prof. dr. T. (Tim) Leiner

prof. dr. T. (Tim) Leiner

Full Professor
prof. dr. T. (Tim) Leiner
  • Radiology

Research Programs

Circulatory Health



Prof. Tim Leiner is a cardiovascular radiologist at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN and a Professor of Radiology at Utrecht University Medical Center, Utrecht, The Netherlands. He received his M.D. in 2000 from Maastricht University Medical School. In 2002 he obtained his Ph.D. from the same University. Following his Ph.D. he spent 18 months as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Cardiac MR Center at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical School in Boston under Dr. Warren Manning. He then completed his Radiology residency at Maastricht University Medical Center, during which he spent 3 months at the Vascular Imaging Laboratory at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA under Professors Jeffrey H. Maki and Chun Yuan.

His research interests center around the development and implementation of new cardiovascular MR and CT techniques. Dr. Leiner has served as faculty member and member of the organizing committees at the annual meetings of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR), European Society for Cardiovascular Radiology (ESCR), Society for Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT), European Congress of Radiology (ECR), Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), and at annual meetings of the Dutch Radiological Society. He has chaired the Scientific Program Committee of the ESMRMB in 2017. Dr. Leiner has served on the Editorial Boards of European Radiology, the Dutch Medical Journal and the Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (JCMR). He currently is Associate Editor of the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (JMRI) and Radiology – Cardiothoracic. Dr. Leiner has served on the Board of Trustees of the ISMRM from 2006-2009 and the Board of Trustees of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) from 2016-2019. He is the author of over 375 original papers, review articles and book chapters as well as editor of several electronic radiology textbooks. He is the immediate past president of the ISMRM.

Side Activities

Immediate past president of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)

Member The Health Council of the Netherlands, August 2018 - July 2019

Consultant to Bayer Healthcare, 2018 → …

Consultant to Philips Healthcare, 2018 → …

Associate Editor, Radiology Cardiothoracic, 2018 → …

Associate Editor, Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, 2016 → …

Deputy Editor, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2006 → …

Editor, Acta Radiologica, 2019 ->………..

Clinical advisor (unpaid), Quantib  


Research Output (293)

Individual treatment effect estimation in the presence of unobserved confounding using proxies:a cohort study in stage III non-small cell lung cancer

van Amsterdam Wouter A C, Verhoeff Joost J C, Harlianto Netanja I, Bartholomeus Gijs A, Puli Aahlad Manas, de Jong Pim A, Leiner Tim, van Lindert Anne S R, Eijkemans Marinus J C, Ranganath Rajesh 7 Apr 2022, In: Scientific Reports. 12 , p. 5848

AI-Based Quantification of Planned Radiation Therapy Dose to Cardiac Structures and Coronary Arteries in Patients With Breast Cancer

van Velzen Sanne G M, Bruns Steffen, Wolterink Jelmer M, Leiner Tim, Viergever Max A, Verkooijen Helena M, Išgum Ivana 1 Mar 2022, In: International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics. 112 , p. 611-620 10 p.

Clinically Significant Incidental Findings on CT Imaging During TAVI Work-up:A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Ko Kinsing, Zwetsloot Peter-Paul, Voskuil Michiel, Stella Pieter, Leiner Tim, Kraaijeveld Adriaan Mar 2022, In: The journal of invasive cardiology. 34 , p. E218-E225

Coronary calcium scoring potential of large field-of-view spectral photon-counting CT:a phantom study

van der Werf Niels R, Si-Mohamed S, Rodesch P A, van Hamersvelt R W, Greuter M J W, Boccalini S, Greffier J, Leiner T, Boussel L, Willemink M J, Douek P Jan 2022, In: European Radiology. 32 , p. 152-162 11 p.

The impact and challenges of implementing CTCA according to the 2019 ESC guidelines on chronic coronary syndromes:a survey and projection of CTCA services in the Netherlands

van den Boogert T P W, Claessen B E P M, Boekholdt S M, Leiner T, Vliegenthart R, Schuiling S F, Timmer J R, Bekkers S C A M, Voskuil M, Siebelink H J, van Es W, Lamb H J, Prokop M, Damman P, Stoker J, Willems H C, Henriques J P, Planken R N 18 Dec 2021, In: Insights into Imaging. 12 , p. 1-11

Closed-Loop Multiscale Computational Model of Human Blood Circulation. Applications to Ballistocardiography

Rabineau Jeremy, Nonclercq Antoine, Leiner Tim, van de Borne Philippe, Migeotte Pierre-Francois, Haut Benoit 9 Dec 2021, In: Frontiers in Physiology. 12 , p. 1-28

Evaluating a calcium-aware kernel for CT CAC scoring with varying surrounding materials and heart rates:a dynamic phantom study

van der Werf Niels R, Booij Ronald, Schmidt Bernhard, Flohr Thomas G, Leiner Tim, de Groen Joël J, Bos Daniël, Budde Ricardo P J, Willemink Martin J, Greuter Marcel J W Dec 2021, In: European Radiology. 31 , p. 9211-9220 10 p.

Evaluation of non-invasive imaging parameters in coronary microvascular disease:a systematic review

Groepenhoff F, Klaassen R G M, Valstar G B, Bots S H, Onland-Moret N C, Den Ruijter H M, Leiner T, Eikendal A L M Dec 2021, In: BMC medical imaging. 21 , p. 1-23

Bringing AI to the clinic: blueprint for a vendor-neutral AI deployment infrastructure

Leiner Tim, Bennink E, Mol Christian, Kuijf Hugo, Veldhuis WB Dec 2021, In: Insights Into Imaging [E]. 12 , p. 11

Quantitative analysis of metal artifact reduction in total hip arthroplasty using virtual monochromatic imaging and orthopedic metal artifact reduction, a phantom study

Selles Mark, Stuivenberg Vera H, Wellenberg Ruud H H, van de Riet Loes, Nijholt Ingrid M, van Osch Jochen A C, van Hamersvelt Robbert W, Leiner Tim, Boomsma Martijn F 24 Nov 2021, In: Insights into Imaging. 12

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