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CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
1900 Kress Wood Circle
Kettering, Ohio 45429
Phone: (937) 293-4109
PERSONAL INFORMATION:
EDUCATION:
Matriculation,Stiftsschule Einsiedeln, Switzerland Dipl. Phys. ETH,Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich Teaching Certificate (Secondary Education),Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich Dr. sc. nat.,Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
1. Positions Held
Research AssociateInstitute of Biomedical EngineeringUniversity of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland Research AssociateDivision of Biomedical Engineering & Applied Sciences Faculty of MedicineUniversity of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Assistant ProfessorDivision of Biomedical Engineering & Applied SciencesFaculty of MedicineUniversity of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Associate Professor, with tenureDepartment of Applied Sciences in MedicineUniversity of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Adjunct Associate ProfessorDepartment of PhysicsUniversity of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Associate ProfessorDepartment of Biomedical and Human Factors EngineeringWright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Director of Biomedical Imaging LaboratoryWright State University and Miami Valley HospitalDayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Associate ProfessorDepartment of MedicineWright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Associate ProfessorDepartment of PhysicsWright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
ProfessorDepartment of Biomedical and Human Factors Engineering,Department of Medicine and Department of PhysicsWright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
ProfessorDepartment of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering,Department of Medicine and Department of PhysicsWright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.
2. Teaching
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Special Topics in Biomedical Engineering: Computed Tomography Supervision of graduate students (M.Sc.) and summer students Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio Biomedical Engineering Systems II; Generation and Effects of Biomedical Computers I; software applications, digital electronics CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Biomedical Engineering Design (project supervisor) Biomedical Engineering Design (course director) Seminar in Biomedical and Human Factors Engineering (coordinator) Thesis (supervision of graduate students, M.Sc. degree) Dissertation (supervision of graduate students, Ph.D. degree) Introduction to Medical Physics (team taught) Musculoskeletal Course, year 2 medical students (team taught) Feasibility of radiographic absorptiometry of the mandible as an osteoporosis screening method Microprocessor controlled gamma-ray CT scanner Calibration of a new rotate-rotate computed Two new algorithms for detecting bone edges in CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Effects upon feature detection and recognition viewing digitized radiographic images on a video display terminal Disuse Osteoporosis: Changes in biochemical parameters during and following simulatedmicrogravity simulated microgravity using an enhanced gammacomputed tomography device Development of a method for determining the characteristics of an x-ray image intensifier systemfor use in three dimensional computed tomography Prediction of mechanical strength of bone using finite element analysis and computed tomography Automated measurement of minimum joint-space Comparison of photon spectra generated by I-125 and x-ray tube for quantitative computed tomography The effect of positive gz and the resultant biomechanical force on bone mineral density in males and females Modeling of blurring due to finite slice width in Segmentation of coronary vessels from spiral CT images Phantom to evaluate imaging of atherosclerotic coronaryarteries in motion by spiral computed tomography 3. Honors and Awards
AHFMR (Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research) Scholarship, 1 January 1981 to31 December 1982.
AHFMR Scholarship, 1 January 1983 to 30 June 1986.
AHFMR Scholarship, 1 July 1986 to 30 June 1991.
Certificate of Merit for Scientific Exhibit, The Radiological Society of North America, 1989.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Invited entry in first edition of Marquis WHO'S WHO in Science and Engineering, 1991.
National Research Competition for Associates, American College of Physicians, Top Ten Finalists,1992.
Outstanding Faculty Member Award (Teaching, Research and Service), College of Engineering andComputer Science, Wright State University, 1992/93.
Outstanding Engineer and Scientist Award, Engineering and Science Foundation of Dayton, 1995.
Excellence in Research Award, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Wright StateUniversity, 1994/95.
Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence in Research, Wright State University, 1995.
Best Poster Award, The Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, 1998.
Fellow of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, 2001 Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research, Wright State University, 2001-2004 Consultant to the Chinese Osteoporosis Foundation, 2002 Professional Development Award, Wright State University, 2003/04 Honorary Chair, Imaging Science and Biomedical Engineering, The University of Manchester,2003/04 Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering Research, Wright State University, 2004-2010 4. Patents
Method and apparatus for the evaluation of cortical bone by computer tomography, 14 claims;U.S. Patent No. 5,594,775, issued 14 January 1997.
Method and apparatus for the evaluation of structural width and density by computer tomography,16 claims; U.S. Patent No. 5,673,303, issued 30 September 1997.
5. Memberships
American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)American Institute of Physics (AIP)American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR)Institute of Physics (U.K.) (Affiliate Member) (IP) CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
International Bone and Mineral Society (IBMS)International Society for Clinical Densitometry (ISCD)National Osteoporosis Foundation (U.S.) (NOF)National Osteoporosis Society (U.K.) (NOS)New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) 6. Professional Committees
AAPM (American Association of Physicists in Medicine) Standing Committee on DiagnosticRadiology, member, 1988-91 NOF (National Osteoporosis Foundation) Task Force on Reimbursement, member, 1988-90 AAPM Task Force on Acceptance Testing for CT Scanners, consultant, 1988-90 International Committee for Standards in Bone Measurement, member, 1990 - 2000 Miami Valley Osteoporosis Society, Founding Chair, 1988 - present Affiliate Societies Council Awards Committee, member, 2001 - 2003, chair 2004/05 7. Invited Reviews
Academic RadiologyBoneBone and MineralCalcified Tissue InternationalIEEE Transactions on Evolutionary ComputingInvestigative RadiologyJournal of Bone and Mineral ResearchJournal of Computer Assisted TomographyJournal of Orthopaedic ResearchMedical PhysicsMeasurement Science and TechnologyOsteoporosis InternationalPhysics in Medicine and BiologyPhysiological MeasurementThe American Journal of Clinical Nutrition CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Alberta Workers' Health, Safety and CompensationNational Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)National Institutes of Health (NIH)Swiss National FoundationThe American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) AIBS (American Institute of Biological Sciences), April 1983NIH, Institute of Arthritis, Musculo-Skeletal and Skin Diseases, July 1987NIH, Small Business Innovation Research, March 1988NIH, Institute of Aging, Site Visit, University of California at San Diego, April 1991NASA, Human Health in Space, Bone Biology, November 2004 Specialized Center of Research (SCOR), Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1988-92, yearlysite visits, mandated by NIH Univ. of Indiana, Bone Measurement Laboratory, Indianapolis, IN, 1988 - present National Center for Health Statistics, Bone Measurements, March 1988 Ohio State University, Bone and Mineral Metabolism Laboratory, Columbus, OH, 1990 -present University of Cincinnati, Children’s Medical Center, Bone Measurements, 1996-97 National Center for Health Statistics, Bone Measurements, February 1997 University of Cincinnati, Bone Health & Osteoporosis Center, 2001 - present 8. University Committee Service
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Egr. Ph.D. Program Coordinating Committee for Sensor Signals and Image Processing Responsibilities document development SOM Curriculum Committee on Musculoskeletal System 92/93, 93/94, 94/95, 95/96,98/99, 1999/2000, 00/01,01/02, 02/03, 04/05 CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
92/93, 93/94, 94/95, 95/96,96/97, 97/98, 98/99,1999/2000, 00/01, 01/02,02/03 9. Research Grants
"Bone mineral content measurements, using gamma-ray computed tomography.” Special Services and Research Committee, University of Alberta Hospitals.
$18,000; 1 September 1979 - 31 August 1980; co-principal investigator.
"Treatment of osteoporosis by manipulation of bone-cell populations: evaluation using gamma-raycomputed tomography.” Special Services and Research Committee, University of Alberta Hospitals.
$10,600; 6 November 1980 - 5 November 1981; co-principal investigator.
"Dual-rotation computed-tomography system development for bone and soft-tissue densitymeasurements.” Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (AHFMR).
$184,730; 1 January 1981 - 31 December 1982; principal investigator.
AHFMR.
$63,000; 1 January 1981 - 31 December 1986; principal investigator.
Grinnell image-processing and -display system.
AHFMR.
