The Department of Radiology
International Visiting Professor Program
Previous International Visiting Professors:
Dr. Eugene Yu, Assistant Professor Medical Imaging, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Toronto
Dr. Yu presented "Imaging of Upstaging Issues on Head and Neck Cancer" in August 2012.
Dr. Spyros Kollias, University of Zurich, Institute of Neuroradiology
The Department of Radiology – Section of Neuroradiology sponsored a noon conference entitled "Application of advanced techniques (DTI, fMRI and MRS) for imaging the spinal cord" presented by Spyros Kollias. Dr. Kollias is a professor at University of Zurich in the Institute of Neuroradiology where he is director of neuroMRI. He is well published and has funded research in functional MRI, DTI of brain and spinal cord, and cerebrovascular imaging using MRI. He is a frequently invited speaker to the ASNR, ESNR and other venues.
Dr. Riccardo Manfredi, University of Verona
Dr. Riccardo Manfredi is an associate professor in Pathology and Diagnostics, Radiology Section at the University of Verona in Italy. He presented a 45-minute lecture on Monday, 6/21/10 (Cystic lesions of the pancreas) & Tuesday, 6/22 (Autoimmune pancreatitis). Dr. Manfredi also attended our clinical conferences with other specialty clinicians, participated in daily radiology case conferences in abdominal imaging with our residents, and shared in our daily activities in the abdominal imaging reading room.
The New Era in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer; Dr. Laszlo Tabar
Dr. Tabár is Professor of Radiology at the University of Uppsala School of Medicine, Sweden, Medical Director in the Department of Mammography, Falun Central Hospital, Sweden and a Consultant Radiologist for numerous Comprehensive Breast Centers in the United States. He is the Project Leader for the Randomized Controlled Breast Cancer Screening Project in Kopparberg County, Sweden. Dr. Tabár is an Honorary member of the American College of Radiology, the Finnish Radiology Society, and the Hungarian Radiology Society. He is an author of several books including Teaching Atlas of Mammography, of Breast Cancer - The Art & Science of Early Detection With Mammography, of Breast Cancer - Early Detection With Mammography. Casting type calcifications. Sign of a subtype with deceptive features, of Breast Cancer - Early Detection With Mammography. Crushed stone-like calcifications. The most frequent malignant type, and of Practical Breast Pathology. Dr. Tabár is also the recipient of various awards including the Gold Medal from the Society of Breast Imaging and the American Cancer Society's Distinguished Service Award.