2018 MICCAI Fellows



MICCAI Fellowship is bestowed upon members of the community, as identified by their peers, in recognition of their exceptional contributions to Medical Image Computing and/or Computer-assisted Interventions, as well as to their contributions to the MICCAI society as a whole. The 2018 MICCAI Society Fellows election process consisted of Fellows nominating and then voting for candidates with the top 3 candidates with most votes recommended for election. The recommendations of the Fellows were then ratified by the MICCAI Society Board (Board members with any conflict of interest did not vote). The Fellows Elections officer for 2018 was Terry Peters (Robarts Research Institute, Canada).


List of New Fellows 2018

Pierre Jannin 
(Université de Rennes, France), 2018

For contributions to computer assisted surgery, surgical ontology, surgical process modelling, validation, and image guided neurosurgery.


Anne Martel (University of Toronto, Canada), 2018

For contributions to the science of medical image computing and for distinguished service to the MICCAI conference and Society.


Julia Schnabel 
(King’s College London, UK - now Technical University Munich & Helmholtz Center Munich, Germany), 2018

For contributions to multiple areas of medical image computing, and for distinguished service to the MICCAI conference and Society.