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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lothar R Schad

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lothar R Schad
Office : House 3, Level 4, Room 118
Phone : +49 (0) 621 383 5121
Fax : +49 (0) 621 383 5123
Email : lothar.schad@medma.uni-heidelberg.de

Postal Address:
Computer Assisted Clinical Medicine
Medical Faculty Mannheim
Heidelberg University
Theodor-Kutzer-Ufer 1-3
68167 Mannheim
Germany
Education and positions:
1976-1981 Studies of Physics at the University of Heidelberg
1981 Diploma, Physics
1981-1983 Pre- and postdoctoral fellow, MPI of Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg
1983 PhD Physics, University of Heidelberg
1984-1991 Postdoctoral fellow at the German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg
1991 Habilitation, University of Heidelberg
1991-1996 Heisenberg fellow, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg
1996 Visiting scientist, Washington University, St. Louis
1997 Professor of Medical Physics, University of Heidelberg
1997-2007 Head of the group Functional and Physiological MRI at the German Cancer Research Center, Department Medical Physics in Radiology, Heidelberg
2001 Offer for chair (C3) at the University of Hannover (declined)
2006 Offer for chair (W3) at the University of Heidelberg
since 2004 Editor-in-chief Zeitschrift fuer Medizinische Physik
since 2007 Chair (W3) in Computer Assisted Clinical Medicine, Medical Faculty Mannheim, University Heidelberg

Research: Improved oncological radiotherapy treatment planning and monitoring by using physiological and functional imaging of CT, MRI and PET. Developing of new MR techniques (23Na imaging, dynamic MRT, diffusion, perfusion, blood bolus tagging, BOLD MRI) for clinical use in therapy planning and monitoring. Imaging of hyperpolarized 3He in the human lung, techniques (T2*- and T1-technique) for non-invasive measuring of tissue oxygenation and perfusion in the myocardium and with general interest in radiology.





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