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The first-ever Philips CT NetForum Publication of the Year winner announced

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Philips is proud to announce that the publication "Spectral coronary multidetector computed tomography angiography: dual benefit by facilitating plaque characterization and enhancing lumen depiction" written by Boll DT, Hoffmann MH, Huber N, Bossert AS, Aschoff AJ, and Fleiter TR has won the Philips CT NetForum Publication of the Year Grand Prize Award.

 

The article was published in the September/October 2006 issue of the "Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography" and demonstrated that spectral DE MDCT imaging of ex-vivo atherosclerotic coronary arteries allows successful tissue characterization and enhances depiction of coronary lumen.

 

Dr. Daniel T. Boll, MD, of the Duke University Medical Center was the lead researcher for the article. Boll received his Degree Medical Doctor from the University of Essen in Germany in 1998. He was a resident at the University of Ulm in the Department of Radiology from 1999-2001. He then had a fellowship in MRI at Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals of Cleveland, USA, from 2002 - 2003 before returning to the University of Ulm radiology department from 2004-2006. In July, Boll joined the Duke University Medical Center in the United States as faculty in their Department of Radiology.

 

Boll's special clinical interests include non-invasive vascular imaging, MRA and CTA. His special research interests are non-invasive vascular imaging, MRA and CTA as well as Dual Energy CT.

 

As the Grand Prize winner of the CT NetForum Publication of the Year, Dr. Boll is eligible to receive a research grant of up to $20,000 to further advance his work in the science of CT imaging. He also is eligible for reasonable travel expenses up to $3,500 for a Philips-sponsored seminar, symposium, conference, or educational event.

 

Philips also announced the four CT NetForum Publication of the Year Honorable Mention award winners:

 

 

 

 

 

These Honorable Mention winners will receive reasonable travel reimbursement for the presentation of related research at a Philips-sponsored scientific conference.

 

Congratulations to all of the fine researchers awarded and nominated for the CT NetForum Publication of the Year, and a thank you to all who nominated and voted for a publication.

 

Together we rewarded Brilliance!

 Dr. Boll being presented with the Philips CT NetForum Publication of the Year Grand Prize award at RSNA.
Dr. Boll being presented with the Philips CT NetForum Publication of the Year Grand Prize award at RSNA.


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