 3J1

Email address: 
jan.seuntjens [at] mcgill.ca
Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Radiomics for Advanced Diagnostics
Current research: 

Dr. Seuntjens' research focuses on the applications of physics in medicine and biology. He has been primarily involved with techniques to optimize the efficacy of radiation therapy by making the determination and planning of the dose delivered in radiation therapy more accurate. To this end he has developed special Monte Carlo simulation techniques and detection techniques. These Monte Carlo techniques are now routinely used in clinical practice. A second area of interest is the development of new radiation therapy treatment techniques. These include Modulated Electron Radiation Therapy (MERT) as well as intraoperative radiation therapy techniques (IORT). In addition, he has also worked on microscopic Monte Carlo computational methods to better understand the mechanistic effect of radiation on cellular response.