Prof. Vincent GREGOIRE graduated as a Medical Doctor (MD) in 1987 from the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. He was board certified in Radiation Oncology in Belgium in 1994 and obtained his PhD in Radiation Biology in 1996 after a fellowship at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston (USA).
Since his return from the USA, Prof. GREGOIRE was appointed at the Academic Hospital of the Catholic University of Louvain in Brussels (Belgium) where he is currently Director of the Center for Molecular Imaging and Experimental Radiotherapy, Professor in Radiation Oncology, and Head of Clinic in the Department of Radiation Oncology. Vincent GREGOIRE coordinates the Head and Neck Oncology program where the publication of the consensus guidelines for selection and delineation of the target volumes brought him worldwide recognition. Beside his clinical activities, Vincent GREGOIRE is running a translational research program on tumor microenvironment and the integration of functional and molecular imaging for treatment planning. Vincent GREGOIRE is director or co-director of 10 PhD theses and is author or co-author of 195 peer-reviewed publications and 15 book chapters. He has delivered more than 650 abstract presentations, lectures or teaching seminars worldwide. He is member of the editorial board of Radiotherapy & Oncology and is a member of numerous scientific societies, including ASTRO and ESTRO, on which he serves on various committees. He has been the President of ESTRO from 2007 to 2009. Dr Gregoire is President of the Belgian Association for Cancer Research (BACR). Vincent GREGOIRE is vice-President of the board of EORTC, past-Chairman of the Radiation Oncology Group of the EORTC and President-elect of the Head & neck group of the EORTC. Vincent GREGOIRE is Chair of the scientific committee of the Belgian Tumor Biobank at the Cancer registry and the Directeur of the Belgian National node of the BBMRI (European biobank network). Vincent GREGOIRE was acting chairman of an ICRU Report Committee on "dose prescription, specification and reporting in IMRT”. In 2008, he has been awarded Honorary Fellow of the British Royal College of Radiology.
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