Hani Marcos

Radiologist United States, MD
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Basic information

Profession
Radiologist
Other profession
Ocupation title
Diagnostic Clinical Radiologist
Additional job title
Dr. and Chairman of Radiology
Current organization
Saudi Ministry of Health
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Gender
Male

Education & Work

College / University
School of Medicine, Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt
Graduation year
1981
Specialty training school
School of Medicine, Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt
Final year of last training
1989
Area of expertise
Licensed states
Curriculum vitae
Hani Boghdadi Marcos, M.D. PERSONAL DATA : Address: 21111 Goshen Road Gaithersburg, MD 20882 Phone: (240) 631-2232 Email: [email protected] Status: U.S. citizen EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 1975-1981 M.D. School of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 1985-1989 M.S. Master Degree of Diagnostic Radiology, School of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt POST DOCTORAL TRAINING Internship & Residency 1982-1984 Internship in Ain Shams University Hospital, Cairo, Egypt. 1985-1990 Senior Resident in Radiology Department, Al Mukatom Social-Insurance Hospital Cairo, Egypt 1996 Fellowship in Diagnostic Radiology from University of Vienna, Austria Fellowships 1999-2002 ISTP (Imaging Sciences Training Program) Fellow in Department of Diagnostic Radiology at National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892-1182. USA. • Clinical Duties: Reporting and performing all X-Rays exams, Ultrasound, Color-Doppler, CT scan, MRI studies • Research focused on the following projects: a) Functional tumor imaging using dynamic gadolinium-enhanced MRI, b)Technical development of MR sequences for MR angiography, c) Multi-station moving table bolus chase using real time projection MRA, and d) Implementing new sequences for MRCP. • Associate investigator in several protocols at the NIH: developed new MR sequences to help increase the sensitivity and specificity of MR imaging as diagnostic test for early detection which may reflect on patient prognosis • Supervisor on imaging protocol for several tumor imaging studies in additional to two MRI animal studies with Gadolinium Chelates and MS325 perform on 4.7 T Bruker scanner. 1996-1999 Clinical Research Fellow in Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Radiology department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7510. USA. • Clinical Duties: Reporting and performing all X-Rays exams, Ultrasound,Color-Doppler, CT scan, MRI studies • Research focused on technical and clinical aspects of abdominal and pelvic MRI and MRA • Supervisors: Professor Richard C. Semelka, M.D. (Vice Chair of clinical research) and Professor Joseph KT. Lee, M.D. (chairman of Radiology Department) 01/1996-07/1996 Post-graduate Fellow in Radiology Department, School of Medicine, University of Vienna, Austria. • Post-graduate Courses on “Abdominal Imaging Modalities” o Supervisor: Professor G. Mostbeck (Director of Abdominal Imaging Division). • Post=graduate Courses on:: o Neuroradiology (CT&MR) o Supervisors: Professor G. Schneidler (Director of Neuroradiology) o Musculoskeletal Radiology o Supervisor: Professor H. Imhof (Director of Musculo-skeletal division). CAREER: 2010-current Job Title: Clinical radiologist (Ministry of Health, KSA) Duties & Accomplishments: • Chief radiologist at Ahad Rafidah Hospital • Evaluate and report CT cases • Participated in daily conference on radiology cases • Duties include emergency and trauma center ultrasound cases 24-7 • Reporting and diagnosing ultrasound cases in areas of abdominal, pelvic, Ob-Gyn, thyroid, breast, scrotal, superficial parts ultrasound • Presentations: Seminars and posters at Radiological International Professional meetings Employer's Name and Address: Ministry of Health Asir Province Abha, KSA 2002-2009 Job Title: Clinical radiologist consultant Duties & Accomplishments: • Evaluate and report MRI, CT, US cases (teleradiology) • Online consultation service • Participated in daily conference on radiology cases Employer's Name and Address: Maryland Radiology Online Gaithersburg, MD USA 1999-2002 Job Title: ISTP (Imaging Sciences Training Program). Duties & Accomplishments: • Clinical Duties: Reporting and performing all X-Rays exams, Ultrasound, Color-Doppler, CT scan, MRI studies • Research focused on functional tumor imaging for monitoring the effects of anti-neoplastic therapy, technical development of MR sequences including MR angiography, MR fluoroscopy, and MRCP. • Participated in several animal studies. • Specialized in writing protocols • Presentations: Seminars and posters at International and National Professional meetings. Employer's Name and Address: Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Clinical Center at National Institutes of Health Bethesda, MD 20892-1182. 