Conducted innovation projects
Together with research partners, SurgicEye conducts several innovative projects for for enhancing intra-operative imaging and navigation in tumor surgery. Together with this partners and the funded projects we are able to conduct the research for innovative solutions that contribute to the cure of cancer.
Endotofpet addresses and combines an endoscoping single-photon counting PET detector head with secondary traditional detection electronics and new biomarkers for tumoural processes to produce preclinical prototypes for detecting and fighting cancer. Significant advances to state-of-the-art will be made for compact high-temperature detectors, scintillators, ultra-fast detection electronics, and multi-modal imaging techniques. SurgicEye will engineer new solutions for receiving and visualizing nuclear signals from an endoscopic probe. In the final stages, nuclear and ultrasonic images will be combined, creating a new method of navigating and visualizing with an endoscope.
Duration: 4 years; January 2011 – January 2015
- Aix-Marseille Université
- European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)>
- Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois et Universite de Lausanne
- Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
- Delft Technical University
- Kloe SA
- Laboratório de Instrumentaçao e Física Experimental de Particulas
- Technische Universität München
- University of Heidelberg
- University Milano Biccoca
Enhanced Radio-guided Occult Lesion Localization
In this project SurgicEye develops together with Crystal Photonics and ART a prototype for freehandSPECT image reconstruction using a handheld tracked gamma camera. The freehandSPECT workflow will be optimized for imaging and navigation for radio-guided occult lesion localization. At the end of the project, the created prototype will be used for clinical evaluation.
Duration: 3 years; July 2010 – June 2013