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H. William Strauss receives de Hevesy Pioneer Award

H. William Strauss, MD, Clinical Director of Nuclear Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Professor of Radiology at Cornell University's Weill School of Medicine, New York City, is the recipient of the Society of Nuclear Medicine's (SNM) Georg Charles de Hevesy Nuclear Pioneer Award. The award will be presented at the Society's Annual Meeting June 15-19 in Los Angeles and recognizes one or more individuals for outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear medicine.

H. William (Bill) Strauss is one of the pioneers in the field of cardiovascular nuclear medicine and is internationally recognized for his work in that area.

He is a prolific researcher, an active teacher and clinician and an author who has published five books, including the Atlas of Cardiovascular Nuclear Medicine and Cardiovascular Nuclear Medicine (lst & 2nd Editions). He has more than 500 published original and invited articles and book chapters. He is a past president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, former editor of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine and sits on the editorial boards of that journal and six other juried publications.

Dr. Strauss currently serves as chief of Clinical Services, Nuclear Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center & Memorial Hospital in New York City. He joined the Memorial Sloan Kettering/Cornell faculty and staff last year, following 30 years of faculty, clinical and research appointments in radiology at the medical schools and teaching hospitals of Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and Stanford. He was also an adjunct clinical professor in nuclear medicine at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and a consultant to the nuclear medicine department at Memorial Sloan-Kettering. For several years in the early 1990's he also served as Vice President-Diagnostics Drug Discovery for Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

Dr. Strauss has been widely recognized for his work with named lectureships, life memberships and honorary degrees
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16-Jun-2002


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