Sven Paulin, MD, PhD
Senior Radiologist, Cardiothoracic Imaging and Musculoskeletal Imaging
Miriam H. Stoneman, Professor of Radiology (Emeritus), Harvard Medical School
Graduate of the University of Mainz, Germany in 1951 with a Doctor of Medicine degree. Received the degree of Medical License from the Karolinska Institute of the University of Stockholm, Sweden, in 1958 and the degree of Medicine Doctor (equivalent to Ph.D.) from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1965. Internship in Pediatric Cardiology in 1952, Resident in Radiology at Karolinska Hospital Stockholm and other rotations at local hospitals from 1952-1958. Junior Staff Radiologist, Thorax Clinic, Stockholm, Sweden, 1958-1959. Staff Radiologist Sahlgrens Hospital, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 1960-1962. Associate Chief Radiologist and Director of Angiography, Sahlgrens Hospital, 1962-1969. Visiting Professor of Radiology: Shanks Hospital/University of Florida, 1966; Stanford University, 1966-1967; and PBBH Harvard Medical School, 1969. Radiologist-in-Chief, Beth Israel Hospital, 1970-1994. Professor of Radiology (AFT) Harvard Medical School, 1970-1983. Miriam H. Stoneman Professor at Harvard Medical School, 1983-1994. Professor Emeritus 1994-present. Past President of Society of Cardiac Angiography, 1981-1982; North American Society for Cardiac Radiology, 1983-1984. Major accomplishments and interests: development of coronary angiography, computer analysis of angiographic images, catheter thrombogenicity and research, contrast toxicity, development of phlebography, MRI of the coronary circulation, and teaching in cardiac radiology.