$39,690; 7 January 1981; capital request; co-principal investigator.
Additions to multi-user laboratory data-acquisition and -processing computer facility.
AHFMR.
$145,000; 26 February 1982; capital request; co-principal investigator.
Maintenance of computer and image-processing facilities.
AHFMR.
$40,500; 1 July 1982 - 30 June 1983; co-principal investigator.
"Characterization and monitoring of the adult skeleton in chronic renal failure by computedtomography.” Special Services and Research Committee, University of Alberta Hospitals.
$7,000; 1 September 1983 - 28 February 1985; co-principal investigator.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
"Quantitative assessment of skeletal status by computed tomography in patients with multiplemyeloma receiving conventional chemotherapy and either a diphosphonate or a placebo.” Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund: Applied Research - Cancer.
$56,100; 1 October 1983 - 31 March 1985; co-principal investigator.
"A clinical trial of skeletal activation in healthy post-menopausal women.” Medical Research Council of Canada.
$142,000; 1 July 1984 - 31 December 1986; co-principal investigator.
"A pilot study to improve the tolerance and effectiveness of phosphate/Didronel ADFR treatmentin patients with post-menopausal osteoporosis.” The Proctor & Gamble Company, U.S.A.
$209,000; 1 October 1984 - 30 September 1986; co-principal investigator.
Expansion of disc storage and memory on a multi-user computer system.
AHFMR.
$29,000; 27 February 1985; capital request; co-principal investigator.
"Quantitative assessment of skeletal status by computed tomography in patients with multiplemyeloma receiving conventional chemotherapy and either a diphosphonate or a placebo.” Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund: Applied Research - Cancer.
$50,100; 1 October 1985 - 31 March 1987; co-principal investigator.
Establishment of Biomedical Imaging Laboratory.
Wright State University and Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio.
$674,000; 1 January 1986 - 30 June 1988; principal investigator.
Towards the development of the Bone Research Laboratory.
The Proctor & Gamble Company, U.S.A$5,000; 5 March 1986; principal investigator.
"Analysis and interpretation of medical images - an approach using artificial intelligence.” Ohio Board of Regents.
$16,000; 1 January 1987 - 31 December 1987; principal investigator.
"Analysis and interpretation of medical images - an approach using artificial intelligence.” Image Digitizing System.
Wright State University, College of Engineering and Computer Science.
$6,500; 1 January 1987; capital request; principal investigator.
"Computer-based analysis system of spinal radiographs.” Wright State University, Research Incentive Grant.
$3,500; 1 February 1988 - 15 March 1988; principal investigator.
"Where are we with osteoporosis?" Continuing medical education program.
Ayerst Pharmaceuticals Inc.
$800; 20 April 1988; principal recipient.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Foundation of an osteoporosis information and support group.
Dayton-area health-care institutions.
$1,800; 1 August 1988 - 31 December 1988; principal recipient.
"Disuse osteoporosis - a new procedure for in-vivo assessment.” Ohio Board of Regents.
$60,000; 1 January 1990 - 30 June 1991; principal investigator.
"L-Thyroxine impact on bone mineral density in primary hypothyroidism.” US Air Force - Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
$4,200; 15 September 1990 - 31 August 1991; co-principal investigator.
"Influence of calcium on bone mass formation during puberty.” NIH - Nat. Inst. of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
$1,630,000; 5 August 1991 - 31 July 1996; co-investigator.
"Influence of calcium on bone mass formation during puberty.” NIH; Subcontract from The Ohio State University.
$91,154; 5 August 1991 - 31 July 1996; principal investigator.
"Bone density changes in spinal-cord injured patients.” NIH - Nat. Inst. of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
$898,727; 1 October 1991 - 30 September 1996; principal investigator.
"Bone density changes in stroke patients.” Pruett Seed Grant, WSU Office of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology.
$5,000; 1 November 1992 - 31 October 1993; co-investigator.
"A phase III study of intermittent cyclical Tiludronate in the treatment of establishedpost-menopausal osteoporosis.” Sterling Winthrop Inc.
$1,277,902; 1 December 1992 - 31 December 1997; principal investigator.
"A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter, parallel group study to determinethe efficacy and safety of Risedronate (NE-58095) in the treatment of postmenopausal womenwith established osteoporosis-related vertebral deformities.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$850,489; 1 August 1994 - 28 February 1999; principal investigator.
Ohio Board of Regents.
$18,000; 1 August 1994 - 31 July 1995; capital request; principal investigator.
"A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multi-center, parallel group study to determinethe efficacy and safety of Risedronate (NE-58095) in the prevention of corticosteroid-inducedosteoporosis (CIOP).” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$44,677; 1 March 1995 - 30 June 1997; principal investigator.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
“A four-year (three-year core and one-year partial crossover), double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled study of the effects of three different doses of Calcimar (synthetic salmon calcitonin,injectable) on bone mineral density, stature, and biochemical markers of bone turnover in womenwith established postmenopausal osteoporosis (protocol RG-83853-402).” Rhône-Poulenc Rorer Pharmaceuticals. $217,531; 1 October 1995 - 30 June 1997; principal investigator.
“Change of bone density during pregnancy and lactation.” WSU Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
$1,850; 1 January 1995 - 31 December 1996; principal investigator.
“The use of computed tomography for measurement of bone density to distinguish fractures ofosteogenesis imperfecta from child abuse.” The Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Dayton, Ohio.
$12,500; 1 July 1995 - 30 June 1997; co-investigator.
“A randomized, comparative multicenter clinical trial evaluating Norian SRS and conventionaltreatment in unstable metaphyseal fractures of the distal radius.” Norian.
$5,000; 1 September 1995 - 31 December 1996; co-investigator.
“Osteoporosis: Diagnosis and Treatment”, CME program in Dayton, OH.
Merck Pharmaceuticals. $7,000; 12 October 1995; principal recipient.
“Ohio rapid prototype process development consortium.” Ohio Board of Regents.
$2,144,000; 1 September 1996; capital request; co-investigator.
“Ohio rapid prototype process development consortium.” Ohio Board of Regents.
$45,000; 1 July 1997; local share of capital request; principal investigator.
“The effect of exercise on CT bone density in 7 year old girls.” WSU School of Medicine, Dayton, OH$9,560; 1 July 1999 - 30 June 2000; co-investigator.
“Qualification of radiologic technologists in North America for the test-retest reliability ofmeasurements of the tibiofemoral joint space width in subjects with osteoarthritis of the knee.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$180,000; 1 August 1999 - 31 December 2003; principal investigator.
“Bone and mineral metabolism research laboratory: a mobile unit.” Ohio State University, Columbus, OH$265,000; 5 August 1999; co-investigator.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
“Bone and mineral metabolism research laboratory: a mobile unit.” Ohio Board of Regents and Wright State University, Dayton, OH$30,000; 5 August 1999; principal investigator.
“Radiographic knee procedures for clinical study in knee osteoarthritis.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$300,000; 1 January 2000 - 31 December 2003; principal investigator.
“A randomized, double-blind, parallel, multicenter, placebo-controlled, two year study to determinethe efficacy and safety of orally administered 5 and 15 mg/day, and 50 mg/week risedronate inpatients with medial compartment knee osteoarthritis in North America.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$600,000; 1 January 2000 - 31 December 2003; principal investigator.
“The effect of exercise, vitamin D receptor genotype and calcium-sensing receptor genotype onCT bone density in adolescent females.” Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH$44,442; 1 January 2000 - 31 December 2001; co-investigator.
“Analysis of coronary arteries by helical computed tomography.” Kettering Medical Center Foundation, Dayton, OH$60,000; 1 September 2000 - 31 August 2003; principal investigator.
“Postmenopausal evaluation and risk reduction with lasofoxifene (PEARL).” Pfizer Global Research & Development.
$200,000; 1 November 2001 - 31 December 2005; principal investigator.
Central analysis for pQCT substudy of PEARL trial.
Pfizer Global Research & Development.
$100,000; 1 March 2002 - 31 December 2005; principal investigator.
