Fellows


The election of Fellows of the Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention Society is made annually to a small number of senior members of the MICCAI community in recognition of substantial scientific contributions to the MICCAI research field and service to the MICCAI community.
The first awards were announced in 2009.

The regulations regarding Fellowship and the Election Process can be found here

 

Nicholas Ayache (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France), 2009

For scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and simulation, and promotion of the field through journal editorship and conference organization.

 

Christian Barillot (IRISA-CNRS, France), 2011

For significant contributions to neuro-imaging and brain image analysis.

 

 

Alan Colchester (University of Kent, UK), 2009

For scientific contributions to neuro-image analysis and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

 

Dorin Comaniciu (Siemens Corp. Technology, Princeton, USA), 2015

For contributions to the theory and practice of medical imaging and image-guided interventions.

 

 

Takeyoshi Dohi (University of Tokyo, Japan), 2009

For scientific contributions to computer-aided surgery and medical robotics and promotion of the field through involvement in the MICCAI Society and related professional societies.

 

 

James Duncan (Yale University, USA), 2010

For outstanding scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis, and active promotion of the field through conference organization, journal editorship and exceptional service to the MICCAI Society.

 

Gabor Fichtinger (Queen’s University, Canada), 2011

For significant contributions to the field of image-guided needle-based surgery and robotic & augmented reality assistance of these procedures.

 

Guido Gerig (University of Utah, USA), 2009

For scientific contributions to neuro-imaging and image analysis, and service to the field through conference organization and committee membership.

 

 

Polina Golland

Polina Golland (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA), 2016

For contributions to biomedical image analysis, shape and statistical modelling of image data.

 

Gregory Hager (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA), 2015

For contributions to the development of advanced imaging, methods for image guidance, and the quantification of human performance with interventional systems.

 

David Hawkes (University College London, UK), 2009

For scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and image-guided interventions, and service to the field through conference organization.

 

 

Karl Heinz Höhne (University of Hamburg, Germany), 2009

For scientific contributions to medical image visualization and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

 

Pierre JANNIN

Pierre Jannin(Université de Rennes, France), 2018

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

 

Leo Joskowicz

Leo Joskowicz (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel), 2017

For contributions to computer assisted surgery, medical robotics, and medical image processing.

 

Ron Kikinis (Harvard Medical School, USA), 2009

For scientific contributions to neuro-imaging and the development of image-guided therapy tools for clinical practice.

 

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.

 

Dimitris Metaxas (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA), 2016

For contributions to deformable-model based estimation and learning.

 

 

Kensaku Mori (Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan), 2015

For sustained high quality contributions to medical image computing and computer-assisted interventions.

 

Nassir Navab (Technical University of Munich, Germany), 2012

For contributions to image-guided interventions through image registration and segmentation.

 

 

Wiro Niessen (Erasmus Medical Centre, The Netherlands), 2012

For significant scientific contributions to medical image analysis, and promotion of the field through organizational activities.

 

 

Alison Noble (Oxford University UK), 2012

For contributions to medical image analysis, and in particular ultrasound image analysis applied in cardiology and oncology.

 

 

Sebastien Ourselin (University College London, UK), 2016

For contributions to multi-modal image registration and neuroimaging.

 

 

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Xavier Pennec (INRIA, France), 2017

For pioneering theoretical contributions grounding the field of computational anatomy, shape statistics and medical image computing.

Terry Peters (Robarts Research Institute, Canada), 2009

For scientific contributions to image-guided surgery and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

Stephen Pizer (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA), 2010

For lifelong commitment to advance medical image computing, particularly methodologies for shape statistics and image analysis, and efforts to transfer image technology to the clinic including research that led to the spin-off company Morphormics Inc.

 

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Josien Pluim (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), 2017

For outstanding contributions to medical image computing and distinguished service to the MICCAI Society.

 

 

Jerry Prince (Johns Hopkins University, USA), 2011

For significant scientific contributions to medical imaging and image analysis.

 

 

 

Rich Robb (Mayo Clinic USA), 2009

For scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis and visualization and service to the MICCAI Society.

 

 

Daniel Rueckert (Imperial College, London, UK), 2014

For impact in biomedical image analysis and computer aided diagnosis.

 

Septimu (Tim) Salcudean (University of British Columbia, Canada), 2013

For contributions to ultrasound- guided procedures and their simulation.

 

Julia Schnabel

Julia Schnabel (King’s College London, UK), 2018

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

 

 


Milan Sonka (University of Iowa, USA), 2014

For contributions to qualitative medical image analysis.

 

 

Gabor Szekely (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland), 2013

For achievements in simulations for surgical training and medical modeling approaches via computational geometry methods.

 

Chris Taylor (University of Manchester, UK), 2009

For scientific contributions to biomedical image analysis, and active promotion of the field through conference organisation and professional organisation and journal editorial board membership.

 

 

Russ Taylor (Johns Hopkins University, USA), 2009

For scientific contributions to computer-integrated surgery and medical robotics and service to the field through membership of editorial boards and program committees.

 

Jocelyne Troccaz (TIMC, France), 2010

For scientific contributions to computer-aided surgery and medical robotics and for promotion of the field through involvement in the MICCAI Society and related professional societies.

 

 

Max Viergever (Utrecht University, Netherlands), 2009

For scientific contributions to medical image computing, and service to the field through journal editorship and board membership.

 

Williams (Sandy) Wells  (Harvard Medical School, Boston USA), 2014

For ground-breaking work on MRI segmentation and multi-modality image registration.

 

 

Guang-Zhong Yang (Imperial College, London, UK), 2013

For outstanding contribution to medical robotics and image-guided intervention.