RSNA Reporting Vendor Forum Speaker List

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Curtis Langlotz, MD, PhD

Chair, RSNA Reporting Committee

Professor and Vice Chair for Informatics

University of Pennsylvania


Charles Kahn, MD, MS

Vice Chair, RSNA Reporting Committee

Professor of Radiology and Chief, Division of Imaging Informatics

Medical College of Wisconsin


George Birdsong, MD

Member, Health Information Technology Committee, College of American Pathologists

Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Director of Anatomic Pathology, Grady Health System


John Carrino, MD, MPH

Co-Chair DICOM Standards Committee

Member, Information Technology and Informatics Committee, American College of Radiology

Associate Professor of Radiology and Orthopaedic Surgery and Chief of Musculoskeletal Radiology

Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


Julian Dobranowski, MD

Provincial Head, Cancer Imaging Program, Cancer Care Ontario

Associate Clinical Professor, McMaster University

Dept of Diagnostic Imaging

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton


Robert Fleming

Director of Product Management

Nuance Communications


Juergen Fritsch, PhD

Chief Scientist

MModal, Inc


Robert Hendel, MD

Chair, American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards

Director, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit

University of Miami Hospital

Director of Cardiac Imaging and Outpatient Services

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine


Gerhard Kohl, MD

Product Manager, Reporting

Siemens AG Healthcare Sector

Imaging & Therapy Division


Jonathan Movson, MD

Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging

Brown University

Director of Radiology Informatics

Lifespan Healthcare


Kevin O'Donnell

Co-Chair DICOM Standards Committee

Co-Chair, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) Planning Committee

Toshiba American Medical Systems


Harry Solomon

Co-chair, DICOM Working Group 8—Structured Reporting

Interoperability Architect

GE Healthcare