She is dentist, Doctor in Dental Sciences (PhD University of Leuven), periodontologist (KU Leuven) and Master in Dental Radiology (University of London). She is full professor at the University of Leuven and visiting professor at Karolinksa Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden and Dalian Medical University in China. R. Jacobs is heading the omfs impath research group of the KU Leuven (omfsimpath.be), being responsible for research, education as well as clinical activities in the field of dentomaxillofacial radiology (Clinical Head DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology University Hospitals UZKULeuven). She is Secretary General of the International Association of DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology and section editor of Clinical Oral Investigations, International Journal of Oral Implantology, European Journal of Radiology, Journal of Dentistry as well as Oral Radiology. She has received the D Collen Research Travel Award (1994), a postdoctoral fellowship of the European Commission (1994-95) for work with Prof P-I Brånemark (Univ Göteborg), the IADR Young Investigators Award (1998) and the Belgian Joachim Award in the Odontostomatology (1999). In 2013, she received a Dr Honoris Causa at the “Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj-Napoca. She is involved in many multidisciplinary and interuniversity research collaborations and has been actively participating in 5 European projects (ref. Pisa, Minosquare, Osteodent, SedentexCT, Dimitra). She is (co-)author of 6 books and more than 550 publications in peer-reviewed journals besides multiple invited lectures and publications.
Immagini CBCT oltre l’immaginazione
Ven 10 Nov
CBCT imaging beyond imagination
Dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) was introduced about 25 years ago, and its introduction has assisted in revolutionising endodontic therapy. Apart from the fact that it holds an immense diagnostic potential in endodontics, it also allows for pre-treatment planning and image-guided endodontics. Overall, CBCT may offer affordable in-house 3D imaging with relatively low radiation dose. Yet, considering the more than 280 CBCT models available on the market worldwide, statements on CBCT cannot be generalised as there are huge variations in technical characteristics, diagnostic performance and radiation doses, In the current lecture, an overview of 25 years of CBCT use in endodontic research and clinical applications will be given with a focus on the current state and future applications in endodontic diagnosis and therapy.
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