Central analysis for "A phase II, randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter studyof the safety and efficacy of zoledronic acid for improvement of bone mineral density in patientswith Gaucher disease who are beginning with enzyme replacement therapy with Cerezyme®.
Genzyme Corporation.
$52,000; 1 September 2003 - 31 December 2004; principal investigator.
“A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter, parallel group study of one yearduration followed by 2 years of open-label treatment to determine the safety and efficacy of orallyadministered 2.5 mg or 5.0 mg daily risedronate, in children ≥4 to <16 years old withosteogenesis imperfecta.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$80,000; 1 June 2004 - 31 December 2007; principal investigator.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Central analysis of vQCT for “A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter, parallelgroup study of one year duration followed by 2 years of open-label treatment to determine thesafety and efficacy of orally administered 2.5 mg or 5.0 mg daily risedronate, in children ≥4 to<16 years old with osteogenesis imperfecta.” Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals.
$35,000; 1 November 2004 - 31 December 2008; principal investigator.
10. Participation in International Symposia
Fachtagung Medex '76, Basle, 15-18 June 1976.
First International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography,San Francisco, CA, 7-9 June 1979.
Workshop on CT Technology for Bone-Density Measurements, Edmonton, Canada, 16-17 January1981; co-organizer.
Second International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using ComputedTomography, Zuoz, Switzerland, 13-16 April 1981; moderator.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 9-14 August1981.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 25-30 July1982.
Third International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using ComputedTomography, Banff, Canada, 24-28 October 1982; co-organizer.
International Symposium on Clinical Disorders of Bone and Mineral Metabolism, Detroit, MI, 8-13May 1983; invited speaker.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 7-12 August1983.
Workshop on the Coherence Therapy for Osteoporosis, London, Ontario, 10-11 February 1984;invited speaker.
Fourth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using ComputedTomography, Fontevraud, France, 29 May - 1 June 1984; moderator.
Copenhagen International Symposium on Osteoporosis, Copenhagen, Denmark, 3-8 June 1984.
Twelfth Annual Applied Basic Science Course: "Bone Fragility in Orthopedics and Medicine",Ottawa, Canada, 16-18 May 1985; invited speaker.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 4-9 August1985.
Fifth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography,Bretton Woods, NH, 14-18 October 1985; moderator.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 10-15 August1986.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 9-14 August1987.
Sixth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using ComputedTomography, Buxton, Derbyshire, England, 21-25 September 1987; moderator.
International Symposium on Osteoporosis, Aalborg, Denmark, 27 September - 2 October 1987.
World Congress on Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, San Antonio, TX, 6-12 August1988.
Seventh International Workshop on Bone Densitometry, Palm Springs, CA, 17-21 September1989; moderator.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 6-10 August1990.
Eighth International Workshop on Bone Densitometry, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, 28 April - 2 May1991; moderator.
Ninth International Workshop on Bone Densitometry, Traverse City, MI, 26-30 September 1992;moderator.
International Meeting on Clinical Impact of Bone Density, Ferrara, Italy, 6-8 May 1993; invitedspeaker.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 1-6 August1993.
Tenth International Workshop on Bone Densitometry, Venice, Italy, 24-28 April 1994; moderator.
World Congress on Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 21-26 August 1994.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID,5-12 August1995.
Eleventh International Workshop on Bone Densitometry, Gleneden Beach, OR, 24-28 September1995; moderator.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Fifth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurements, Bath, United Kingdom,24-26 June 1996.
Twelfth International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Crieff, Scotland, 18-22 May 1997; keynoteaddress, moderator.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 10-15 August1997.
Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurements, Bath, United Kingdom,22-26 June 1998.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 3-7 August1998.
Thirteenth International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Delavan, WI, 4-8 October1998; moderator.
The Third International Congress on Osteoporosis, Xi’an, China, 31 March - 3 April 1999.
World Congress on Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL, 23-28 July 2000.
Fourteenth International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Warnemünde, Germany, 3-7 September2000; invited speaker, moderator.
1st Joint Meeting of the International Bone and Mineral Society and the European Calcified TissueSociety, Madrid, Spain, 5-10 June 2001.
Fifteenth International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, CA, 22-27 July 2002; moderator.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 4-8 August2002.
2002 International Bone Research Instructional Course & Hands-On Workshop, Hong Kong, China,17-19 October 2002.
2002 International Osteoporosis Conference, Shang Hai, China, 20-22 October 2002.
The Second DXA Quality Assurance Workshop, Shang Hai, China, 22-23 October 2002; invitedspeaker, moderator.
2nd European Medical & Biological Engineering Conference, Vienna, Austria, 4-8 December 2002.
WC2003 World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Sydney, Australia, 24-29 August 2003.
2003 International Osteoporosis Conference, Beijing, China, 20-22 October 2003; invited speaker,moderator.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
2003 DXA and Bone Measurement Quality Assurance Workshop, Beijing, China, 22-23 October2003; invited speaker, moderator.
2003 International Symposium on Osteoporosis and Geriatrics, Zhangjiajie, China, 24-28 October2003; invited speaker and moderator.
Sixteenth International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Annecy, France, 20-24 June 2004; invitedspeaker and moderator.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
1. Theses
Hangartner TN (1974): Der Einfluss radialer und azimutaler Dichtevariationen bei Röhrenknochenauf die Bestimmung der mittleren Kompaktadichte mittels Gammastrahlen-Densitometrie.
Diplomarbeit, Institut f Biomed Tech, ETH Zürich.
Hangartner, TN (1978): Quantifizierung der Osteoporose in Radius und Femur mittels Gamma-und Röntgen-Computertomographie. Dissertation, ETH 6291.
2. Books and Proceedings
Hangartner TN, Overton TR (Eds.) (1983): Proceedings of the Third International Workshop onBone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography. Banff, 1982. J Comput AssistTomogr 7: 548-567.
Hangartner TN, Genant HK (Eds.) (1985): Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Boneand Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography. Fontevraud, 1984. J ComputAssist Tomogr 9: 602-641.
3. Journal Articles
Rüegsegger P, Hangartner T, Keller HU, Hinderling T (1978): Standardization of computedtomography images by means of a material-selective beam hardening correction. J Comput AssistTomogr 2: 184-188.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR (1982): Quantitative measurement of bone density using gamma-raycomputed tomography. J Comput Assist Tomogr 6: 1156-1162.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH, van den Berg L, Crockford (1985): Skeletal challenge:An experimental study of pharmacologically induced changes in bone density in the distal radius,using gamma-ray computed tomography. Calcif Tissue Int 37: 19-24.
Hangartner TN (1986): Review: The radiologic measurement of bone. J Can Assoc Radiol37: 143-152.
Hangartner TN (1987): Correction of scatter in computed tomography images of bone. Med Phys14: 335-340.
Hangartner TN, Battista JJ, Overton TR (1987): Performance evaluation of density measurementsof axial and peripheral bone with x-ray and gamma-ray computed tomography. Phys Med Biol 32:1393-1406.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
McClean BA, Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Rathee S (1990): A special purpose X-ray fan-beamCT scanner for trabecular bone density measurement in the appendicular skeleton. Phys Med Biol35: 11-19.
Hangartner TN, Johnston CC (1990): Influence of fat on bone measurements with dual-energyabsorptiometry. Bone and Mineral 9: 71-81.
Overton TR, Snyder RE, Hangartner TN, Girgis S, Audette RJ, Secord DC (1992): Changes in thelinear attenuation coefficient of canine appendicular bone following intravenous infusion ofstrontium lactate, measured using gamma-ray computed tomography. Calcif Tissue Int 50:350-356.
Hangartner TN (1993): The OsteoQuant: an isotope-based CT scanner for precise measurementof bone density. J Comput Assist Tomogr 17: 798-805.
Trulzsch D, Hangartner T, Grandhi N (1993): Hepatische Osteodystrophie bei alkoholischerLeberzirrhose. Der Kassenarzt 9: 40-41.
