- July 08, 2016
Dr. Andrew Maidment is a board-certified medical physicist and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, where he serves as chief of physics for radiology in the University Health System and as an associate professor of Radiology. He is also co-director of the HHMI-NIBIB Interfaces Graduate Program in Biomedical Imaging and Information Sciences at the university, and recipient of the 2010 Special Dean’s Award for School of Medicine Teaching. Dr. Maidment developed the world’s first practical digital mammography system in 1993, commercialized as the Fischer Senoscan. Dr. Maidment has published more than 160 research papers, and has multiple patents pending or granted.