Enduring Impact Award

Award for publications with measurable contributions that have proven, persistent impact on the field of medical image analysis and interventions. Nominations by MICCAI Board and MICCAI Society members. An award is made to a senior researcher whose work and publications have achieved one or more of the following:

  • Made an enduring mark on the field
  • Opened up new area of research
  • Provided a solution to an unsolved problem and/or significant research question
  • Produced a working system or practical implementation with high clinical impact
  • Published at MICCAI at least 5 years ago
  • Significant number of citations since publication
  • Evidence of continuing citations and/or use in practice



Jerry Prince

  • PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, Professor at John's Hopkins University since 1989
    • Associate Director for Research of the Center for Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology, a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center
    • Significant contributor to MICCAI beginning at the first MICCAI in 1998.  Some of his MICCAI papers were the launch pad for his most influential work
  • Significant roles in other academic meetings and organisations: e.g. IPMI Chair 2009, Williamsburg Virginia
  • Industry/ commercial successes: principal in a company (Diagnosoft) that has FDA approved software for HARP MRI tagging, in use clinically


Gold Sponsors

General Electric Philips
Siemens CanonMedian

Silver Sponsor

erc MedYMAMedtronic

Bronze Sponsors

Aviesan Dosi Soft IHU Strasbourg Ircad Kitware Microsoft Research