Hangartner TN, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Barre PS (1994): Tibial bone density loss in spinal cordinjured patients: effects of FES exercise. J Rehab Res and Dev 31: 50-61.
Hangartner TN (1994): A variable-resolution rotate-only computed tomography scanner. MedPhys 21: 1557-63.
Kovanlikaya A, Loro ML, Hangartner TN, Reynolds RA, Roe TF, Gilsanz V (1996): Osteopenia inchildren: CT assessment. Radiology 198: 781-784.
Ilich JZ, Hangartner TN, Skugor M, Roche AF, Goel PK, Matkovic V (1996): Skeletal age as adeterminant of bone mass in preadolescent females. Skeletal Radiol 25: 431-439.
Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1996): Evaluation of cortical bone by computed tomography. J BoneMiner Res 11: 1518-1525.
Ilich JZ, Skugor M, Hangartner TN, Baoshe A, Matkovic V (1998): Relation of nutrition, bodycomposition and physical activity to skeletal development: a cross-sectional study inpreadolescent females. J Am Coll Nutr 17:136-147 Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1999): Temporary brittle bone disease: association with decreased fetalmovement and osteopenia. Calcif Tissue Int 64:137-143.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1999): Bone density measurements by computed tomography inosteogenesis imperfecta-type 1. Osteoporos Int 9:427-432.
Harris ST, Watts NB, Genant HK, McKeever CD, Hangartner TN, Keller M, Chestnut III CH, BrownJ, Eriksen EF, Hoseyni MS, Axelrod DW, Miller PD (1999): Effects of risedronate treatment onvertebral and nonvertebral fractures in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis - a randomizedcontrolled trial. JAMA 282: 1344-1352.
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Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN, Skugor M, Landoll JD, Matkvoic V (2000): Comparison of absorptiometricevaluations from total-body and local-region skeletal scans. J Clin Densitom 3:215-225 Miller ME, Hangartner TN (2001): Relating to methodological shortcomings and the concept oftemporary brittle bone disease; response to Letter to the Editor by Ralph Hicks. Calcif Tissue Int68:316-319.
Evans BL, Martin JB, Burggraf LW, Roggemann MC, Hangartner TN (2002): Demonstration ofenergy-coded Compton scatter tomography with fan beams for one-sided inspection. Nucl Instrand Meth A 480:797-806 Skipper J, Hangartner TN (2002): Deblurring of x-ray spectra acquired with a NaI-photomultiplierdetector by constrained least-squares deconvolution. Med Phys 29:787-796 Buckland-Wright JC, Bird CF, Ritter-Hrncirik CA, Cline GA, Tonkin C, Hangartner TN, Ward RJ,Meyer JM, Meredith MP (2003): X-ray technologist’s reproducibility from automatedmeasurements of the medial tibiofemoral joint space width in knee osteoarthritis for a multicenter,multinational clinical trial. J Rheumatol 30:329-338 4. Chapters in Books
Hangartner TN (1986): Quantitative assessment of bone: radiologic methods. In: Jaworski ZFG,Uhthoff HK (Eds.), Current Concepts of Bone Fragility, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg:89-101.
Hangartner TN (1995): Osteoporosis due to disuse. In: Matkovic V (Ed.), Physical Medicine andRehabilitation Clinics of North America, W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia; 6:579-594.
Hangartner TN (1996): Quantitative radiology. In: Wacaster P (Ed.), Managing OsteogenesisImperfecta: A Medical Manual. The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation; 25-30.
5. Conference Proceedings
Hinderling T, Hangartner T, Schnabel P, Rüegsegger P, Anliker M (1976): Erste Erfahrungen mitdem IBT-Ganzkörperscanner. Biomed Technik 21, Ergänzungsband: 309-310.
Hangartner T, Anliker M, Rüegsegger P (1976): Einfluss der Strahlhärtung auf dieBildrekonstruktion bei der Computertomographie. Biomed Technik 21, Ergänzungsband: 313-314.
Hangartner T, Rüegsegger P (1977): Absolutwerte anstelle von CT-Werten als Basis für einequantitative Computertomographie. Medita 9a: 195-199.
Keller HU, Rüegsegger P, Hangartner T (1978): Quantitative Computertomographie zur Erfassungpathologischer und physiologischer Umbauprozesse des menschlichen Skeletts, Medita,Sonderheft I: 63-68.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN, Rüegsegger P, Anliker M (1979): Quantification of osteoporosis based on CTmeasurements in radius and femur. J Comput Assist Tomogr 3: 848-849.
Overton TR, Whitmore K, Heath R, Menon D, Hangartner TN (1979): A multiple detector (-RayCT system: implementation and application. J Comput Assist Tomogr 3: 855-856.
Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Heath R, Ridley JD (1981): Effect of physical activity on bone:gamma-ray computed tomography. In: JF DeLuca et al. (Eds.), Osteoporosis: Recent Advancesin Pathogenesis and Treatment. University Park Press: 147-158.
van den Berg L, Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Crockford PM (1982): Changes in skeletal statusin osteoporosis -- evaluation using the gamma-CT method. J Comput Assist Tomogr 6: 214-215.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR (1982): The Alberta gamma-CT system. J Comput Assist Tomogr6: 200-201.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR (1983): Recent developments in peripheral CT measurements.
J Comput Assist Tomogr 7: 553.
Harley CH, Hangartner TN, Overton TR, van den Berg L, Crockford PM (1983): An experimentalstudy of the ADFR process in human subjects using gamma-ray CT. J Comput Assist Tomogr 7:561.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Rigal WM (1983): Comparison of trabecular bone density at axialand peripheral sites using computed tomography. In: Frame B, Potts JT (Eds.), Clinical Disordersof Bone and Mineral Metabolism. Excerpta Medica: 54-57.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH (1984): Transient bone density changes following a pulseof ergocalciferol in postmenopausal women. In: Christiansen C. et al. (Eds.), Osteoporosis,Glostrup Hospital, Denmark: 783-785.
Overton TR, Macey DJ, Hangartner TN, Battista JJ (1985): Accuracy and precision in X-ray CTand (-ray CT measurement of bone density: identification and evaluation of some sources of errorin quantitative studies. J Comput Assist Tomogr 9: 606-607.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR (1985): A variable resolution fan-beam CT scanner for peripheralbone evaluation. J Comput Assist Tomogr 9: 612-613.
Hangartner TN (1986): A special purpose computed tomography scanner for bone measurements.
In: NAECON 86, Proceedings of the IEEE 1986 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference,Dayton, OH: 774-778.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH (1987): Geometric evaluation of spinal radiographs as ascreening tool for osteoporosis. In: Christiansen et al. (Eds.), Osteoporosis 1987, Osteopress,Copenhagen: 420-423.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN (1988): Microprocessor control of a computed tomography scanner. In: Harris Gand Walker C (Eds.), Proc of the Ann Int Conf of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and BiologySociety, New Orleans, LA, 10: 386-387.
Hangartner TN, Gabel SJ, Rodgers MM, Barre PS, Glaser RM (1989): Ultra-precise computedtomography scanner for measurement of bone density in extremities. Orthop Trans 13: 279-280.
Rodgers MM, Hangartner TN, Barre PS, Glaser RM, Gabel SJ (1989): Tibial trabecular bonedensity vs time since spinal cord injury. In: Presperin J. (ed.), RESNA '89 Proceedings of the12th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA: 403-404.
Wu CC, Hangartner TN, Bismar HA (1991): Computer simulation of inherent differences betweendual energy computed tomography methods for mineral estimation. In: Nagel JH and Smith WM(Eds.), Proc of the Ann Int Conf of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Orlando,FL, 1: 33-34.
Hangartner TN, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Barre PS (1993): Effect of FES exercise on tibial boneloss in spinal-cord injured patients. Orthop Trans 17:751.
Hangartner TN (1994): Bone mineral analysis in peripheral sites. Pandora 6, Suppl. 1:45-52.
Skipper JA, Hangartner TN (1996): Optimizing x-ray spectra for dual-energy radiographic bonedensitometry. Proceedings of the 15th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference, Dayton, OH,29-31 March 1996.
