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Diagnostic imaging
Diagnostic Imaging

Visiting Professors

Each year, our Visiting Professor Program promotes the presence of distinguished professors and representatives from the Diagnostic Imaging field from all over the world at SickKids and the University of Toronto.

The program allows staff from our own Department and around the Hospital to experience different and innovative teaching methods, while making a relevant contribution to intensifying and consolidating new and continuing cooperation projects and relationships with various hospitals and universities worldwide.

A summary of visiting professor activities for 2016/2017 is shown below:

Dr. Kushaljit Singh Sodhi
Additional Professor
Department of Radiodiagnosis
Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER)
Chandigarh, India

May 25, 27, 2016

  • Lung MRI in Children
  • Interesting Radiological Cases with Pathological Co-relation

Dr. Paul Griffiths
Professor of Radiology, 
Department of Infection, Immunity & Cardiovascular Disease
University of Sheffield
Sheffield, UK

October 20, 2016

 

  •  Results of the Meridian Study - A large multicentre study of diagnostic accuracy of fetal brain MR

 

Dr. Arastoo Vossough
Attending Neuroradiologist/ Paediatric Neuroradiologist
Pennsylvania Hospital, Hospital of the University, Penn Presbytarian Medical Centrer, 
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Associate Professor of Radiology,
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Pennsylvania, US

November 3, 2016

  • Exploiting Recent Advances in MRI in Clinical Paediatric Neuroradiology

Dr. Ricardo Faingold
Paediatric Radiologist,
Montreal Children's Hospital
Assistant Professor,
Department of Diagnostic Radiology, MUHC
Montreal, Canada

November 15, 2016

  • The Role of Perfusion Ultrasound in Infants

Dr. Michael Aquino
Assistant Professor
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centre in the Division of Emergency Imaging
Cincinnati, US

November 18. 2016

  • After-Hours Paediatric Radiology Coverage

Dr. Tae Kyoung Kim
Professor of Radiology, 
University of Toronto  
Radiologist, UHN/MSH/WCH
Toronto, Canada

December 9, 2016

  • Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) in the Abdomen

Dr. Giulio Zuccoli
Professor of Radiology, 
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Director of Paediatric Neuroradiology, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, US

December 15-16, 2016

  • Teaching Rounds
  • Autoimmune Brain Diseases and Its Mimics in Children

Dr. Elka Miller
Chief, Medical Director, and Research Director, 
Medical Imaging Department,
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Ottawa, Canada

January 26, 2017

  • Can 3T Tesla Fetal MRI Improve the Image Resolution of Brain Structures?

Dr. Laurent Garel
Clinical Professor of Radiology, 
Universite de Montreal
Staff Radiologist, Department of Medical Imaging, Ste. Justine Hospital
Montreal, Canada

February 13, 2017

  • Testicular and Ovarian Torsion - Time is the Enemy

Dr. Ethan Smith
Paediatric Radiology
University of Michigan
Michigan, US

May 1-2, 2017

  • Paediatric Appendicitis MRI
  • Imaging-Based Treatment Decision in Paediatric Oncology

Dr. Tracy Kilborn
Associate Professor
University of Cape Town
Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital
Cape Town, South Africa

May 8, 9, 11, 2017

  • "Case Base" Teaching Sessions for Fellows & Residents
  • Spinal Infection in Children
  • Neuroimaging in Paediatric HIV

Dr. Russell Metcalfe
Paediatric Radiologist, 
Director, Starship Paediatric Radiology,
Starship Hospital/Child Health
Auckland, NZ

July 11, 12, 2017

  • "Shaken Islands and Shaken Babies" Earthquakes, child abuse, and the influence of FAKE science, making life difficult for paediatric radiologists in New Zealand.
  • Interpreting Paediatric Bone Lesions
  • Radiology in Paediatric Intensive Care

Dr. Andrea Rossi
Chief, Neuroradiology,
IRCCS Istituto Giannini Gaslini Children's Hospital 
Professor, Radiology and Neuroradiology, 
University of Genoa
Genoa, Italy

October 6, 2017

  • Spinal Dysraphism
  • Difficult Case Conference: Focus on the Posterior Cranial Fossa

See Previous Visiting Professors to our Department.