Many of the projects of Maastro have a direct accessible website. We listed these below.

  • MAASTRO Clinic: our institution's website.
  • MISTIR: Multicentric In Silico Trials In Radiotherapy.
    MISTIR was a collaboration framework hosting different in silico comparison trials. As the site is now depreciated, some information is kept here for reference purposes.
  • PredictCancer: prediction models from MAASTRO resulting from multicentric studies and datasets.
    The MAASTRO prediction website is created to give information to physicians and health professionals about the risks and benefits of cancer treatment, in terms of side-effects, response and follow-up outcomes such as local recurrences and survival. Currently, the website contains MAASTRO prediction models that provide risk probabilities for individual patients with Lung, Rectal or Larynx cancer.
  • EuroCAT: Euregional Computer Assisted Theragnostics project (EuroCAT) in the Meuse-Rhine region (The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany).
    Copying data from existing databases with medical characteristics in cancer patients, tumours and treatments and linking them together on a larger scale together with software that skilfully mines the data and treatment results in a new international patient database and predicts treatment outcomes for each new patient. This international advanced computer network will rapidly identify patients for clinical trials and automate many of the standard processes. It will greatly improve the ability to learn and predict the outcome of individual treatments.
  • TraIT (CTMM): Translational Research IT project by CTMM
    IT infrastructure for the Netherlands that will facilitate the collection, storage, analysis, archiving and securing of the data generated in the CTMM’s twenty-one operational research projects. The TraIT project is a joint initiative between CTMM, the Dutch Cancer Society, the Dutch Heart Foundation, the Netherlands Federation of University Medical Centers (NFU), the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC), the String of Pearls Initiative (PSI) and the Netherlands eScience Center (NLeSC).