Hangartner TN (1998): Quality assurance and control in bone absorptiometry. Current Researchin Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement V:34.
Evans BL, Martin JB, Burggraf LW, Roggemann MC, Hangartner TN (2001): Demonstration of one-surface, energy-coded Compton scatter tomography with fan beams. 2001 IEEE Nuclear ScienceSymposium Conference Record: CW-7.
Hangartner TN, Short DF (2001): Quantification of Width and Density of Bone Structures bycomputed tomography. 2001 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record: M9B-14.
Hangartner TN (2002): Analysis of fine structures by computed tomography. Proceedings of the2002 International Bone Research Instructional Course & Hands-On Workshop, Hong Kong, China:344-366.
Hangartner TN (2002): An improved phantom for quality assurance and control in dual-energyabsorptiometry. Proceedings of The Second DXA Quality Assurance Workshop, Shang Hai, China:H1-H6.
Hangartner TN, Short DF (2002): Analysis of narrow cortical structures using computedtomography. 2nd European Medical and Biological Engineering Conference EMBEC’02, Proceedingsof the International Federation for Medical & Biological Engineering (IFMBE), Volume 3: 1562-1563.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN, Skipper JA (2003): Radiographic absorptiometry of the mandible as a screeningmethod for osteoporosis. Proceedings of the 2003 International Osteoporosis Conference, Beijing,China: 29-34.
Hangartner TN (2003): Comparison of data between DXA scanners. Proceedings of the 2003DXA and Bone Measurement QA Course, Beijing, China: G1-G6.
6. Abstracts
Belch AR, Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH, Castor WR (1985): Does generalizedosteopenia occur in multiple myeloma? Clin Invest Med 8: A163. Hangartner TN (1988): An isotope computed tomography scanner for the precise measurementof bone. Phys Med Biol 33, Suppl. I: 105. Hangartner TN (1989): Correction of scatter in computed tomography images. Calcif Tissue Int44: 146. Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Harley CH, Swersky J (1989): Peripheral and axial bone densitychanges following skeletal challenge with oral phosphate. Calcif Tissue Int 44: 153. Hangartner TN (1989): Special CT scanner for high-precision bone measurements. Radiology173(P): 414. Pantoja E, Hangartner TN, Ching PL (1989): Seeing is deceiving: radiographic optical illusions.
Radiology 173(P): 471. Hangartner TN, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM (1990): Regional bone-density analysis in the tibia ofpatients with spinal cord injury. Radiology 177(P): 316. Hangartner TN, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM (1991): Bone density in spinal-cord injury patients.
Osteoporosis International 1: 210. Grandhi N, Hangartner TN, Trulzsch TV (1992): Hepatic osteodystrophy in alcoholic liver disease.
Research Competition for Associates Abstracts, 73rd Annual Session of the American College ofPhysicians, San Diego, CA: 42. Trulzsch D, Grandhi N, Hangartner TN (1992): Die hepatische Osteodystrophie bei alkoholischerLeberzirrhose. Klinische Wochenschrift 69, Suppl. XXIII: 126. Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1993): Measurement of cortical bone by computed tomography.
Calcif Tissue Int 52: 160. Hangartner TN, Trulzsch DV, Grandhi N (1993): Osteodystrophy in alcoholic liver disease. CalcifTissue Int 52: 178. CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Loro ML, Hangartner TN, Chuang KS, Ferreira M, Goodman W, Boechat MI, Gilsanz V (1993):Measurements of cortical bone density and cortical area by computed tomography. J Bone MinerRes 8, Suppl. 1: S318.
Moradmand K, Hangartner TN, Goldfinger MD (1993): Poisson-process electrical stimulation:circuit and axonal responses. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 19: 1748.
Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1994): Constant cortical density is a requirement for the accuratemeasurement of cortical thickness by CT. Bone and Mineral 25 (Sup. 2): S4.
Hangartner TN, Rodgers, MM, Glaser RM (1994): Reduction of bone density loss in patients withspinal cord injury using functional electrical stimulation. Bone and Mineral 25 (Sup. 2): S38.
Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1994): The accurate measurement of cortical bone by computedtomography. Phys Med Biol 39a: 313.
Hangartner TN, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM (1994): Functional electrical stimulation reduces bonedensity loss in patients with spinal cord injury. Phys Med Biol 39a: 866.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1995): Computed tomography (CT) bone density in children withosteogenesis imperfecta (OI), infants with multiple unexplained fractures (MUF), and controls.
Ped Res, 37: 150A.
Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1995): Evaluation of width and density of cortical bone by computedtomography. J Bone Miner Res 10, Suppl. 1: S472.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1995): Computed tomography (CT) bone density measurements in afamily with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) - type I. Am J Hum Genet 57: A306.
Hangartner TN, Miller ME (1996): Bone density in children with osteogenesis imperfecta andmultiple unexplained fractures. Osteoporosis Int 6: 86.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1996): The association between temporary brittle bone disease andintrauterine confinement. Ped Res, 39: 83A.
Miller ME, Hangartner, TN (1996): Increased cortical bone density in adults with osteogenesisimperfecta type 1 compared to their affected children. Ped Res, 39: 147A.
Hangartner TN, Gilsanz V (1996): The measurement of the material density of bone by computedtomography. Current Research in Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement IV: 1996: 89.
Hangartner TN (1997): Technical problems in longitudinal measurements with dual-energyabsorptiometry. Osteoporosis Int 7: 257.
Hangartner TN (1997): Assessment of bone mineral density by computed tomography. Medical& Biological Engineering & Computing 35S:701. CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (1997): CT bone density measurements in infants with temporary brittlebone disease associated with decreased fetal movement/intrauterine confinement and controls.
Ped Res 41:96A.
Miller ME, Hangartner, TN (1998): CT bone density in a case of osteogenesis imperfecta - typeI (OI) presenting with suspected child abuse. Ped Res 43:116A.
Hangartner TN (1998): How do you convince yourself that your bone scanner is working right?Bone 23 (Suppl.): SA307.
Hangartner TN (1999): Bone densitometry: quality assurance and control. Osteoporosis Update1999: P81.
Watts N., Hangartner T., Chesnut C., Genant H., Miller P., Eriksen E., Chimes A., Axelrod D.,McKeever C (1999): Risedronate treatment prevents vertebral and non-vertebral fractures inwomen with postmenopausal osteoporosis. Calcif Tissue Int 64 (Suppl. 1): S42. Miller M, Hangartner T (1999): Temporary brittle bone disease (TBBD): Association withdecreased fetal movement and osteopenia. First International Conference on Children’s BoneHealth. 4-7 May, 1999 MECC Maastricht: 68. Miller M, Hangartner T (1999): Computed tomography (CT) bone density measurements inosteogenesis imperfecta-type I (OI). First International Conference on Children’s Bone Health.
4-7 May, 1999 MECC Maastricht:
70.
Watts N, Roux C, Genant H, Adami S, Hangartner T, Miller P, Sorensen O, Hooper M, Ethgen D,Valent D (1999): Risedronate reduces vertebral fracture risk after the first year of treatment inpostmenopausal women with established osteoporosis. J Bone and Mineral Res 14: S136.
Binkley TL, Specker, BL, Hangartner, TN (1999): Bone parameters in preschool children asmeasured by peripheral quantitative computed tomography: validation and technique. J Bone andMineral Res 14: S251.
Eastell R, Reid D, Watts N, Roux C, Genant H, Adami S, Hangartner T, Miller P, Sorensen O,Hooper M, Ethgen D, Valent D (2000): Risedronate induces rapid and sustained reductions invertebral fracture risk in postmenopausal women with established osteoporosis. Osteoporos Int11, (Suppl 1): S26.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (2000): Successful treatment of severe osteogenesis imperfecta withoral alendronate. Ped Res 47:242A.
Zaim A, Hangartner T (2000): Prediction of mechanical strength of bone using finite elementanalysis and computer tomography. 2000 World Congress of Medical Physics and BiomedicalEngineering, 23-28 July 2000, Chicago, IL, WE-B328-03.
