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Professor Thomas Hellmut Schindler

Washington University, St Louis (United States of America)

Thomas Hellmut Schindler, M.D., is Full Professor of Medicine and Radiology at the Washington University in St. Louis, and as adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, USA. Between 02/2013-12/2017, Dr. Schindler served as Director of Nuclear Cardiovascular Medicine and Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, USA. From 2006-2013, Thomas Schindler had joined the faculty of the University of Geneva (Switzerland), initially as assistant professor in charge for Cardiovascular Imaging but also for General Clinical Cardiology, while being promoted to "Privat-Docent" in 2009 and Deputy Head Physician in Cardiology 2010. Thomas Schindler's research work has made major contributions in the identification and characterization of coronary circulatory dysfunction, cardiac sarcoidosis, and myocardial receptor imaging by means of PET. He received the 2020 Presidential Educator and 2018 Hermann Blumgart Award of the SNMMI.

Multimodality imaging of the vulnerable plaque

Event: ICNC-CT 2021

Topic: Cross-Modality and Multi-Modality Imaging Topics

Session type: Symposium


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