Prof. Ruth Langer       
       
Professor, MD PhD & Chair
Department of Radiology
Phone: 971 3 7137 124
Fax: 971 3 7672067
Email: rlanger@uaeu.ac.ae


College of Medicine and Health Sciences

United Arab Emirates University
P.O.Box 17666, Al-Ain
United Arab Emirates
DegreeUniversityYear
Medical Examination (Aerztliche Pruefung)University of Cologne (Universitaet zu Koeln/ Germany)1976
ECFMGBonn - Bad Godesberg1976
Licensed physician (Approbation)Cologne1978
Postgraduate Diplomas, Certificates, and FellowshipsYear
German Board of Radiology and Radiotherapy ('Facharzt Radiologie')1983
German Board of Diagnostic Radiology ('Facharzt Diagnostische Radiologie')1991
German Subspeciality Board of Neuroradiology ('Teilgebiet Neuroradiologie')1991
Diploma as 'DEGUM examiner' (German Scientific Society of Ultrasound in Medicine)1985
German 'Habilitation' for Radiology - Free University of Berlin (Freie Universitaet Berlin)1986
State and federal license for total body and cranial Computed Tomography and MRI1990
AppointmentYear
Vice-chairman of Radiology Radiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine, University of Berlin1984-1994
Chairman of Diagnostic Radiology, University of Essen1994-1997
Medical Director of the Center of Radiology, University of Essen1995-1997
Prof. of Radiology and ADCA, FMHS-UAEU, Al Ain UAE2002-date/ 2005-date
Research Interests
1. New developments in CT and MRI, esp. new ultrafast sequences/imaging (UK Ulm, FU Berlin, UK Essen)
2. Imaging in liver transplantation and abdominal cross sectional imaging (FU Berlin, UK Essen)
3. Precinical (animal studies) and clinical contrast media research (UK Ulm, FU Berlin, UK Essen, FMHS)
4. Congenital malformations and skeletal dysplasias (FU Berlin, FMHS)<
Relevant Publications
Langer R, Langer M, Scholz A, Neuhaus P, Astinet F, Ferstl FJ, Felix R. Role of angiography and radiological interventions before and after liver transplantation. RoeFo 1991, 155, 416 (Research interest FU Berlin)

Mueller RD, Vogel K, Neumann K, Hirche H, Barkhausen J, Stoeblen F, Henrich H, Langer R. SPIO-MR imaging vs double-phase spiral CT in detection of malignant lesions of the liver. Acta Radiol 1999, 40, 628 (Research interest FU BerLin, UK Essen)

Fernandez-Cabezudo M, Petroianu G, al-Ramadi B, Langer R. Iosimenol, a new non-ionic dimeric contrast medium, does not induce immunoreactivity in the popliteal lymph node assay. Br J Radiol 2007, 80, 713 (Research interest UK Ulm, FU Berlin, UK Essen and FMHS)
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