S. Ted Treves , MD
Office Phone: 617-355-7935
Appointment Line: 617-919-SCAN (7226)
Dr. Treves is Professor of Radiology (Nuclear Medicine), and Director of the Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine (JPNM) Harvard Medical School. He graduated from the University of Buenos Aires and completed his residency/fellowship training at McGill University/Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada, and at Yale Medical School, New Haven, CT. Dr. Treves founded the first Division of Nuclear Medicine at Children’s Hospital Boston in 1970, and served as its Chief for over 40 years. He is one of the founding members of the JPNM, and has served as Director of its Residency Training Program in Nuclear Medicine. Dr. Treves is the program director of the Harvard Medical School postgraduate course “Clinical Nuclear Medicine”. He has been a member of the Radiopharmaceutical Advisory Committee of the Food and Drug Administration. He serves as a reviewer for several scientific journals and on many editorial boards, and has served as a member of the American Board of Nuclear Medicine of which he is a life-member. Dr. Treves founded the Small Animal Imaging Laboratory (SAIL) at Children’s Hospital Boston with collaboration from Drs. Fred Fahey, Fred Grant and Alan Packard. The laboratory is equipped with microPET, microCT, microradiography and a 7T MRI scanner. He has published more than 300 original articles, reviews and book chapters, as well as three editions of his textbook in Pediatric Nuclear Medicine, and is currently working on the fourth edition. His research interests include the development and evaluation of diagnostic radionuclide methods with emphasis in physiologic evaluation and pediatric applications and, more recently, he has lead initiatives towards radiation dose reduction in pediatric nuclear medicine. Dr. Treves has been instrumental in the development of new radiopharmaceutical agents, and has several inventions and patents in his name including a patient-specific method for the detection of seizures. He is the recipient of the Taplin Award, the Holman-Kaplan Award from the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM), Mentor of the Year from the American College of Nuclear Medicine and the first Conway-Treves Senior Investigator Award from the SNM Pediatric Imaging Council.
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