Daniele Marin, MD
Dr. Daniele Marin is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Duke University. He serves as the Medical Director of the Multi-D Lab at Duke University. Dr. Marin’s clinical and research interests focus on medical imaging with specific emphasis on quantitative imaging, clinical applications of dual energy CT, and new strategies for radiation dose reduction at CT.
Dr. Marin received his medical degree in 2003 from the University of Rome Sapienza, Italy. After a residency at the University of Rome Sapienza, he completed a four-year research and clinical fellowship in Abdominal and Cardiovascular Imaging at Duke University and joined the Duke University faculty in July 2012 as an Assistant Professor. In 2010, Dr. Marin also completed his doctorate in Translational Medicine at the University of Rome Sapienza.
Dr. Marin has contributed over 70 original articles and reviews to medical literature and numerous book chapters. He has provided many invited lectures nationally and internationally. In addition, Dr. Marin was the recipient of 2015 RSNA Research Scholar Grant for a project on imaging-based quantification of tumor heterogeneity. Dr. Marin was also the recipient of 2015 SAR Dodd Research Award for a work on accurate assessment of radiation dose reduction at CT using iterative reconstruction algorithms.
Dr. Marin is a member of numerous scientific societies and international radiological committees, including the Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (QIBA) and the Education Exhibits Committee for the Radiological Society of North America. He also serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Radiology.
Dr. Marin is a well-respected educator and has recently received the Reed P. Rice, M.D. Memorial Award for excellence in residents education at Duke University.
2017 Presentations & Workshops - coming soon!
2016 Presentations & Workshops
Session: DECT Body | Case Based Review on Most Convincing Indications
- Quantitation (HU and Iodine)
- Body - Renal and Adrenal Pathologies
Session: DECT Body Applications
Session: Dual Energy | Tuesday June 21st, 2016
- Strategies for Improving Image Quality on DECT-reconstructed Monoenergetic Images
- Value of DECT in the Characterization of Renal Masses
Session: Acquisition and Protocol | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016
- ****Protocol Panel****
Session: Image Management | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016
- Advanced Image Processing and 3D Printing in Radiology