Prof. Michael Lassmann
Professor Michael Lassmann leads the physics group of the department.
He received his PhD in physics
in 1989. His
primary research interests are internal dosimetry and radiation protection in
nuclear medicine. Between 2001 and 2008 he chaired the EANM Dosimetry Committee. He also coordinated the dosimetry part of
several international multicenter clinical trials.
Professor Lassmann authored more than 60 publications and gave many
invited lectures at national and international meetings. He also was in charge
of the scientific organization of the 1st and 2nd
"International Symposium on Radionuclide Therapy and Radiopharmaceutical
Dosimetry" held in conjunction with the annual EANM congresses in 2004 and
Professor Lassmann is the
scientific coordinator of this project.
Uta Eberlein received her Diploma in Physics from the University of Konstanz,
Germany in 2008. She already gained work experience in medical imaging at the
Mayo Clinic Ultrasound Research Laboratory in Rochester
and at the Institute of Medical Physics in Erlangen, Germany.
Now she works in the Physics group of Professor Lassmann.
Eberlein is responsible for the literature review of the dosimetry and
epidemiology data of radiopharmaceuticals as a basis for subsequent