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  • Gary H. Glover, PhD

  • Gary H. Glover, PhD, Department of Radiology at Stanford University School of Medicine, has received international recognition as the pioneer in developing systems and establishing standards for magnetic resonance and computed tomography imaging.

    As senior physicist for General Electric Medical Systems, Dr. Glover was a member of the original five-man magnetic resonance development team for Medical Systems. He also held the responsibility for high-quality computed tomography imaging. Dr. GloverÆs expertise and continuing research advances have benefited the entire radiology community.

    Author of the landmark articles on magnetic resonance imaging, Dr. Glover is the foremost authority on its uses in medicine. He holds nearly 50 patents on his research developments. His lectures on current concepts in imaging have been offered in many postgraduate courses, attracting students and practitioners nationwide. Dr. Glover is an outstanding lecturer who is eagerly recruited to share his new techniques in imaging at national and international conferences.

    Dr. Glover was honored with GE's highest scientific award, the Steinmetz Award, and with the Gold Medal Award from the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. For five years he was a Nobel Prize Nominator in Physiology and Medicine. He has offered updates and refresher courses in imaging techniques at RSNA scientific sessions.

    Dr. Glover is recognized by his colleagues as a superb researcher and major contributor to the advancement of radiological imaging. RSNA recognizes him as the embodiment of a teacher-researcher who serves as a mentor for students, practitioners, and researchers.