Oguz is Director of Body MRI at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. He is a leading expert on urogenital MRI. He has authored multiple books, among which Diagnostic Imaging - Gynecology (by Amyrsis®), and has made significant contributions the field of prostate MRI.
Jan is full professor at the University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium and has been passionated in cardiac imaging for more than 20 years. He has edited three textbooks - Clinical Cardiac MRI the best known - and published many scientific and review papers on cardiac imaging in radiological and cardiological journals.
Manon is an allround academic radiologist who specialises in abdominal imaging, with a special interest in oncologic imaging. She is a tenured staff member of the abdominal imaging faculty of the UMC Utrecht.
Hildo is Professor of Radiology at the Leiden University Medical Center in The Netherlands. He is an internationally recognized authority in the field of non-invasive cardiovascular and metabolic imaging. He has special interest in cardiovascular aspects related to obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes type 2. Hildo has authored over 200 highly cited research papers and numerous review articles and book chapters.
Maarten is an academic radiologist with special interest in Abdominal Radiology. His teaching and research center around hepato-pancreatico-biliairy pathology with special interest in radiological-anatomical-pathological correlations.
Tim is a cardiovascular imager and staff member at Utrecht University Hospital. He is a passionate researcher and educator who enjoys researching and writing about new technical developments in cardiovascular MR and CT. He completed postdoctoral research fellowships at Harvard Medical School and the University of Washington, Seattle.
Jim is a well-known expert on non-invasive body and vascular MR imaging. He is one of the inventors of peripheral MR angiography and a prolific author and lecturer at international radiological meetings. Jim has co-edited several textbooks on radiology.
Wally, an award-winning teacher of radiology to medical students, residents and fellows, has been a member of the Thoracic Imaging section of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania for over 20 years, with a special interest in diffuse lung diseases and infectious diseases. He is the author of four textbooks.
Anastasia completed thoracic and cardiac imaging fellowships at Brompton Hospital, London, UK, at Ottawa Hospital and at Vancouver General Hospital in Canada. She is inspired by teaching her residents and fellows and doing research on interstitial lung disease, lung cancer and pulmonary nodules.
Rodrigo is a body and cardiovascular radiologist at the Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium. He enjoys teaching and promoting non-invasive cardiovascular imaging to residents and other radiologist. His current field of research centers on emerging CT/MR imaging technologies and non-invasive imaging evaluation of cardiovasculair interventions.
Richard is a world-renowned educator in the field of abdominal imaging and Professor of Radiology at the University of North Carolina Hospitals, U.S.A. He has written 8 textbooks on abdominal MRI. His main expertise lies in cross sectional abdominal imaging with an emphasis on MRI, with a particular interest of liver, pancreas, kidney and bowel diseases.
With degrees in both graphic design and medical physics, Robert's skill set is perfectly suitable for creating art from science. When not out taking photographs in some remote part of the world, he busies himself with making the doRadiology products look cool and intuitive to navigate, whilst understanding the science behind it too.
Wouter is a radiologist by day and software developer by night. After doing a postdoc at Stanford University and an oncologic imaging scholarship at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, he is now a member of the abdominal imaging faculty of the UMC Utrecht. In his spare time he created the software used to author the books published here on doRadiology.com.
Tineke has more than 20 years of experience in the field of cardiovascular imaging. She has experience in clinical cardiology, thoracic surgery and congenital heart disease, but ultimately chose to become a radiologist. She is an expert in cardiovascular imaging and tenured staff member at Groningen University Hospital. Her main research topic is imaging of congenital heart disease and the right ventricle.