Olivier Lucidarme is a Professor of Radiology at Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC-Paris VI). Since 1993 he has held a position as a radiologist specialized in oncologic imaging and abdominal imaging at la Pitié Salpêtrière hospital in Paris. Pr Lucidarme earned his PhD degree in 2003 for his research on functional imaging of angiogenesis performed at UPMC and the research imaging lab at the Hillcrest Hospital in San Diego (University of San Diego-California, USA). Pr Lucidarme is currently in charge of oncologic imaging using CT, MRI, Ultrasound and contrast enhanced Ultrasound in clinical practice. He is particularly involved in clinical research concerning the assessment of tumor response using morphologic or functional imaging. He is also involved in translational research in angiogenesis imaging particularly using dynamic contrast enhanced ultrasound or MRI (Functional imaging lab, INSERM unit 678). Pr Lucidarme is a member of the International Cancer Imaging Society, European Society of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America and the European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology.
Pr. Jean-Charles Soria
Jean-Charles Soria is a Professor of Medicine and Medical Oncology at South-Paris University. He is a tenure-track and full time cancer specialist at Institut Gustave Roussy (IGR). Dr Soria trained as a medical oncologist and obtained the Silver Medal from Paris Medical School in 1997. He gained a PhD degree in the fundamental basis of oncogenesis in 2001 and completed his training with a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Thoracic Head and Neck Medical Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. Pr Soria is currently Head of the Phase I Program at Institut Gustave Roussy and is a member of the lung cancer unit with a focus on targeted therapies. His main research interests are: early clinical development, phase I trials across solid tumors, pharmacodynamic biomarkers and lung cancer. He is also involved in translational research aspects related to tumor progression notably in lung cancer models (INSERM unit 981). Dr Soria was a member of ESMO executive committee from 2008 to 2009, and serves as an ASCO committee member since 2006. He has contributed to over 230 peer-reviewed publications, including publications as first or last author in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, and the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Pr Daniel O Slosman
Professor Daniel O Slosman, MD, joins BANOOK Central Imaging as scientific advisor in 2013.
Dr. Slosman received a Doctor of Medicine degree from the Geneva University Medical School, Geneva, (Switzerland) in 1982. His initial training in radio-oncology and nuclear medicine was completed at Brookhaven National Laboratory,Upton, NY (USA) as well as at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York, (USA). After completion of his training in Nuclear Medicine, Dr. Slosman remained on the staff at the Geneva University Hospital. In 1997, he became professor and chief of Nuclear Medicine at the Geneva University Hospital.
During his work at the Geneva University Hospital, Prof. Slosman developed a great deal of interest on quality management and quality systems, bone density and osteoporosis, body composition as well as metabolic PET imaging. He had in charge the entire DXA QC program of the Ranelate of Strontium development including phase 3 FIRST-SOTI-TROPOS. He was also the coauthor a national program of research on neuroscience « PNR-38 Neuroscience » on Brain energy metabolism in dementias of the Alzheimer type.
Since moving in private clinical activity, he added additionnal expertise on bone metabolic disease, and dedicated part of his time on quality management, first being medical director for Nuclear Medicine at Synarc before joigning Banook Central Imaging.