Prof. Dr. Daniel Boll

Stv. Chefarzt Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin,
Leitung abdominelle und onkologische Diagnostik,
med. Dienstleistung,
Mitglied Tumorzentrum,

Tel.+41 61 328 63 32

Radiologie und Nuklearmedizin

Professional Training

Residency: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, USA (1999) and University Hospitals of Ulm (1999–2001, 2004–2006)

Fellowship: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA (2002–2003)

Faculty: Vice Chairman (University Hospital Basel, 2019), Professor (University Hospital Basel, 2015), Leitender Arzt (University Hospital Basel, 2015), Associate Professor w. Tenure (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2012), Medical Director (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2010), Associate Professor (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2009), Assistant Professor (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2006), Medical Instructor (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2006).

Postgraduate Education: Professor (University of Basel,2015), Tenured Associate Professor (Duke University, Durham, USA, 2012), Habilitation – Privatdozent (University of Ulm, 2006), Doctoral Thesis – Dr. med. (University of Ulm, 2001)

Leadership Training: Duke Course in Scientific Management & Leadership, Duke University, Durham, USA (2010–2011)
The Chancellor's Clinical Leadership in Academic Medicine Program, Duke University, Durham, USA (2010–2011)



  •  Books: Boll DT, Editor, Haaga’s CT and MR Imaging of the Whole Body, 6th Edition; 2016.



Bashir MR (40%), Boll DT (40%), Merkle EM (20%), Inventors. United States Patent 8,824766 B2, September 2, 2014: Systems and Methods for Automated Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Applicant: Duke University, Durham, NC, Application Number 13/756,919


Awards and Prizes

  • Research Fellow Award, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), 2002
  • Teacher of the Year Duke University Medical Center: Reed P. Rice, MD, Memorial Award, Junior Faculty Dedicated to Excellence in Resident Education, Duke University Medical Center, 2008
  • Fellow of International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine (ISMRM), 2011
  • Teacher of the Year Duke University Medical Center: Carey E. Floyd award for Physics Teaching, Duke University Medical Center, 2015




Guest Editor

Investigative Radiology (2009)