1996-1999 Job Title: Clinical research fellow in the Magnetic Resonance Radiology Department School of Medicine University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina Duties and Accomplishments: • Clinical Duties: Reporting and performing all X-Rays exams, CT scan, MRI studies • Co-investigator in several multicenter, randomized, double-blind clinical studies to evaluate the safety, tolerability and efficacy of various imaging reagents sponsored by Mallinckrodt Medical Company. • Co-investigator in multicenter, clinical study of Feridex I.V. (Ferumoxides injectable solution) administered as a direct injection in patients with hepatic tumors, sponsored by Advanced Magnetic and Berlex Laboratories. • Co-investigator in multicenter study for the use of Teslascan and Omniscan for the evaluation of focal liver lesions on MRI sponsored by Nycomed Amersham Imaging. • Co-author of over 28 journal articles (eight first-author publications) along with three book chapters. Employer: Radiology Department, School of Medicine University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599 Supervisor: Dr. Richard C.Semelka 01/1996-07/1996 Job Title: Post Doctoral Fellow Duties and Accomplishments: • Clinical duties & research. • Further training in abdominal MRI techniques. Employer: Department of Radiology School of Medicine University of Vienna Vienna, Austria Supervisors: G. Mostbeck,M.D.; G. Schneidler,M.D.; H. Imhof, M.D. 1995-1996 Job Title: Clinical Radiologist Duties and Accomplishments: • Visiting radiologist • CT, MRI, conventional XRAY, Ultrasound, small and large bowel studies Employer's Name and Address Military Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (KSA) Supervisor: Dr. Yousef Boshra,FRCR 1990-1995 Job Title: Clinical Radiologist Duties and Accomplishments: • Physician • Attending radiologist • Reported all cases: Ultrasound, CT, conventional XRAY, MRI, small and large bowel studies Employer's Name and Address Department of Radiology, Oleya Medical Center Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (KSA) Supervisor: Dr. K. Saud LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION 1982 Egyptian License Registration 1989 Egyptian Master of Radiology MEMBERSHIPS Radiological Society of North America, RSNA (45606) International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, ISMRM JOB-RELATED SKILLS: • Languages: Arabic, English, French • Computer Skills: Word processing: WORD, WordPerfect, Excel, PowerPoint, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, 3-D imaging software, Real-time imaging and movies, Virtual Imaging, Statistical programs (SAS); HTML and XML programming • Photography: Experience with traditional, digital, video equipment, image processing. PUBLICATIONS - Marcos HB, Libutti SK, Alexander HR, Lubensky IA, Bartlett DL, Walther MM, et al. Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas in von Hippel-Lindau disease: spectrum of appearances at CT and MR imaging with histopathologic comparison. Radiology 2002; 225:751-8. -Yim PJ, Cebral JJ, Mullick R, Marcos HB, Choyke PL. Vessel surface reconstruction with a tubular deformable model. IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 2001 Dec;20(12):1411-21. - Knopp MV, Giesel FL, Marcos H, von Tengg-Kobligk H, Choyke P. Dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging in oncology. Top Magn Reson Imaging. 2001 Aug;12(4):301-8. Review. - Ho VB, Foo TK, Czum JM, Marcos H, Choyke PL, Knopp MV. Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance angiography: technical considerations for optimized clinical implementation. Top Magn Reson Imaging. 2001 Aug;12(4):283-99. Review. - Choyke PL, Yim P, Marcos HB, Ho VB, Mullick R, Summers RM. Hepatic MR Angiography: a multiobserver comparison of visualization methods. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2001 Feb;176(2):465-70. - Foo TKF, Ho VB, Hood MN, Marcos HB, Hess SL, Choyke PL. High-spatial-resolution multistation MR imaging of lower-extremity peripheral vasculature with segmented volume acquisition: feasibility study. Radiology 2001, 219(3):835-841. - Semelka RC, Marcos HB. Abdominal and pelvic MRI (Wiley) November 2001 (In press) - Marcos HB, Choyke PL. MR Angiography of the kidneys Seminars in Nephrology 2000 Sep;20(5):450-455. Review. - Semelka RC, Cance WG, Marcos HB, Mauro MA. Liver metastases: comparison of current MR technique and spiral CT during arterial portography for detection in 20 surgically staged cases. Radiology 1999; 213: 86-91. - Marcos HB, Semelka RC, Noone TC, Woosley JT , Lee JKT. MRI of normal and abnormal duodenum using the Half Fourier single shot RARE and gadolinium-enhanced spoiled gradient echo sequences. Magn Reson Imaging 1999;17(6): 869-880 - Semelka RC, Hussain SM, Marcos HB, Woosley JT. Biliary hamartomas: solitary and multiple lesions shown on current MR techniques including gadolinium enhancement. J Magn Reson Imaging 1999; 10(2):196-201. - Semelka RC, Marcos HB, Kelekis NL, Faber GH. Incidental detection of acute myocardial infarction during routine performance of three-dimensional dynamic MR angiographic study with dynamic injection of gadolinium. J Magn Reson Imaging 1999; 9(2): 362-365. - Noone TC, Semelka RC, Worawattanukul S, Marcos HB. Intraperitoneal abscesses: diagnostic accuracy of and appearances on MR imaging Radiology 1998; 208(2): 525-528 - Lee JKT, Marcos HB, Semelka RC. MR imaging of the normal and abnormal small bowel using the HASTE sequence. AJR 1998; 170 (6):1457-1463 - Hasegawa S, Semelka RC, Noone TC Woosely JT, Marcos HB, Kenney PJ, Seigelman Gastric stromal sarcomas: correlation of MR imaging and histopathologic findings in nine patients. Radiology 1998; 208(3): 591-595. - Marcos HB, Noone TC, Semelka RC. MRI evaluation of acute renal trauma. J Magn Reson Imaging 1998; 8(4): 989-990 - Semelka RC, Marcos HB. Abdominal and pelvic MRI (Springer). A.Heuck and M.Reiser (Eds.). Spleen : pp. 51-58. Non-endocrine tumors of the Pancreas : pp. 117-124. Medical Radiology-Diagnostic Imaging 1998 - Marcos HB, Semelka RC, Worawattanakul S. Normal placenta: gadolinium-enhanced dynamic MR imaging. Radiology 1997; 205(2): 493-496. - Marcos HB, Semelka RC, Woosley JT. Abdominal granulocytic sarcomas: demonstration by MRI. Magn Reson Imaging 1997; 15(7): 873-876. - Marcos HB, Semelka RC, Worawattanakul S. Adult intussusception: demonstration by current MR techniques. Magn Reson Imaging 1997;15(9): 1095-1098. - Sofka CM, Semelka RC, Marcos HB, Woosley JT. MR imaging of metastatic pancreatic VIPoma: a case report. Magn Reson Imaging 1997; 15(10): 1205-1208. - Sofka CM, Semelka RC, M.D, Marcos HB, Calvo Bf, Woosley JT. Metastatic gastric leiomyoblastoma: a case report. Magn Reson Imaging 1998; 16(3): 343-346. - Semelka RC, Hussain SM, Marcos HB, Woosley JT. Chronic hepatitis: correlation of early patchy and delayed linear enhancement patterns on gadolinium-enhanced MR images with histopathology. J Magn Reson Imaging 2001 Mar;13(3):385-391. - Semelka RC, Marcos HB. Polyposis syndrome of the gastrointestinal tract: MR findings. J Magn Reson Imaging 2000 (Jan); 11(1): 51-55. - Marcos HB, Semelka RC. Stomach diseases: MR evaluation using combined T2-weighted Half-Fourier RARE and gadolinium-enhanced spoiled gradient echo sequences. J Magn Reson Imaging 1999(Dec); 10(6): 950-960. - Semelka RC, Hussain SM, Marcos HB, Woosley JT. Peripheral enhancement surrounding liver metastases: MR-histopathologic correlation-initial observation. Radiology 2000 (Apr); 215(1): 89-94. - Marcos HB, Semelka RC. Evaluation of Crohn's disease using Half-Fourier RARE and gadolinium-enhanced spoiled gradient echo sequences-initial results. Magn Reson Imaging 2000 (Apr) 18(3): 263-268. - Chung JJ, Semelka RC, Martin DR, Marcos HB. Colon diseases: MR evaluation using combined T2-weighted single shot echo train spin echo and gadolinium-enhanced spoiled gradient echo sequences J Magn Reson Imaging 2000 Aug;12(2):297-305. - Marcos HB, Libutti SK, Alexander RH, et al. Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas in von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) diseases: spectrum of appearances on CT and MRI with histopathological correlation. Radiology 2001 (in press). PRESENTATIONS & ABSTRACTS - Tenth Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, May 24-30, 2002: -- Continuously Acquired Moving Table MRI: A Method for Rapid Whole Body Scanning. Choyke, P, Ho V, Marcos H, Hood M, Hess, S, Foo T. -- Detection and Localization of Proteinuria by Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI. Zhang Y, Choyke P, Lu H, Marcos H, Mobaraki H, Lizak M, Despres D, Kopp J. -- MR Venography With 3-D Fiedsta: A New Approach to Renal Vein Thrombosis. Marcos H, Ho V, Foo T, Hood M, Choyke P. - RSNA 87th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, November 25-30, 2001: --Marcos HB, Libutti SK, Alexander RH, et al. Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas in von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) diseases: spectrum of appearances on CT and MRI with histopathological correlation. -- Marcos HB, Wilcox C, Chen C, Yim PJ, Jones S, Choyke PL. MR renography and angiography with captopril in assessment of renovascular hypertension: comparison with radionuclide captopril renography -- Knopp MV, Choyke PL, Marcos HB, Giesel F, Libutti S, Yim PJ, et al. How to implement an MRI service for functional tumor imaging. -- Yim PJ, Cebral J, Ho VB, Marcos HB, et al. Computational Modeling of blood flow patterns from magnetic resonance imaging. -- Knopp MV, Choyke PL, Marcos HB, Giesel F, Wise B, Swain S, et al. Monitoring of breast cancer therapy with MRI: A clinical review of indications, findings, and interpretation. - Ninth Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, April 20-27, 2001: -- Marcos HB, Choyke PL, Ho VB,, Hood, Foo TKF. Automated Real-time Multi-station Projection MR Angiography ('Bolus Prep'). -- Marcos HB, Ho VB, Hood MN, Foo TKF, Choyke PL. 3D Steady State Free Precession (3D-FIESTA) Imaging of The Pancreaticobiliary Ductal System. -- Choyke PL, Marcos HB, Ho VB, Hood MN, Foo TKF. Shoot and Scoot": A method for improving temporal and Spatial resolution of multistation peripheral MR Angiography. -- Foo TKF, Ho VB, Marcos HB, Hood MN, Choyke PL. MR Angiography using Steady State Free Precession. - Eighth Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000: -- Use of Dynamic Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (DEMRI) to Assess the Effects of anti-angiogenic Therapy on Tumour Associated Vasculature. -- Stomach Diseases: MR Evaluation Using Combined T2-Weighted Single Shot Echo Train Spin Echo and Gadolinium-Enhanced Spoiled Gradient Echo Sequences. -- Skeletonized Maximum Intensity Projections for Runoff Vessels: A Method of Displaying Magnetic Resonance Angiograms. -- High-Resolution Gd-Enhanced 3D Elliptical Centric MRA of the Infrapopliteal Arteries: Lessons for Improving Bolus-Chase Multi-Station Peripheral MRA. -- Dual VENC Phase Contrast Angiography for Arterial and Venous Discrimination. - NIH Research Festival, October 11, 2000: Marcos HB, Choyke PL, Ho VB, Hood MN, Foo TKF. Shoot and Scoot: Method for High Resolution Multi-Station Imaging of the Peripheral Vasculature Using A Single Contrast Injection - RSNA 85th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, December 1999: Hussain, SM, Semelka, RC, Marcos, HB, Woosley JT. Chronic Hepatitis: Correlation of Enhancement Patterns on Dynamic Gadolinium-enhanced MRI Imaging and Histopathology. - European Congress of Radiology, March 1999: Semelka RC, Cance WG, Marcos HB, Mauro MA. Liver metastases: comparison of current MR technique and spiral CT during arterial portography for detection in 20 surgically staged cases. - SPIE's International Symposium on Medical Imaging 2000, San Diego California (February 12-17, 2000): Yim PJ, Mullick R, Summers RM, Marcos HB, Cebral JR, Lohner R, Choyke PL. Measurement of stenosis from magnetic resonance angiography using vessel skeletons. PROTOCOLS - Assessment of Renal Artery Stenosis and Renovascular Hypertension by Contrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Pilot Study. Investigators: Peter L. Choyke, M.D. Hani B. Marcos, M.D, Christopher S. Wilcox, M.D, PhD - A Comparison of Contrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) and Conventional Angiography in the Diagnosis of Atherosclerotic Disease: A pilot study. Investigators: Peter L. Choyke, M.D. Hani B. Marcos, M.D, Wayne Olan, M.D., Bradley Dick, M.D., Andrew Arai, M.D. CONTINUING EDUCATION: - STAT 500: Statistics for Biomedical Scientists (Professor Hirsch: FAES/NIH). Fall, 1999. - Introduction to the Principle and Practice of Clinical Research, Fall 1999. - MR Angiography: Practical Protocols and Techniques, Spring 2000 - Using Animals in Intramural Research: Guidelines for Animal Users, Fall 2000 - Grant writing course for NCI Grants: presented by Barbara Croft, Ph.D., Program Director of - Diagnostic Imaging Program, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis, NCI. Fall 2000 - RSNA: Grant Writing Course: Crystal City Mariott, Fall 1999. - Introduction to IDL. January, 2001 - Powerpoint Presentation (CIT/NIH) Spring, 2000 - Using Animals in Intramural Research: Guidelines for Animal Users. September, 2000. - Animal Safety Course. NMR Center/NIH Animal Facilities. April, 2001. REFERENCES Provided upon request.

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General Radiology,Abdominal imaging,Breast imaging,Musculoskeletal imaging,CT,MRI,US,Radiography,
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Academia,Research,

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MD
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Gaithersburg
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Cairo, Egypt
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