Dieter R. Enzmann
Member of Executive Board & Member of Medical Advi
United States of America
Dr. Dieter R. Enzmann, M.D serves as a Member of Executive Board & Member of Medical Advisory Board at IVDiagnostics, Inc. Dr. Enzmann serves as a Member of Editorial Board of AuntMinnie.com, Inc. He serves as a Member of Medical Advisory Board of Microfabrica Inc. Dr. Enzmann serves as Member of the Advisory Board of Global Care Quest, Inc. Dr. Enzmann serves as Chair and Professor of Radiology at the UCLA School of Medicine. Dr. Enzmann is an internationally known neuroradiology with decades of contributions to the medical imaging field. He serves at Department of Radiology, University of California and Los Angeles, CA. He is the Professor and Leo G. Rigler Chair at the Department of Radiological Sciences, David Geffen School of Medicine at University California Los Angeles, where he has responsibility for teaching, research and clinical care in one of the nation's leading medical centers. He served as a Member of Advisory Board at lifeIMAGE, Inc. until January 9, 2017. He served as Professor and Chairman of Radiology at Northwestern University Medical School and Northwestern Memorial Hospital, as well as Professor of Radiology, Director of MRI (Department of Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine), Associate Professor Radiology and Assistant Professor of Radiology at Stanford University. He continues to be an active contributor to many societies, organizations and publications because of his interest and expertise in technology trends in radiology and medicine in general. Dr. Enzmann served as a Mellon Foundation Fellow for four years. He has 2 US patents and has helped found 2 start-up companies. Dr. Enzmann, a recipient of many other honors and awards, has authored 3 books, 22 chapters and over 200 articles. His third book, Surviving In Health Care, received the American College of Physician Executive's Robert A. Henry Literary Achievement Award for its contribution to medical management. He received the American Society of Neuroradiology's Cornelius G. Dyke Award for outstanding research and was awarded 2 NIH grants for CNS research projects. Dr. Enzmann holds Bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin (Madison) and a Medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine.