Patrick Veit-Haibach, MD
- Deputy Chief / PMD (UHN sites)
- Division Head, Abdominal
Patrick Veit-Haibach is a dual-certified Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician currently serving as the Deputy Radiologist-in-Chief, as the Division Head Abdominal Imaging as well as Director of the PET/MR program at the Joint Department Medical Imaging (JDMI), Toronto, Canada. He is Full Professor of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the Department Medical Imaging at UoT. He completed his training in radiology and nuclear medicine in Germany and in Switzerland. Before joining the JDMI in 2017, he served as the head of the PET/CT-MRI section at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.
His research interests and other academic activities focus currently on the development of Theranostics at UHN, on multi-modality molecular imaging strategies, particularly combined PET/MRI and PET/CT, perfusion- and hypoxia-imaging. Current projects involve clinical and preclinical molecular imaging and therapy research in esophago-gastric cancer, breast cancer, HCC, sarcoma, ENT cancer and lymphoma as well as technical evaluations in hybrid imaging.