Publications of Thomas de Bel

Papers in international journals

  1. T. de Bel, J. Bokhorst, J. van der Laak and G. Litjens, "Residual cyclegan for robust domain transformation of histopathological tissue slides.", Medical Image Analysis, 2021;70:102004.
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  2. M. Balkenhol, F. Ciompi, Ż. Świderska-Chadaj, R. van de Loo, M. Intezar, I. Otte-Höller, D. Geijs, J. Lotz, N. Weiss, T. de Bel, G. Litjens, P. Bult and J. van der Laak, "Optimized tumour infiltrating lymphocyte assessment for triple negative breast cancer prognostics.", BREAST, 2021;56:78-87.
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  3. Z. Swiderska-Chadaj, T. de Bel, L. Blanchet, A. Baidoshvili, D. Vossen, J. van der Laak and G. Litjens, "Impact of rescanning and normalization on convolutional neural network performance in multi-center, whole-slide classification of prostate cancer", Scientific Reports, 2020;10(1):14398.
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  4. W. Bulten, H. Pinckaers, H. van Boven, R. Vink, T. de Bel, B. van Ginneken, J. van der Laak, C. de Hulsbergen-van Kaa and G. Litjens, "Automated deep-learning system for Gleason grading of prostate cancer using biopsies: a diagnostic study", Lancet Oncology, 2020;21(2):233-241.
    Abstract DOI PMID arXiv Cited by ~29 Algorithm
  5. M. Hermsen, T. de Bel, M. den Boer, E. Steenbergen, J. Kers, S. Florquin, J. Roelofs, M. Stegall, M. Alexander, B. Smith, B. Smeets, L. Hilbrands and J. van der Laak, "Deep-learning based histopathologic assessment of kidney tissue", Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 2019;30(10):1968-1979.
    Abstract DOI PMID Cited by ~25
  6. A. Setio, A. Traverso, T. de Bel, M. Berens, C. Bogaard, P. Cerello, H. Chen, Q. Dou, M. Fantacci, B. Geurts, R. Gugten, P. Heng, B. Jansen, M. de Kaste, V. Kotov, J. Lin, J. Manders, A. Sonora-Mengana, J. Garcia-Naranjo, E. Papavasileiou, M. Prokop, M. Saletta, C. Schaefer-Prokop, E. Scholten, L. Scholten, M. Snoeren, E. Torres, J. Vandemeulebroucke, N. Walasek, G. Zuidhof, B. Ginneken and C. Jacobs, "Validation, comparison, and combination of algorithms for automatic detection of pulmonary nodules in computed tomography images: The LUNA16 challenge", Medical Image Analysis, 2017;42:1-13.
    Abstract DOI PMID arXiv Cited by ~291

Papers in conference proceedings

  1. T. de Bel, M. Hermsen, J. Kers, J. van der Laak and G. Litjens, "Stain-Transforming Cycle-Consistent Generative Adversarial Networks for Improved Segmentation of Renal Histopathology", Medical Imaging with Deep Learning, 2019.
    Abstract Url Cited by ~9

Abstracts

  1. M. Hermsen, T. de Bel, M. den Boer, E. Steenbergen, J. Kers, S. Florquin, J. Roelofs, M. Stegall, M. Alexander, B. Smith, B. Smeets, L. Hilbrands and J. van der Laak, "Deep learning-based histopathological assessment of renal tissue", American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week 2019, 2019.
    Abstract
  2. M. Hermsen, T. de Bel, M. den Boer, E. Steenbergen, J. Kers, S. Florquin, B. Smeets, L. Hilbrands and J. van der Laak, "Glomerular detection, segmentation and counting in PAS-stained histopathological slides using deep learning", Dutch Federation of Nephrology (NfN) Fall Symposium, 2018.
    Abstract
  3. M. Hermsen, T. de Bel, M. van de Warenburg, J. Knuiman, E. Steenbergen, G. Litjens, B. Smeets, L. Hilbrands and J. van der Laak, "Automatic segmentation of histopathological slides from renal allograft biopsies using artificial intelligence", Dutch Federation of Nephrology (NfN) Fall Symposium, 2017.
    Abstract