Hangartner T, Short D (2000): Quantitative evaluation of width and density of fine structures bycomputed tomography. 2000 World Congress of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, 23-28 July 2000, Chicago, IL, TH-E307-06.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Skipper J, Hangartner T (2000): Improvement of energy resolution of nai-photomultiplier detectorusing spectral deconvolution. 2000 World Congress of Medical Physics and BiomedicalEngineering, 23-28 July 2000, Chicago, IL, FR-B307-04.
Hangartner TN, Short DF (2000): Influence of scanning and reconstruction parameters on themeasured density of fine structures in computed tomography. Osteoporos Int 11 (Suppl 3): S43.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (2000): Successful treatment of severe osteogenesis imperfecta withoral alendronate. Am J Hum Genet 67 (Suppl 2): 431.
Buckland-Wright C, Bird C, Tonkin C, Hangartner T, Ritter-Hrncirik C, Cline G, Meyer J (2001):X-ray technologist’s reproducibility in radiography of osteoarthritic (OA) knees for a multicentre,multinational clinical trial. Arthritis Rheum 44: S385.
Hangartner TN, Short DF (2001): Quantification by computed tomography of width and densityof narrow bone structures suffering from partial volume effect. Med Phys 28: 1818.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN (2001): Computed tomography (CT) bone density measurements innormal prepubertal and postpubertal females. Ped Res 49:159A.
Hangartner TN, Miller ME (2001): Computed-tomography bone-density measurements in normalpre- and post-pubertal females. Bone 28: S197.
Hangartner TN (2001): Book Review of Kalender WA: Computed Tomography, MeasurementScience and Technology 12:1610. Landoll JD, Badenhop-Stevens NE, May R, Hangartner T, Roehrig JL, Matkovic V (2001):Comparison of the X-Posure system for radiogrammetry of the metacarpals with standardtechniques and DXA. J Bone and Mineral Res 16: S457.
Miller ME, Short DF, Hangartner TN (2002): Cortical and trabecular bone density values in normalchildren measured by pQCT. Calcif Tissue Int 70: 374.
Hangartner TN, Short DF (2002): Overcoming the partial-volume effect in cortical analysis usingcomputed tomography. Proceedings of the 2002 International Osteoporosis Conference, Shanghai,China: 134-135.
Delmas PD, Hangartner TN, Li Z, Cooper C (2002): Relationship between spine bone mineraldensity and vertebral fracture risk for antireorptive agents using individual patient data vs.
summary statistics. Osteoporos Int 13 (Suppl 3): S12.
Kausthubh NA, Hangartner TN, Ezzeddine BM (2003): Phantom to evaluate imaging ofatherosclerotic coronary arteries in motion by spiral computed tomography. 4th InternationalConference on Cardiac Spiral CT, Cambridge, MA.
Hangartner TN, Shah D (2003): Modeling of blurring due to finite slice width in computedtomography. Proceedings of the WC2003 World Congress of Medical Physics and BiomedicalEngineering, Sydney, Australia: 1652.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN, Skipper JA (2003): A new screening method for osteoporosis: radiographicabsorptiometry of the mandible. Proceedings of the 2003 International Symposium onOsteoporosis and Geriatrics, Zhangjiajie, China:13-14.
Harrison E, Ward K, Hangartner T, Adams J (2004): Estimating the effect of positioning on themeasure of BMD by pQCT at the distal radius. Proceedings of the 16th International BoneDensitometry Workshop, Annecy, France: 47.
Ward K, Hangartner T, Harrison E, Adams J (2004): A comparison of manufacturer and user-defined thresholds for analysis of bone geometry and density by peripheral quantitative computedtomography (pQCT). Proceedings of the 16th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Annecy,France: 153.
Hangartner T (2004): Quality assurance and control in DXA: Are the traditional phantomsadequate? Proceedings of the 16th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Annecy, France:168.
Villata RB, Hangartner TN (2004): Physical activity and bone density: countermeasure strategiesfor low Gz environments. Aviat Space Environ Med 75:S437.
Landoll JD, Mobley SL, Ha E, Badenshop-Stevens NE, Hangartner TN, Matkovic V (2004):Children with bone fragility fractures have reduced volumetric bone mineral density of the radius.
J Bone and Mineral Res 19: S87.
7. Invited Seminars and Workshops
Hangartner TN: CT-Projekt an der University of Alberta. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,Zürich, Switzerland, 13 August 1980.
Hangartner TN: CT-system specifications. Workshop on CT-Technology for Bone DensityMeasurements, Edmonton, Canada, 16-17 January 1981.
Hangartner TN: Mechanical properties of human bone. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada,17 November 1983.
Hangartner TN: Development of a new CT scanner. University of California at San Francisco,CA, 5 December 1983.
Hangartner TN: ADFR theory of bone. University of California at San Francisco, CA, 5 December1983.
Hangartner TN: Multicenter quality control in the radiological assessment of bone. Workshop onCoherence Therapy for Osteoporosis, London, Ontario, Canada, 10-11 February 1984.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Harley CH: The Edmonton ADFR experience. Workshop onCoherence Therapy for Osteoporosis, London, Ontario, Canada, 10-11 February 1984.
Hangartner TN: The measurement of trabecular bone density in vertebral bodies. Calgary GeneralHospital, Calgary, Canada, 18 January 1985.
Hangartner TN: Knochenmessungen mit Absorptiometrie und Computertomographie. AlbertLudwigs Universität, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 20 February 1986.
Hangartner TN: Technische Aspekte des CT-Scanners 'Rotoscan'. Siemens, Erlangen, Germany,28 February 1986.
Hangartner TN: Comparison of radiologic measurements of bone. Fifth Annual Symposium of theBiomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program: Recent Advances in Bone Research, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 8 May 1987.
Hangartner TN: The radiologic measurement of bone. Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN,13 May 1987.
Hangartner TN: The precise measurement of bone: methods. Johnson Space Center, Houston,TX, 23 June 1989.
Hangartner TN: Practical considerations of medical imaging instrumentation. University ofCincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 28 June 1989.
Hangartner TN: Comparison of definitions of vertebral fractures. Workshop on Defining VertebralFractures, Washington, DC, 25 February 1990.
Hangartner TN: Bone mineral measurements. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH,11 October 1990.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative bone measurements by radiologic methods. Visiting ProfessorshipProgram, University of California at Los Angeles, CA, 18 January 1991.
Hangartner TN: Diagnosis and follow-up of osteoporosis by radiologic methods. University ofWestern Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, 12 April 1991.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative assessment of bone by radiologic methods. London Regional CancerCenter, London, Ontario, Canada, 12 April 1991.
Hangartner TN: Knochenmessung zur Diagnose und Behandlungsbeurteilung der Osteoporose.
Kantonales Spital Altstätten, Switzerland, 13 May 1991.
Hangartner TN: Bone density loss in spinal-cord injured patients. 1991 Spinal Cord InjuryResearch Symposium, Edmonton, Canada, 31 October - 1 November 1991. CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: Bone measurements and possible applications to research animals. Eli-Lilly,Indianapolis, IN, 16 April 1992.
Hangartner TN: Aufbau des OsteoQuant und Evaluation des trabekulären und kortikalenKnochens. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland, 15 June 1992.
Hangartner TN: Knochemmineralverlust in der Tibia in der Folge von Querschnittslähmungen,Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany, 18 June 1992.
Hangartner, TN: Bone mineral analysis in peripheral sites. International Meeting on ClinicalImpact of Bone Density, Ferrara, Italy, 6-8 May 1993.
Hangartner TN: Measurement of small bones by computed tomography: technical considerations.
Eli-Lilly, Indianapolis, IN, 22 July 1993.
Hangartner TN: Bone densitometry and its link to osteogenesis imperfecta. OsteogenesisImperfecta 1995 Patient Forum, Dayton, OH, 29 July 1995.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative radiological methods to assess bone. University of Dayton, 12 April1996.
