Frederic Fahey, ScD
|Hospital Title||Director, Nuclear Medicine/PET Physics|
|Academic Title||Associate Professor of Radiology|
300 Longwood Ave
Boston MA 02115
Dr. Fahey's research involves the application of SPECT and PET in pediatrics, the use of limited angle tomography in radiology and nuclear medicine and quantification in small animal imaging. His research goals include:
- Optimizating the application of PET in pediatrics.
- Developing more accurate dosimetric models in pediatric nuclear medicine.
- Improving reconstruction techniques for limited angle tomography.
- Improving quantitative techniques in small animal nuclear imaging.
About Frederic Fahey
Dr. Fahey received his DSc degree from Harvard School of Public Health. He is currently the 2012-2013 president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI). He has also been awarded Fellow status by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
- Fahey FH, Gage HD, Buchheimer N, Smith HC, Harkness BA,Williams RC, Bounds MC, Mercier J, Robbins MEC, Payne RM, Morton KA, Mach RH. Evaluation of the quantitative capability of a high-resolution PET scanner for small animal imaging. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 2004; in press.
- Fahey FH, Grow KL, Webber RL, Harkness BA, Bayram E, Hemler PF. ETACT: a novel approach to scintimammography. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 2001; 42: 1121-1127.
- Fahey FH, Webber RL, Chew FSK, Dickerson BA. Application of TACT to the evaluation of total joint arthroplasty. Medical Physics 2003; 30: 454-460.