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Survey Prof. Dr. Marc Dewey, Vice Chair of Radiology at Charité, Berlin
Prof. Dr. Marc Dewey's main research interests are cardiac and thoracic imaging, evidence-based radiology, and artificial intelligence. He coordinates the Pan-European randomized DISCHARGE trial comparing invasive and noninvasive coronary angiography, the COME-CCT consortium, and the Quantitative Cardiac Imaging Study Group.
Marc Dewey is vice chair of the Department of Radiology at Charité -- Universitätsmedizin Berlin. He was the first radiologist to be appointed Heisenberg Professor at the German Research Foundation (DFG). The Heisenberg Program is directed primarily at outstanding researchers who meet all the requirements for appointment to a long-term professorship to prepare for a senior academic role
Marc Dewey is editor of the textbook Cardiac CT, section editor cardiac of European Radiology, and consultant to the editor of Radiology. His team has more than 230 publications with an impact factor of more than 1,400 and his h-index is 49 (more details here).
He has received the two highest scientific awards of the German Röntgen Society (DRG): the Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Award in 2009 and the Marie Curie Ring in 2012. He was secretary of congress of the DRG in 2010 and president of the Berlin-Brandenburg Radiological Society from 2011 to 2013, when he introduced the Gustav Bucky Award to recognize a German radiologist who pioneered x-ray techniques and was forced to leave Germany in 1933.
He initiated the Clinical Trials in Radiology sessions at ECR 2015 and the "My Thesis in 3 minutes" sessions together with Dr. Marc Zins in 2018. Dewey served as chair of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) scientific program committee from 2019 to 2020, has worked as a member of the ESR e-learning editorial board, and is chair of the ESR Research Committee from 2019 to 2022, with a focus on intensifying the collaboration between subspecialties and national societies.
At ECR 2018, Dewey presented the Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Honorary Lecture, "Value-based radiology: the future is now!" which was published as a summary in The Lancet in the same year and in full in Nature Digital Medicine in 2019.
You can read more about his research activities on his group website.