Ivonne Rodriguez


After obtaining a medical degree and a double master’s degree in Public Health, I joined the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) to delve into cutting-edge research. My area of focus is Radiogenomics, where I explore the impact of tumor biology on tumor morphology. This research is crucial for enhancing cancer diagnosis and tailoring personalized medicine. As a member of the Radiogenomics research group led by Zuhir Bodalal, my primary aim is to identify radiomic signatures that non-invasively capture the intricate details of tumor characteristics. Through this work, I strive to advance our diagnostic capabilities, thereby improving patient care significantly.