The goal of HYBRID is simply to demonstrate that one and one is more than two - in other words: make the impossible come true and really impact clinical routine
Stephan G. Nekolla, PhD
Stephan G. Nekolla, PhD, FESC, is the Director of Clinical Imaging Operations at the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Technische Universität München (Germany).
Dr. Nekolla's research fields are design, acquisition and analysis of PET, SPECT, MRI and CT studies, workflow considerations and quantification methods in clinical and pre-clinical studies. His primary focus is the optimal use of non-invasive imaging to understand the mechanism of disease in cardiology and oncology, their detection and therapy assessment. Especially the use of hybrid devices such as SPECT/CT, PET/CT, and PET/MRI is investigated.
He is the Author/Co-Author of 200 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and review articles. In the last decade, he was principal investigator or co-PI in a series of nationally or EU funded projects involving complex imaging and analysis protocols. Should one really believe in numbers as measures of academic success, his h-index is 58 and the RG score is 49.85.