Mrs Hasar Hamze

Imaging Technologist
Phone - +61 2 9717 9674
   
Mrs Hasar Hamze

Profile

Role at ANSTO

 
Hasar works within a multi-disiplinary team in the ANSTO/BMRI collaborative imaging facility ensuring that the PET and SPECT imaging systems and accessories are functioning properly through quality control procedures.
 
Hasar also provides support in the pre-clinical molecular imaging research programs by running adapted acquisition protocols, in order to optimize experimental output.
 

Background

 
Hasar joined ANSTO Life Sciences in 2012 as an Imaging Technologist.
 

Qualifications & Achievements

 
Masters of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine ) from the University of Sydney (2011)
Bachelor of Medical Science from the University of Western Sydney (2009)
 

Selected publications

Reilhac, A., Boisson, F., Wimberley, C. J., Parmar, A., Zahra, D., Hamze, H., Davis, E., Arthur, A., Bouillot, C., Charil, A., Gregoire, M-C., Simultaneous scanning of two mice in a small-animal PET scanner: a simulation-based assessment of the signal degradation. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 61(3), 1371-1388 (2016). doi: 10.1088/0031-9155/61/3/1371


Reilhac. A., Charil, A., Wimberley, C., Angelis, G., Hamze, H., Callaghan, P., Garcia, M-P., Boisson, F., Ryder, W., Meikle, S. R., Gregoire, M-C. 4D PET iterative deconvolution with spatiotemporal regularization for quantitative dynamic PET imaging. NeuroImage, 118, 484-493 (2015). doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.06.029


Boisson, F., Wimberley, C., Lehnert, W., Zahra, D., Pham, T., Perkins, G., Hamze, H., Gregoire, M-C., Reilhac, A. NEMA NU 4-2008 Validation and applications of the PET-SORTEO Monte Carlo simulations platform for the geometry of the Inveon PET preclinical scanner. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 58(19), 6749-6763 (2013). doi: 10.1088/0031-9155/58/19/6749


Boisson, F., Zahra, D., Parmar, A., Gregoire, M-C., Meikle, S., Hamze, H., Reilhac, A. Imaging capabilities of the Inveon SPECT system using single and multi-pinhole collimators. Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 54(10), 1833-1840 (2013). doi: 10.2967/jnumed.112.117572