Félix P. Kuhn

PD Dr. med.Facharzt FMH Radiologie, Neuroradiologie und NuklearmedizinMAS Medical Physics ETH
Integrative Neuro-Bildgebung (Neuroradiologie und Neuro-Nuklearmedizin)Kopf- und Hals-Radiologie (inkl. MR-Neurographien und PET)Wirbelsäule (inkl. biomechanische Aspekte und SPECT)
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    Werdegang
    2002-2008Studium der Humanmedizin, Universität Zürich
    2008-2010Master of Advanced Studies in Medical Physics, ETH Zürich
    2008-2009Assistenzarzt, Klinik für Neuroradiologie, Universitätsspital Zürich, Prof. Valavanis
    2009Verleihung der Doktorwürde der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Zürich
    2010-2012Assistenzarzt, Klinik für Nuklearmedizin und Klinik für Neuroradiologie, Universitätsspital Zürich, Prof. von Schulthess / Prof. Valavanis
    2013Assistenzarzt, Institut für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie, Universitätsspital Zürich, Prof. Dr. med. J. Hodler
    2014Médecin assistant, Service de radiodiagnostic et radiologie interventionnelle, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois Lausanne, Prof. Meuli
    2015-2016‚Fellowship’ en radiologie ostéoarticulaire (Diagnostische und interventionelle Radiologie mit Schwerpunkt minimal-invasive Wirbelsäuleninterventionen und peripheres Nervensystem), Hôpitaux Universitaires Paris Centre / Université Paris Descartes, Hôpital Cochin, Prof. J.L. Drapé
    2016-2017Oberarzt, Bereich Bildgebende Verfahren (Schwerpunkt Neuroradiologie, Kopf- und Hals-Radiologie, minimal-invasive Wirbelsäuleninterventionen, MR-Neurographien), Universitätsspital Zürich
    Seit 2016Dozent Medizinphysik, Departement Physik, ETH Zürich
    Seit 2017Privatdozent, Medizinische Fakultät, Universität Zürich (Venia legendi in Neuroradiologie)
    Seit 01.11.2017Am Medizinisch Radiologischen Institut MRI
    Mitgliedschaften

    • Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Radiologie (SGR-SSR)
    • Verbindung der Schweizer Ärztinnen und Ärzte (FMH)
    • Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Neuroradiologie (SGNR)
    • Société Française de Neuroradiologie (SFNR)
    • Associazione Italiana di Neuroradiologia (AINR)
    • European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR)
    • European Society of Head and Neck Radiology (ESHNR)
    • European Society of Nuclear Medicine (EANM)
    Sprachen

    • Deutsch
    • Englisch
    • Französisch
    • Italienisch
    Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

    1. Originalarbeiten und Reviews (Peer-Reviewed)

    Reduction of BOLD interference in pseudo-continuous arterial spin labeling: towards quantitative fMRI.
    Warnock, G., P.S. Ozbay, F.P. Kuhn, D. Nanz, A. Buck, A. Boss, and C. Rossi, J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, 2017.

    Prevalence of simple and complex sacral perineural Tarlov cysts in a French cohort of adults and children.
    Kuhn, F.P., S. Hammoud, M.M. Lefevre-Colau, S. Poiraudeau, and A. Feydy, J Neuroradiol, 2017. 44(1): p. 38-43.

    MR imaging of the temporomandibular joint: comparison between acquisitions at 7.0 T using dielectric pads and 3.0 T.
    Kuhn, F.P., G. Spinner, F. Del Grande, M. Wyss, M. Piccirelli, S. Erni, P. Pfister, M. Ho, B.R. Sah, L. Filli, D.A. Ettlin, L.M. Gallo, G. Andreisek, and A. Manoliu, Dentomaxillofac Radiol, 2017. 46(1): p. 20160280.

    Simultaneous multislice readout-segmented echo planar imaging for accelerated diffusion tensor imaging of the mandibular nerve: A feasibility study.
    Manoliu, A., M. Ho, M. Piccirelli, D. Nanz, L. Filli, E. Dappa, W. Liu, D.A. Ettlin, A. Boss, G. Andreisek, and F.P. Kuhn, J Magn Reson Imaging, 2017. 46(3): p. 663-677.