Hangartner TN: Materialdichtebestimmung des Knochens mittels Computertomographie.
University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, 18 July 1997.
Hangartner TN: In-vivo quantitative imaging of bone. University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, 10 March1998.
Hangartner TN: In-vivo quantitative measurement of bone by roentgenologic methods. UnionMedical University of China, Beijing, 27 March 1999.
Hangartner TN: Peripheral quantitative computed tomography. Tutorial at the 14th InternationalBone Density Workshop, Warnemünde, Germany, 3-7 September 2000.
Hangartner TN: Refresher course for x-ray technologists involved in osteoarthritis study of theknee. San Antonio, TX, 4-6 May 2001.
Hangartner TN: Distinction between osteoporosis and osteomalacia based on computedtomography images of bone in vivo. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 26 July 2001.
Hangartner TN: Refresher course for x-ray technologists involved in osteoarthritis study of theknee. Miami, FL, 25-28 April 2002.
Hangartner TN: Accurate measurement of width and density of cortical bone from computedtomography images. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 17 May 2002.
Hangartner TN: Calibration of image values in computed tomography. pQCT Users Meeting, SunValley, ID, 1-2 August 2002.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: Radiologic methods for the in-vivo quantitative assessment of bone. TsinghuaUniversity, Beijing, China, 14 October 2002.
Hangartner TN: Radiologic methods for the in-vivo quantitative assessment of bone. The SecondDXA Quality Assurance Workshop, Shang Hai, China, China, 23 October 2002.
Hangartner TN: From the assessment of bone mass to the assessment of bone density: theexperience of a student of Peter Rüegsegger. Bone Architecture: History and Measurement, SwissFederal Institute of Technology Zürich, Switzerland, 30 January 2003.
Hangartner TN: Comparison of data between DXA scanners. 2003 International Symposium onOsteoporosis and Geriatrics, Zhangjiajie, China:24-28 October 2003.
Hangartner TN: Quality assurance and control in DXA: Are the traditional phantoms adequate?University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, 19 January 2004.
Hangartner TN: Techniques to evaluate bone: imaging overview. Bone Expert Panel, GenzymeCorporation, Boston, MA, 5 February 2004.
Hangartner TN: Imaging techniques used in evaluating Gaucher bone disease. Bone Expert Panel,Genzyme Corporation, Boston, MA, 5 February 2004.
Hangartner TN, Short DF: The evaluation of bone cortex by computed tomography (CT): a methodallowing accurate extraction of geometry as well as density, even under conditions of partialvolume effect. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 2 April 2004.
Hangartner TN, Short DF: Measurement of cortical bone by CT: overcoming the partial-volumeeffect. University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK, 30 April 2004.
Hangartner TN, Short DF: Overcoming the partial-volume effect of CT in the assessment ofgeometry and density of fine structures. Kings College, London, UK, 12 May 2004.
Hangartner TN: Bone Disease in Gaucher: DXA. 8th Annual LSD Registries Meeting, WashingtonDC, 22 May 2004.
8. Unpublished Conference Presentations
Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Bettcher KB: Gamma-ray computed tomography ((-CT): a newtechnique in the evaluation of renal osteodystrophy. Combined Meeting, Canadian and AustralianCollege of Medicine, Melbourne, Australia, 1980.
Hangartner TN: Use of peripheral CT measurements of bone mass. Sun Valley Workshop onMorphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 25-30 July 1982.
Harley CH, Hangartner TN, Overton TR: In-vivo skeletal activation monitored by peripheral CT.
Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 25-30 July1982.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN, Heath RF: Computational design problems in CT data acquisition and analysis forbone density measurements. Third International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue DensitometryUsing Computed Tomography, Banff, Canada, 24-28 October 1982.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH: Double blind study of activation by vitamin D. SunValley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone, Sun Valley, ID, 7-12 August 1983.
Hangartner TN: A high precision computed tomography scanner for bone and soft-tissuedensitometry. Fourth Annual Heritage Medical Research Days, Edmonton, Canada, 15-16November 1984.
Hangartner TN, Overton TR, Harley CH: Transient bone density changes following a pulse ofergocalciferol in postmenopausal women. Fourth Annual Heritage Medical Research Days,Edmonton, Canada, 15-16 November 1984.
Hangartner TN: Definition of osteopenia by lateral radiographs. Sun Val ey Workshop onMorphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 4-9 August 1985.
Wells DM, Hangartner TN: Calibration of a new CT scanner: effects of modified re-binning onimage reconstruction. Fifth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry UsingComputed Tomography, Bretton Woods, NH, 14-18 October 1985.
D'Amico DA, Hangartner TN: Edge detection of bone using cross-correlation of radial profiles andmathematical morphology. Fifth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue DensitometryUsing Computed Tomography, Bretton Woods, NH, 14-18 October 1985.
Overton TR, Hangartner TN, Bettcher KB, Harley CH: Axial and peripheral skeleton responses tochallenge with oral 1,25 (OH)2 D3 in chronic renal failure (CRF). Fifth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography, Bretton Woods, NH, 14-18October 1985.
Hangartner TN, Belch AR, Overton TR, Harley CH: Osteopenia in multiple myeloma. FifthInternational Workshop on Bone and Soft-Tissue Densitometry Using Computed Tomography,Bretton Woods, NH, 14-18 October 1985.
D'Amico DA, Hangartner TN: Two algorithms for detecting bone edges in quantitative computedtomography. Fifth Annual Heritage Medical Research Days, Calgary, Canada, 21 November1985.
Hangartner TN: Change of "bone density" after strontium infusion in dogs. Sun Valley Workshopon Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 10-15 August 1986.
Hangartner TN: Correction of scatter in CT images. Sixth International Workshop on Bone andSoft-Tissue Densitometry, Buxton, England, 22-25 September 1987.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Overton TR, Hangartner TN: Peripheral and axial bone density changes following skeletalchallenge with oral phosphate. Sixth International Workshop on Bone and Soft-TissueDensitometry, Buxton, England, 22-25 September 1987.
Hangartner TN: Disuse osteopenia: spinal cord injury. Sun Valley Workshop on MorphologicalAspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 6-10 August 1990.
Hangartner TN: Effects of functional electrical stimulation (FES) on bone density in spinal-cordinjured patients. Sun Valley Workshop on Morphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley,ID, 2-6 August 1993.
Hangartner TN: The measurement of cortical bone by CT. Sun Valley Workshop onMorphological Aspects of Bone Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 7-11 August 1995.
Hangartner TN: Biomedical Imaging. Invited presentation for Plenary Session, 15th SouthernBiomedical Engineering Conference, Dayton, OH, 29-31 March 1996.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN: The association between temporary brittle bone disease and decreasedfetal movement. Poster presentation at 1996 Gordon Research Conference on Bioengineering andOrthopaedic Sciences, Andover, NH, 28 July-2 August 1996.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN: CT bone density measurements in infants with temporary brittle bonedisease associated with decreased fetal movement/intrauterine confinement and controls. 27thInternational Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology, Sun Valley, ID, 11-15 August 1997.
Swedlund SK, Hangartner TN: Comparison of assessment tools in treatment of osteoporosis.
Poster presentation at 16th Annual Research Day, The Ohio Academy of Family Physicians,Athens, OH, 9 May 1998.
Miller ME, Hangartner TN: Computed tomography bone density measurements in osteogenesisimperfecta - type I. Poster presentation at 1998 Gordon Research Conference on Bioengineeringand Orthopaedic Sciences, Andover, NH, 26-31 July 1998.
Hangartner TN: Phantom for quality assurance and control in dual-energy absorptiometry. NonSpine Quality Assurance Symposium, Monterey, CA, 21 July 2002.
Hangartner TN, Short DF: Improved cortical analysis using computed tomography. 15thInternational Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, CA, 22-25 July 2002.
9. Media Presentations
Hangartner TN, Gruber JS: Osteoporosis. TV broadcast in the series Doctor on Call, Dayton, OH,31 January 1988.
