Since 1990, the Dotter Institute staff has given more than 1,000 scientific presentations and lectures at local, regional, national and international meetings all over the world. Besides the United States, they lectured in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Columbia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand and Turkey. Their presentations and lectures covered a wide range of diagnostic and interventional topics.
Drs. Fred Keller, Josef Rösch and John Kaufman were keynote speakers at several national and international meetings and congresses and had several prestigious memorial and eponymous lectures. Dr. Keller presented the eponymous Felix T. Henley Lecture in 1989 at the University of Alabama, the Charles Dotter Memorial Lecture at the annual SCVIR meeting in San Diego and at the Pacific Northwest Society in 2000, the eponymous Art Hick Lecture in Glasgow, Scotland and the Tegmeyer Memorial Lecture at the ISET Symposium in 2002 in Miami, the eponymous Sanfurd Bluestein Lecture in 2003 at the University of Stanford and the eponymous Josef Roesch Lecture in 2004 at the CIRSE meeting in Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Rösch delivered the Gruntzig Memorial Lecture at the annual CIRSE meeting in 1997 in Madeira, Portugal, the Tegtmeyer Memorial Lecture at the ISET Symposium in 1999 in Miami and the eponymous Josef Rösch Lecture in 2003 at the annual CIRSE meeting in Antalya, Turkey. Dr. Kaufman presented the eponymous Josef Rösch Lecture in 2008 at the annual CIRSE meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Institute's staff members have been very active in publishing results of their basic and clinical research in scientific journals and papers in educational review journals and books. The Institute staff published 415 papers from 1990 to 2010. These include 306 scientific papers in peer review journals, 109 book chapters and educational or review articles.