    Evaluation of Reproducibility of Diffusion Tensor Imaging in the Brachial Plexus at 3.0 T.
    Ho, M.J., A. Manoliu, F.P. Kuhn, B. Stieltjes, M. Klarhofer, T. Feiweier, M. Marcon, and G. Andreisek, Invest Radiol, 2017. 52(8): p. 482-487.

    PET+MR versus PET/CT in the initial staging of head and neck cancer, using a trimodality PET/CT+MR system.
    Sekine, T., F. de Galiza Barbosa, F.P. Kuhn, I.A. Burger, P. Stolzmann, G.F. Huber, S.S. Kollias, G.K. von Schulthess, P. Veit-Haibach, and M.W. Huellner, Clin Imaging, 2017. 42: p. 232-239.

    Kinetic DTI of the cervical spine: diffusivity changes in healthy subjects.
    Kuhn, F.P., A. Feydy, N. Launay, M.M. Lefevre-Colau, S. Poiraudeau, S. Laporte, M.A. Maier, and P. Lindberg, Neuroradiology, 2016. 58(9): p. 929-35.

    68Gallium-DOTATATE PET in meningioma: A reliable predictor of tumor growth rate?
    Sommerauer, M., J.K. Burkhardt, K. Frontzek, E. Rushing, A. Buck, N. Krayenbuehl, M. Weller, N. Schaefer, and F.P. Kuhn, Neuro Oncol, 2016. 18(7): p. 1021-7.

    Probing neuronal activation by functional quantitative susceptibility mapping under a visual paradigm: A group level comparison with BOLD fMRI and PET.
    Ozbay, P.S., G. Warnock, C. Rossi, F. Kuhn, B. Akin, K.P. Pruessmann, and D. Nanz, Neuroimage, 2016. 137: p. 52-60.

    Comparison of a 32-channel head coil and a 2-channel surface coil for MR imaging of the temporomandibular joint at 3.0 T.
    Manoliu, A., G. Spinner, M. Wyss, L. Filli, S. Erni, D.A. Ettlin, E.J. Ulbrich, F.P. Kuhn, L.M. Gallo, and G. Andreisek, Dentomaxillofac Radiol, 2016. 45(4): p. 20150420.

    Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Lumbar Nerve Roots: Comparison Between Fast Readout-Segmented and Selective-Excitation Acquisitions.
    Manoliu, A., M. Ho, D. Nanz, M. Piccirelli, E. Dappa, M. Klarhofer, F. Del Grande, and F.P. Kuhn, Invest Radiol, 2016. 51(8): p. 499-504.

    MR neurographic orthopantomogram: Ultrashort echo-time imaging of mandibular bone and teeth complemented with high-resolution morphological and functional MR neurography.
    Manoliu, A., M. Ho, D. Nanz, E. Dappa, A. Boss, D.M. Grodzki, W. Liu, A. Chhabra, G. Andreisek, and F.P. Kuhn, J Magn Reson Imaging, 2016. 44(2): p. 393-400.

    Quantitative H2[(15)O]-PET in Pediatric Moyamoya Disease: Evaluating Perfusion before and after Cerebral Revascularization.
    Kuhn, F.P., G. Warnock, T. Schweingruber, M. Sommerauer, A. Buck, and N. Khan, J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis, 2015. 24(5): p. 965-71.

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Temporomandibular Joint at 7.0 T Using High-Permittivity Dielectric Pads: A Feasibility Study.
    Manoliu, A., G. Spinner, M. Wyss, D.A. Ettlin, D. Nanz, F.P. Kuhn, L.M. Gallo, and G. Andreisek, Invest Radiol, 2015. 50(12): p. 843-9.

    Image registration accuracy of an in-house developed patient transport system for PET/CT+MR and SPECT+CT imaging.
    Samarin, A., F.P. Kuhn, F. Brandsberg, G. von Schulthess, and I.A. Burger, Nucl Med Commun, 2015. 36(2): p. 194-200.

