CT Spectral Course

The training is aimed at existing and future users of spectral CT who want to learn or refresh the basics and/or receive more advanced spectral CT training. Day one covers the basics, and day two will cover more advanced spectral CT. Participants will learn how to access and interpret the spectral information. Case readings will be in a hands-on fashion allowing participants to master interpretation for routine and practical clinical use. Clinical efficacy and advantages of spectral information will be demonstrated using clinical case examples from various global IQon Spectral sites. Philips Spectral CT is a disruptive new technology that allows spectral information in all patients and empowers users to utilize this technology routinely in their daily CT examinations.

Course Information


Prof Tim Leiner




Philips APAC Center

Singapore 319763


Open for Registration

Registration Fee

SGD $1,000.00 per pax

*GST included

Seats Available


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Audience: Radiologists

Facilitator: Prof. Tim Leiner

Duration & fee:

  • Basic                         1 day,   $1,000, 10.75 CME RANZCR
  • Advanced                 1 day,   $1,000, 16.75 CME RANZCR
  • Basic & Advanced   2 days, $1,500, 27.5 CME RANZCR

Accreditation:  Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR)

The price includes the training, lunch, coffee breaks and a tour throughout the Philips regional headquarters in Singapore where various (premium and working) products are displayed; it excludes transportation and accommodation.


07:30 am

About Speaker

Prof Tim Leiner

Founder Quantib-U and Clinical Lead

Tim Leiner is a full professor at Utrecht University Medical Center and holds the Chair of Cardiovascular Radiology. He is Clinical Lead of Quantib-U. His research interests center around the development of new imaging techniques including machine learning methods for earlier and better detection and characterization of cardiovascular disease.

He has published over 300 original papers, review articles and book chapters in these areas and is editor of several electronic radiology textbooks. Dr. Leiner is a fellow of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), the Society for Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) and the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR). He is a past president of the Society for Magnetic Resonance Angiography and will serve as President of the ISMRM from 2020-21.

In his spare time Tim likes to read, walk his Basset hound Mycroft and to come up with the perfect food/wine pairing.