Hangartner TN, Gruber JS, Stoia R: Osteoporosis. TV broadcast in the series Issues and Formats,Dayton, OH, 8 April 1990.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
10. Local Seminars and Continuing Education Presentations
Hangartner TN: Computer assisted tomography: technical aspects of a revolutionary diagnosticinstrument. Department of Physics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 15 February 1980.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative computed tomography of bone. Department of Physics, Universityof Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 15 February 1985.
Hangartner TN: The use of computed tomography for the quantification of bone density. WrightState University, Dayton, OH, 4 April 1985.
Hangartner TN: Evaluation of the coherence therapy of bone by computed tomography. KetteringMedical Center, Dayton, OH, 5 April 1985.
Hangartner TN: Non-invasive measurement of bone. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada,4 November 1985.
Hangartner TN: Non-invasive measurement of bone. Orthopedic Grand Rounds, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 31 January 1987.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis -- non-invasive bone measurements. OB/GYN Grand Rounds, MiamiValley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 4 February 1987.
Hangartner TN: Radiologic detection and follow-up of osteoporosis. Internal Medicine GrandRounds, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 25 February 1987.
Hangartner TN: Coherence therapy of bone in osteoporosis. Good Samaritan Hospital and WrightState University Integrated Grand Rounds in Internal Medicine, Dayton, OH, 14 September 1987.
Hangartner TN: Bone measurements. Public seminar, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH,20 April 1988.
Hangartner TN: Bone density measurements. Orthopaedic Basic Science Lecture, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 10 May 1988.
Hangartner TN: I. Radiologic bone measurements, II. Coherence therapy of bone. Continuingeducation seminar for sonographers, Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys, OH,16 August 1988.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative computed tomography for the precise measurement of bone.
Seminar in Physics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 5 October 1988.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: Who has it, who gets it and how to prevent it? The FortnightlyClub, Piqua, OH, 13 January 1989.
Hangartner TN: Screening for osteoporosis? Family Practice Grand Rounds, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 23 February 1989.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: OsteoQuant. In service, Medical Imaging Department, Miami Valley Hospital,Dayton, OH, 4, 18, 21 April 1989.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis prevention. American Business Women Association, Trotwood,OH, 15 May 1990.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: disease, prevention and treatment. Mercy Medical Center,Springfield, OH, 17 May 1990.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Montgomery County Joint Vocational School, Dayton, OH,6 December 1990.
Hangartner TN: Bone density measurements. Orthopaedic Basic Science Lecture, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 16 April 1991.
Hangartner TN: Detection and management of osteoporosis. Internal Medicine Grand Rounds,Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 5 June 1991.
Hangartner TN: Bone loss in spinal cord injured patients. Rehabilitation Center, St. ElizabethMedical Center, Dayton, OH, 26 September 1991.
Hangartner TN: Bone measurement methods. Seminar in Biomedical and Human FactorsEngineering, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 6 April 1992.
Hangartner TN: How well do radiologic methods work for quantitative assessment of bone?Seminar in Physics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 15 October 1992.
Hangartner TN: Bone density measurements. Orthopaedic Basic Science Lecture, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 30 March 1993.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: disease, prevention and treatment. Downtown Senior Center,Dayton, OH, 15 September 1993.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: disease, prevention and treatment. Wesley Community Center,Dayton, OH, 29 September 1993.
Hangartner TN: Radiation: the good, the bad and the ugly. Honors Seminar for metropolitanDayton high school seniors, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 17 February 1994.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: How do we detect it, and how can it be managed? GoodSamaritan Hospital, Dayton, OH, 10 May 1994.
Hangartner TN: Bone measurement in osteogenesis imperfecta. Ohio Chapter of theOsteogenesis Imperfecta Support Group, Childrens' Medical Center, Dayton, OH, 9 July 1994.
Hangartner TN: Radiation: what it is and what it does. Honors seminar for metropolitan Daytonhigh school students, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 20 October 1994.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. American Legion Post 675, Dayton, OH, 21 April 1995.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Women’s Group, Grace Community Church, Huber Heights, OH,2 May 1995.
Hangartner TN: Bone up on health. Women’s health program on osteoporosis, Ohio StateUniversity Extension, Montgomery County, Dayton, OH, 18 April 1996.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis 1996: Radiologic diagnosis and follow-up of FDA-approvedtreatments. OB/GYN Grand Rounds, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 31 July 1996.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative imaging of bone. President’s Research Colloquium, Wright StateUniversity, Dayton, OH, 5 March 1997.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Celiac Sprue Support Group, Dayton, OH, 18 November 1997.
Hangartner TN: Plenary presentation and several workshops at a continuing medical educationprogram on bone densitometry, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, 30-31 October, 1997.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 9 - 10 December 1997.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Progressive Mothers, Southminster Presbyterian Church, Dayton,OH, 20 February 1998.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative imaging of bone. Engineering Ph.D. Seminar, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 17 April 1998.
Hangartner TN: Plenary presentation and several workshops at a continuing medical educationprogram on bone densitometry, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, 11-13, May 1998.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 19-20 May 1998.
Hangartner TN: The measurement of bone density and its interpretation in disuse osteoporosis.
Physical Medicine Grand Rounds, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 24 August 1998.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Asbury Apartments, Dayton, OH, 23 September 1998.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 27-28 October 1998.
Hangartner TN: Plenary presentation and several workshops at a continuing medical educationprogram on bone densitometry, Cincinnati, OH, 19-21 November 1998.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 11-12 May 1999.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: Plenary presentation and several workshops at a continuing medical educationprogram on bone densitometry, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, 27-28, May 1999.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Sunrise Center, Dayton, OH, 10 June 1999.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Sycamore Hospital, Dayton, OH, 25 October 1999.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 27-28 October 1999.
Hangartner TN: Correction procedures in quantitative computed tomography I. Seminar in AppliedMathematics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 24 January 2000.
Hangartner TN: Biomechanics of bone. Orthopaedic Basic Science Lecture, Miami Valley Hospital,Dayton, OH, 29 February 2000.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Canterbury Court, West Carrollton, OH, 11 April 2000.
Hangartner TN: Correction procedures in quantitative computed tomography II. Seminar in AppliedMathematics, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 4 May 2000.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 9-10 May 2000.
Hangartner TN: Radiation: the good, the bad and the ugly. Honors Seminar for metropolitanDayton high school seniors, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 11 May 2000.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Senior Center, Miamisburg, OH 14 June 2000.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 26-27 September 2000.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 23-24 January 2001.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 15-16 May 2001.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 25-26 September 2001.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 12-13 February 2002.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: What is wrong with the bone, how to find out what is wrong, andhow to assess if it gets better or worse? Center for Women’s Health Care, Miami Valley Hospital,Dayton, OH, 13 & 15 May 2002.
CURRICULUM VITAE
Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD, FAAPM
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 21-22 May 2002.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: How you get it, how to find out if you have it, and what to doabout it? Club Horizon, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, OH, 30 May 2002.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Kettering Optimist Club, 18 June 2002.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 12-13 November 2002.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: Disease, incidence and treatment. Dayton Business and ProfessionalWomen’s Association, 12 February 2003.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 18-19 February 2003.
Hangartner TN: Radiologic assessment of bone. Orthopaedic Basic Science Lecture, Miami ValleyHospital, Dayton, OH, 6 May 2003.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis. Holy Trinity Church, Dayton, OH 15 May 2003.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 20-21 May 2003.
Hangartner TN: Quantitative imaging of bone. Imaging Science and Biomedical EngineeringSeminar, The University of Manchester, UK, 10 November 2003.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 2-3 December 2003.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 23-24 March 2004.
Hangartner TN: Basic education for general x-ray machine operators, Wright State University,Dayton, OH, 10-11 August 2004.
Hangartner TN: Osteoporosis: Does it affect you? Miracle Women, East End Community Center,Dayton, OH 23 September 2004 Hangartner TN: T- and Z-scores: What bone measurements tell us. Workshop in Bone HealthSeminar: “Healthy Bone - A strong Future.” Wright State University, 29 September 2004.

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