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04.05.2022Cardiac CT is ready for use in stable chest pain in clinical practice. This is demonstrated by the DISCHARGE study in a Europe-wide project with

Congratulations to our Team member Nader. Magnetic resonance elastography combined with Dense U-net segmentation allows tabulation of quantitative imaging markers without manual analysis and independent of other MRI sequences and can thus contribute to PCa detection and classification.

The results of the 2022 ESR Electronic Elections are in! Congratulations to Andrea Rockall, Christian Loewe, Marion Smits and to our Prof. Marc Dewey on their new positions – Prof. Dewey was elected as the ESR Publications Committee Chair!

Philipp Karius

Philipp Karius, a member of our working group, has finished his dissertation. He examined in detail the relevance of extracardiac findings on Coronary CT. Its

Benjamin Kendziora and Prof. Marc Dewey hi-fiving virtually

We are pleased to announce the first successful completion of an MD/PhD dissertation in our working group by our long-standing member Benjamin Kendziora. The dissertation

Today it was the time to freshen up our rescuing skills. Alina, which happens to be a tutor of the Charité Promotionskolleg and also a first aid course

Our @team_dewey group member Nader Aldoj just submitted his work to #arxiv by the Cornell University. This research has been done with the help of our colleagues Federico, Anja, Patrick

Announcement Student Assistant 40h/month We are looking for energetic support for our team in the EU-funded pan-European and multicenter DISCHARGE study. It is a pragmatic

Detection of relevant extracardiac findings on coronary computed tomography angiography vs. invasive coronary angiography

Detection of relevant extracardiac findings on coronary computed tomography angiography vs. invasive coronary angiography. While both coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) and invasive coronary angiography

After such an incredible year, the whole working group was looking forward to joint activities again. Normally, the group presents interesting works, invites guests, but