Frank de Lange is a medical physicist and Radiology staff member since November 2008, his responsibilities cover research equipment and ict. He studied experimental physics, specialized in molecular biophysics, at the VU University of Amsterdam. He obtained his PhD at the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre on vibrational spectroscopy applied to structure-function relationships in protein-ligand complexes of the visual system. As a postdoc he worked on cell biological applications of molecular imaging and force microscopy, addressing cell adhesion phenomena in the groups of Prof. Carl Figdor and Prof. Bé Wieringa (NCMLS). In November 2005 he started as medical physics trainee and became registered as such in October 2008. His current research focus is on the implementation of novel technologies in interventional radiology.