Mireia Crispin-Ortuzar

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Vita

Since 07/2017
Visiting Fellow at Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Advisor: Dr Florian Markowetz

Since 07/2017
Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College, University of Cambridge

06/2015 - 06/2017
Research Fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Advisor: Dr Joseph O. Deasy

09/2011 - 02/2015
DPhil (PhD) Student at University of Oxford, Department of Physics
Advisor: Prof. Alan J. Barr

Degrees

DPhil (PhD) in Particle Physics
2015, University of Oxford

BSc+MSc in Physics
2011, University of Valencia, Spain

Mireia Crispin-Ortuzar

Mireia Crispin-Ortuzar
University of Cambridge
CRUK Cambridge Institute
Li Ka Shing Centre
Robinson Way
Cambridge, CB2 0RE, UK
e: mireia.crispinortuzar @cruk.cam.ac.uk
p: +44 (0) 1223 769 663

CRUK logo Cambridge University

Publications

  1. A radiobiological model of radiotherapy response and its correlation with prognostic imaging variables
    M Crispin-Ortuzar, J Jeong, A Fontanella and J Deasy
    Phys. Med. Bio., Vol 62 Num 7
    [ Journal ]
  2. WE-AB-202-11: Radiobiological Modeling of Tumor Response During Radiotherapy Based On Pre-Treatment Dynamic PET Imaging Data
    M Crispin-Ortuzar, M Grkovski, B Beattie, N Lee, N Riaz, J Humm, J Jeong, A Fontanella and J Deasy
    Med. Phys. 43, 3797 (2016)
    [ Abstract ]
  3. High Jet Multiplicity Physics at the LHC
    M Crispin-Ortuzar
    Springer International Publishing, ISBN 978-3-319-43460-5
    [ Book ]
  4. Measurement of four-jet differential cross-sections in sqrt(s)=8 TeV proton-proton collisions using the ATLAS experiment
    The ATLAS Collaboration
    JHEP, 12 (2015) 105
    [ Journal | arXiv ]
  5. Limits on metastable gluinos from ATLAS SUSY searches at 8 TeV
    M. Crispin Ortuzar, A. Haas, Z. Marshall, M. Ronzani, A. Sfyrla
    ATL-COM-PHYS-2014-037, Geneva, CERN
    [ Note | Public Note ]
  6. Search for new phenomena in final states with large jet multiplicities and missing transverse momentum at sqrt(s)=8 TeV proton-proton collisions using the ATLAS experiment
    The ATLAS Collaboration
    JHEP, 10 (2013) 130
    [ Journal | arXiv ]
  7. Performance assumptions based on full simulation for an upgraded ATLAS detector at a High-Luminosity LHC
    J. Alconada, M. Corradi, M. Crispin Ortuzar, M. T. Dova, P. Francavilla, A. Khanov, F. Monticelli, E. Moyse, C. Pizio, C. Pollard, P. S. Wells
    ATL-COM-PUB-2013-009, Geneva, CERN
    [ Note | Public Note ]
  8. Searches for Supersymmetry at the high luminosity LHC with the ATLAS Detector
    A. Barr, K. Boone, A. Canepa, M. Crispin-Ortuzar, M. D'Onofrio, C. Young, G. Polesello, G. Redlinger
    ATL-COM-PUB-2013-002, Geneva, CERN
    [ Note | Public Note ]
  9. Search for new phenomena using large jet multiplicities and missing transverse momentum with ATLAS in 5.8 ifb of sqrt(s) = 8 TeV proton-proton collisions
    A. Barr, M. Crispin-Ortuzar, A. Mincer, R. Neves, A. Robichaud Veronneau, A. Sfyrla, A. Tua, C. Young
    ATL-COM-PHYS-2012-964, Geneva, CERN
    [ Note ]
  10. Toward early-warning detection of gravitational waves from compact binary coalescence
    K. Cannon, R. Cariou, A. Chapman, M. Crispin-Ortuzar, N. Fotopoulos, M. Frei, C. Hanna, E. Kara, D. Keppel, L. Liao, S. Privitera, A. Searle, L. Singer, A. Weinstein
    The Astrophysical Journal 748, 136 (2012)
    [ Journal | arXiv ]
  11. Depth-dose distribution of proton beams using inelastic-collision cross sections of liquid water
    C. Candela Juan, M. Crispin-Ortuzar and M. Aslaninejad
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods B 269, 2 (2011) 189-196
    [ Journal ]

Conference presentations, posters and seminars

  1. Combined FDG and CT Radiomics Features Predict FMISO Uptake in Head and Neck Cancer
    ☆ Annual Meeting Abstract Award
    ☆ Best in Physics
    ASTRO Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA (upcoming, Sep 2017)
    • Using FDG PET and CT Radiomics Features to Predict FMISO Uptake in Head and Neck Cancer
      ☆ Best in Physics
      AAPM 59th Annual Meeting, Denver CO (upcoming, Aug 2017)
    • Robustness Against Artifacts, Reliability and Reproducibility of CT Radiomics Features in Head and Neck Cancers
      AAPM 59th Annual Meeting, Denver CO (upcoming, Aug 2017)
    • Predicting Lung Tumor Regression: Combining FDG PET-Based Mechanistic Models and CT-Based Geometric Models
      AAPM 59th Annual Meeting, Denver CO (upcoming, Aug 2017)
    • Big Data in Medical Physics
      Physics Department, University of Valencia, Spain (Apr 2017)
    • Image-based radiobiology: modeling the radiotherapy response of heterogeneous tumors
      MSK Postdoctoral Research Symposium, New York NY, US (Nov 2016)
    • Image-based radiobiology: modeling the radiotherapy response of heterogeneous tumors
      Massachussets General Hospital, Boston MA, US (Sep 2016)
    • Radiobiological Modeling of Tumor Response During Radiotherapy Based On Pre-Treatment Dynamic PET Imaging Data
      ☆ Selected as Hot Topic
      AAPM 58th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, US (Aug 2016)
    • Image-based radiobiology: modeling the radiotherapy response of heterogeneous tumors
      University of Oxford, UK (Jul 2016)
    • Image-based radiobiological modelling of radiotherapy response for tumours with vascular heterogeneity
      International Conference on the use of Computers in Radiation Therapy, London, UK (Jun 2016)
    • Beyond the Standard Model of Particle Physics
      Medical Physics Seminar, MSKCC, New York NY, US (Nov 2014)
    • ATLAS jet and missing ET reconstruction, calibration, and performance
      International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics, Crete, Greece (Aug 2014)
    • Looking for SUSY from the experimental perspective: the ATLAS multi-jet search
      Particle Phenomenology Forum, Dalitz Institute, Oxford, UK (Feb 2014)
    • Missing ET basics
      Hadronic Calibration Workshop, University of Chicago, USA (Sep 2013)
    • Jet and ETmiss performance at high luminosity
      ATLAS HL-LHC UK meeting, University College London, UK (Sep 2013)