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As vice chair of clinical research in the Department of Radiology, Dr. Andronikou oversees a growing translational and clinical research program that is broadly related to and impacts nearly every pediatric subspecialty. This program includes interventional radiology, cardiovascular, lymphatic imaging, pulmonary imaging, and oncology, among many others.
Dr. Andronikou joined CHOP in 2018 as the vice chair of clinical research in the Department of Radiology, which has a flourishing research program that uses state-of-the-art technologies to disseminate innovate work in imaging for infants, children, and pregnant women.
In his role as vice chair, Dr. Andronikou helps oversee a growing translational and clinical research program in the department that is broadly related to and impacts nearly every pediatric subspecialty, and includes interventional radiology, cardiovascular, lymphatic imaging, pulmonary imaging, and oncology, among many others.
Dr. Andronikou serves as a critical leader the department while maintaining his own robust research program. In addition to earning two PhDs and acquiring extensive experience in both pediatric body imaging and pediatric neuroradiology training, he has contributed to more than 270 publications, written 6 books, and has vast experience in the organization of dedicated pediatric radiology research infrastructure and support.
He works closely with Timothy Roberts, PhD, vice chair for imaging research, to advance translational research by creating strong and seamless collaborations with PhD scientists in the department. In addition, Dr. Andronikou provides key support for the department’s overall research strategy, and has specific responsibility for the newly created Radiology Research Core.
Education and Training
MBBCh, University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, 1991
Fellowship, Colleges of Medicine of South Africa, 1998
Fellowship, Royal College of Radiologists, 2000
PhD, University of Cape Town (Radiology), 2005
PhD, University of the Witwatersrand (Radiology), 2015
Titles and Academic Titles
Vice Chair of Clinical Research, Department of Radiology
Director, Section of Pulmonary Imaging
John W. Hope Endowed Chair for Faculty Development
Professor of Radiology
Colleges of Medicine of South Africa, 1998-
European Society of Pediatric Radiology, 2001-
Radiologic Society of North America, 2006-
Radiological Society of South Africa, 2007-
South African Society of Pediatric Imaging, 2010-
World Federation of Pediatric Imaging, 2011-
African Society of Paediatric Imaging, 2012-
Society of Pediatric Radiology, 2013-
British Society of Pediatric Radiology, 2015-
Derek Harwood-Nash Neuroradiology Scholarship, Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 2001
Rotary Association Award, UNESCO Research Project on Violence, 2001
Maurice Weinbren Award, College of Radiologists of South Africa, 2001, 2002
Stellenbosch University Academic Day August 2006, Winner of Radiation Session, 2006
Rector's Award for Outstanding Research, University of Stellenbosch, 2007
Radiologic Society of North America Derek Harwood Nash Fellow, Columbia University Medical Centre, 2007
Gold Regional Award, National Science Expo, 2008
International Pediatric Radiology Olympics Quiz Winners, International Pediatric Radiology (IPR), 2011
Research Award, University of the Witwatersrand Faculty of Health Sciences, 2012
Radiological Society of South Africa (RSSA) Poster Award, Second Prize, 2015
Royal College of Radiologists Traveling Roentgen Professor, 2016
Radiological Society of South Africa (RSSA) Poster Award, Third Prize, 2016