Martine Remy-jardinMD, PhD
Martine Rémy-Jardin, Lille/FR was born in 1956 in Meknès, Morocco. She received her M.D. in 1981 from the Montpellier School of Medicine. From 1981 to 1986 she completed her radiologic and pneumologic residency at the University Centers of Toulouse and Lille before she obtained her Specialty Board Certification in Radiology in 1986. In the same year Dr. Rémy-Jardin moved on to the Hôpital Calmette of the University Center of Lille, as a fellow in radiology until 1989, when she became associate professor of radiology, and finally in 1991 professor of radiology. In 1998 she was promoted to her current position as head of the Department of Radiology and Chairman of the Department of Thoracic Imaging at the Hôpital Calmette of the University Center of Lille. In addition Dr. Rémy-Jardin received her Ph.D. in 1993 from the University of Lille.
Dr. Rémy-Jardin names her main fields of interest as HRCT of diffuse infiltrative lung diseases, interventional vascular procedures, cardiac and pulmonary functional imaging, and reduction in radiation dose. However, the major focus of her research lies probably in spiral CT imaging, where she covers technical developments, postprocessing techniques, and CT angiography as well as multidetector CT. Those special areas of interest make up the core of her published works, which comprise 166 peer-reviewed publications, 68 postgraduate publications, 245 scientific papers, 28 book chapters, and 4 books, of which 'CT Angiography of the Chest' is most likely the best-known.