Welcoming Prof. Mathias Prokop as top speaker for the EuSoMII Annual Meeting 2018 ‘Advances in Medical Imaging with Informatics and Artificial Intelligence’.
3rd November 2018, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, NL.
Discover the event at: http://www.eusomii.org/events/eusomii-annual-meeting-2018/

Mathias Prokop, M.D. has been appointed head of the
department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at
Radboud University Nijmegen in 2009 after having served
as Professor of Radiology at UMC Utrecht since 2004. In
1998 he started working as an associate professor of
Radiology at the University of Vienna Medical School,
Austria. He trained as a radiologist at Hanover Medical
School, Germany and earned a Bachelor of Science in
Physics at Philipps-University Marburg, Germany.

Prof. Prokop is an expert in body imaging with a special focus on multislice CT and
new imaging technologies. As one of the first users of the various generations of
multislice CT scanners, he is working on new and improved imaging applications,
with a special focus on cardiovascular and thoracic imaging.
The author of more than 350 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, 50 book
chapters, 300 scientific abstracts, and 300 invited lectures, Prof. Prokop has published
a textbook on body computed tomography that focuses specifically on multislice
technology and has been translated into 5 languages.
Prof. Prokop served on several industry advisory boards as well as numerous scientific committees. He is fellow of the Society of Computed Body Tomography & Magnetic Resonance (SCBT-MR). He is an elected member of the Fleischner Society and the Society of Strategic Studies Radiology (IS3R). He has been consultant to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on radiation protection in CT and the World Health Organization (WHO) on individual health assessment. He was vice chairman of the Dutch Radiological Society and is honorary member of the Hungarian Society of Radiology. He was the Josef Lissner Honorary Lecturer of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) in 2017 and the Roentgen Lecturer of the German Radiologic Society (DRG) in 2016. He received numerous awards from leading radiologic societies, most recently the Teaching Award of the European School of Radiology (ESOR).