Val Murray Runge, MD

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Name                                      Val Murray Runge, MD

Education
1978                B.S.     Stanford University (Chemistry, with honors)
1982                M.D.    Stanford Medical School
1985                Diagnostic Radiology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Faculty  Positions
1986-1988       Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
1988-1990       Associate Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
1990-2001       Rosenbaum Endowed Professor, University of Kentucky
2002-2010       Centennial Endowed Professor, Texas A&M
2010-2012       John Sealy Distinguished Chair, UTMB
2012-2013       Sabbatical, UTMB
2013-current    Visiting Professor, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland

Clinical Positions
Fellowship Director (Tufts, Kentucky, A&M)
MR Division Chief (Tufts, Kentucky)
Center of Excellence Director (MRISC – Kentucky)

Honors
Phi Beta Kappa
Dyke Memorial Award, American Society of Neuroradiology
Harry Fisher Award, Contrast Media Research Society
Who’s Who in America, 2009-2014

Publications:
Medical Texts – Editor for fourteen medical texts (most recent four listed):
Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging
(Saunders 2002, Polish edition – 2007),

The Physics of Clinical MR Taught Through Images
(Thieme 2005 – 1st edition, German edition – 2007, Turkish edition – 2008,
2nd edition – 2009, German 2nd edition – 2011, 3rd edition in press),

Clinical 3 T Magnetic Resonance
(Thieme, 2007),
Essentials of Clinical MR
(Thieme 2011, German edition – 2011, Chinese edition – 2012, Turkish edition – 2013);
Original Research – > 200 publications in high profile medical journals including Radiology,
Investigative Radiology, American Journal of Roentgenology, American Journal of Neuroradiology,
European Radiology, Blood
and Circulation

Presentations:
> 700 scientific and invited presentations at national/international meetings and
medical schools across North America, Europe, Australia, Japan, S. Korea and China

Other Activities:
Editor-in-Chief:  Investigative Radiology (since 1994) – 5.460 Impact Factor (2012),
the second highest ranked general diagnostic radiology journal (ISI)
Editorial Boards:  Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (since inception, 1991),
Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (since inception, 1988)

Patents: Inventor on U.S. Patent #4615879 (Particulate NMR Contrast Agents)
FDA Clinical Trials: Principal investigator for > 20 phase II and III studies
Grant Support: Principal investigator (career) for grants totaling > $4 M