Dr Charles Steiner
FMH Nuclear Medicine
Physician in charge of the molecular imaging centre Geneva (IMGE)
Member of the IMGE management committee
Consultant at the Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève
Dr Charles Steiner obtained his medical degree at the faculty of Geneva in 2000, his FMH Practitioner in 2004 and then his FMH Specialist in Nuclear Medicine in 2007. Former houseman at the Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG), he was appointed senior registrar and worked in that capacity from 2006 to 2010, including an activity at the Hôpitaux Neuchâtelois and at the Hôpital de la Tour. The subject of his doctoral thesis and the main subjects of his academic publications concern the PET/CT and the SPECT/CT in the field of prostate cancer and its treatment by radiotherapy, during which the Eckert & Ziegler Abstract Award prize was awarded to him in 2009 by the European Society of Nuclear Medicine. He is co-author of the Web-based Instructional Modules "PET / PET-CT / Image Quality" created for the American society of radiology and speaker in the advanced hybrid imaging courses organized by the HUG. He pursued his career by taking over, as an independent doctor, the responsibility for the nuclear medicine institute of the Clinique des Grangettes from 2010 whilst in parallel working as an Associate Physician with the HUG. He attends multidisciplinary symposia and is part of the Geneva Onco-senology network (SONGE). Directly involved in its creation and management, he was appointed in 2013 as the physician in charge of the Molecular Imaging Centre Geneva, bringing together the nuclear medicine institutes of the Clinique des Grangettes and of the Clinique Générale Beaulieu.
Dr Eric Fréneaux
FMH Nuclear Medicine
Associate physician of the Molecular Imaging Centre Geneva (IMGE)
Dr Eric Fréneaux obtained his post-graduate diploma in Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology from Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI in 1987 and his doctorate in medicine from the same University in 1995, followed by a Diploma in Specialized Studies in Nuclear Medicine the same year. Former houseman of the Hôpitaux de Paris, Dr Eric Fréneaux continued his professional career at INSERM, from 1987 to 1998, with research on mitochondrial oxidation of fatty acids, then as Post-Doctoral Fellow - Division of Medical Genetics – at the University of Iowa, from 1989 to 1992. Former Hospital-University assistant in the Nuclear Medicine Department of the Hôpital Cochin and at the Université René Descartes Paris V from 1995 to 1998, he was involved in medical teaching. He created and managed the Nuclear Medicine Department of the Centre Hospitalier d’Ajaccio from 1998 to 2005, then joined the Institute of Nuclear Medicine of Clinique Générale Beaulieu as head of the nuclear cardiology activity and then head of the institute from 2012. He was involved in the formation of the Molecular Imaging Centre of Geneva in November 2013, bringing together the nuclear medicine institutes of the Générale-Beaulieu and Grangettes clinics. He has been a member of SONGe (Réseau de Sénologie et d’Onco-gynécologie Genevois) since 2007 and regularly actively participates in several multidisciplinary oncology symposia in Geneva.
Dr Eric Fréneaux is a member of the following societies :
- French Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
- European Association of Nuclear Medicine
- Society of Nuclear Medicine (USA)
- American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
- European Society of Radiology
- European Atherosclerosis Society
- International Cancer Imaging Society
Dr Olivier Rager
FMH Nuclear Medicine
Associate physician at the Molecular Imaging Centre Geneva (IMGE)
Consultant at the Hôpitaux Universitaires of Geneva
Dr Olivier Rager is a nuclear medicine physician specializing in molecular and oncological imaging. He has been an associate physician at the IMGE institute since 2016 and a consultant in the nuclear medicine department of the HUG. He participates in numerous multidisciplinary symposia and in particular is part of the Geneva senology and onco-gynaecology network (SONGE).
Dr Rager specialised in nuclear medicine at the HUG and obtained the FHM Nuclear Medicine Diploma in 2009. He was senior registrar at HUG from 2009 to 2015 and physician-investigator at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York in 2013.
Involved in multiple clinical research studies aimed at improving the care of cancer patients, he has also been interested in the development of molecular imaging technologies PET / CT and SPECT / CT in oncology, cardiology and osteo-articular pathology. He is the author and co-author of numerous scientific publications and regularly takes part in international congresses.
He is a member of the “Imaging in Diagnostic and Therapy Monitoring” section of the Groupe Suisse de Recherche Clinique sur le Cancer (SAKK).
You can find his publications at the link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=rager+o