    Regional cerebral blood flow estimated by early PiB uptake is reduced in mild cognitive impairment and associated with age in an amyloid-dependent manner.
    Gietl, A.F., G. Warnock, F. Riese, A.M. Kalin, A. Saake, E. Gruber, S.E. Leh, P.G. Unschuld, F.P. Kuhn, C. Burger, L. Mu, B. Seifert, R.M. Nitsch, R. Schibli, S.M. Ametamey, A. Buck, and C. Hock, Neurobiol Aging, 2015. 36(4): p. 1619-1628.

    Comparison of PET template-based and MRI-based image processing in the quantitative analysis of C11-raclopride PET.
    Kuhn, F.P., G.I. Warnock, C. Burger, K. Ledermann, C. Martin-Soelch, and A. Buck, EJNMMI Res, 2014. 4(1): p. 7.

    Contrast-enhanced PET/MR imaging versus contrast-enhanced PET/CT in head and neck cancer: how much MR information is needed?
    Kuhn, F.P., M. Hullner, C.E. Mader, N. Kastrinidis, G.F. Huber, G.K. von Schulthess, S. Kollias, and P. Veit-Haibach, J Nucl Med, 2014. 55(4): p. 551-8.

    Whole-body nonenhanced PET/MR versus PET/CT in the staging and restaging of cancers: preliminary observations.
    Huellner, M.W., P. Appenzeller, F.P. Kuhn, L. Husmann, C.M. Pietsch, I.A. Burger, M. Porto, G. Delso, G.K. von Schulthess, and P. Veit-Haibach, Radiology, 2014. 273(3): p. 859-69.

    Quantitative cerebral perfusion imaging in children and young adults with Moyamoya disease: comparison of arterial spin-labeling-MRI and H(2)[(15)O]-PET.
    Goetti, R., G. Warnock, F.P. Kuhn, R. Guggenberger, R. O’Gorman, A. Buck, N. Khan, and I. Scheer, AJNR Am J Neuroradiol, 2014. 35(5): p. 1022-8.

    Discrimination and anatomical mapping of PET-positive lesions: comparison of CT attenuation-corrected PET images with coregistered MR and CT images in the abdomen.
    Kuhn, F.P., D.W. Crook, C.E. Mader, P. Appenzeller, G.K. von Schulthess, and D.T. Schmid, Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging, 2013. 40(1): p. 44-51.

    Clinical positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance imaging applications.
    Von Schulthess, G.K., F.P. Kuhn, P. Kaufmann, and P. Veit-Haibach, Semin Nucl Med, 2013. 43(1): p. 3-10.

    PET-MR imaging using a tri-modality PET/CT-MR system with a dedicated shuttle in clinical routine.
    Veit-Haibach, P., F.P. Kuhn, F. Wiesinger, G. Delso, and G. von Schulthess, MAGMA, 2013. 26(1): p. 25-35.

    18F-FDG-PET/CT for the assessment of the contralateral neck in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
    Kastrinidis, N., F.P. Kuhn, T.F. Hany, N. Ahmad, G.F. Huber, and S.K. Haerle, Laryngoscope, 2013. 123(5): p. 1210-5.

    PET/MR imaging of bone lesions – implications for PET quantification from imperfect attenuation correction.
    Samarin, A., C. Burger, S.D. Wollenweber, D.W. Crook, I.A. Burger, D.T. Schmid, G.K. von Schulthess, and F.P. Kuhn, Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging, 2012. 39(7): p. 1154-60.

    Hybrid cardiac magnetic resonance/computed tomographic imaging: first fusion of three-dimensional magnetic resonance perfusion and low-dose coronary computed tomographic angiography.
    Manka, R., F.P. Kuhn, S.M. Kuest, O. Gaemperli, S. Kozerke, and P.A. Kaufmann, Eur Heart J, 2011. 32(21): p. 2625.

    2. Buchkapitel

    ‚Head and Neck Cancer‘. Hüllner MW, F.P. Kuhn, and H.D. Curtin, In ‚Molecular Anatomic Imaging: PET/CT, PET/MR and SPECT/CT‘.
    G.K. von Schulthess (ed.), pp 341 – 361. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; Philiadelphia, USA (2015, 3rd revised edition)