Stefan Schönberg is Chairman and Director of the Department of Clinical Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the University Medical Center Mannheim. He obtained his MD at Heidelberg University before he became section chief CT, MRI and Ultrasound at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg. Until 2007 he was section chief MRI at the Ludwig-Maximilians University at Munich and is now Chairman and Director of the Department of Clinical Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the University Medical Center Mannheim.
Qualifications and Scientific Curriculum
Medical School at the University of Heidelberg, Germany
Doctoral degree, Dr. med., Heidelberg University, Germany
Educational limited license in the United States (ECFMG certificate)
Section Chief CT, MRI and Ultrasound at the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany
Associate Professor of Radiology, Section Chief MRI, Department of Clinical Radiology at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Associate Chair of Clinical Operations, Department of Clinical Radiology at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Chairman and Director, Department of Clinical Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University Medical Center Mannheim, Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University, Germany
Sadick M, Richers J, Tuschy B, Schad LR, Schoenberg SO, Zöllner FG: Feasibility of quantitative MR-perfusion imaging to monitor treatment response after uterine artery embolization (UAE) in symptomatic uterus fibroids. Magn Reson Imaging, 59:31-38, 2019.
Meyer M, Nelson RC, Vernuccio F, Gonzalez F, Schabel C, Mileto A, Patel BN, Schoenberg SO, Marin D: Comparison of Iodine Quantification and Conventional Attenuation Measurements for Differentiating Small, Truly Enhancing Renal Masses From High-Attenuation Nonenhancing Renal Lesions With Dual-Energy CT. AJR Am J Roentgenol, 27:W1-W11, 2019.
Sudarski S, Henzler T, Floss T, Gaa T, Meyer M, Haubenreisser H, Schoenberg SO, Attenberger UI. Variability and Reproducibility of 3(rd)-generation dual-source dynamic volume perfusion CT Parameters in Comparison to MR-perfusion Parameters in Rectal Cancer. Sci Rep, 8:6868, 2018.
Sudarski S, Henzler T, Haubenreisser H, Dösch C, Zenge MO, Schmidt M, Nadar MS, Borggrefe M, Schoenberg SO, Papavassiliu T: Free-breathing Sparse Sampling Cine MR Imaging with Iterative Reconstruction for the Assessment of Left Ventricular Function and Mass at 3.0 T. Radiology, 282:74-83, 2017.
Meyer M, Haubenreisser H, Schoepf UJ, Vliegenthart R, Leidecker C, Allmendinger T, Lehmann R, Sudarski S, Borggrefe M, Schoenberg SO, Henzler T: Closing in on the K edge: coronary CT angiography at 100, 80, and 70 kV-initial comparison of a second- versus a third-generation dual-source CT system. Radiology, 273:373-82, 2014.
Haneder S, Konstandin S, Morelli JN, Nagel AM, Zoellner FG, Schad LR, Schoenberg SO, Michaely HJ: Quantitative and qualitative (23)Na MR imaging of thehuman kidneys at 3 T: before and after a water load. Radiology, 260:857-65, 2011.
Attenberger UI, Haneder S, Morelli JN, Diehl SJ, Schoenberg SO, Michaely HJ: Peripheral arterial occlusive disease: evaluation of a high spatial and temporal resolution 3-T MR protocol with a low total dose of gadolinium versus conventional angiography. Radiology, 257:879-87, 2010.
Michaely HJ, Kramer H, Dietrich O, Nael K, Lodemann KP, Reiser MF, Schoenberg SO: Intraindividual comparison of high-spatial-resolution abdominal MR angiography at 1.5 T and 3.0 T: initial experience. Radiology, 244:907-13, 2007.
Stahl R, Dietrich O, Teipel SJ, Hampel H, Reiser MF, Schoenberg SO: White matter damage in Alzheimer disease and mild cognitive impairment: assessment with diffusion-tensor MR imaging and parallel imaging techniques. Radiology, 243:483-92, 2007.
Nikolaou K, Kramer H, Grosse C, Clevert D, Dietrich O, Hartmann M, Chamberlin P, Assmann S, Reiser MF, Schoenberg SO: High-spatial-resolution multistation MR angiography with parallel imaging and blood pool contrast agent: initial experience. Radiology, 241:861-72, 2006.