2009 List of MICCAI Fellows


 

The election of Fellows of the Medical Image Computing and Computer-Aided Intervention Society is made annually to a small number of senior members of the MICCAI community in recognition of substantial scientific contributions to the MICCAI research field and service to the MICCAI community.

The 2009 MICCAI Society Fellows Election Committee was Alison Noble (University of Oxford, UK) , Jim Duncan (University of Yale, USA) and Kevin Cleary (Georgetown University, USA).

 

Nicholas Ayache (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France):

for scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and simulation, and promotion of the field through journal editorship and conference organization.

 

Alan Colchester (University of Kent, UK):

for scientific contributions to neuro-image analysis and service to the MICCAI Society

 

Takeyoshi Dohi (University of Tokyo, Japan):

for scientific contributions to computer-aided surgery and medical robotics and promotion of the field through involvement in the MICCAI Society and related professional societies.

 

Guido Gerig (University of Utah, USA): 

for scientific contributions to neuro-imaging and image analysis, and service to the field through conference organization and committee membership.

 

David Hawkes (University College London, UK):

for scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and image-guided interventions, and service to the field through conference organization.

 

Karl Heinz Höhne (University of Hamburg, Germany):

for scientific contributions to medical image visualization and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

Ron Kikinis (Harvard Medical School, USA):

for scientific contributions to neuro-imaging and the development of image-guided therapy tools for clinical practice.

 

Terry Peters (Robarts Research Institute, Canada):

for scientific contributions to image-guided surgery and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

Rich Robb (Mayo Clinic USA):

for scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and visualization and service to the MICCAI Society

 

Chris Taylor (University of Manchester, UK):

for scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis, and active promotion of the field through conference organisation and professional organisation and journal editorial board membership.

 

Russ Taylor (Johns Hopkins University, USA):

for scientific contributions to computer-integrated surgery and medical robotics and service to the field through membership of editorial boards and program committees 

 

Max Viergever (Utrecht University, Netherlands):

for scientific contributions to medical image computing, and service to the field through journal editorship and board membership.