Radiology Personnel

Charles Colip, M.D.

Assistant Professor


Dr. Colip is a neuroradiologist who provides diagnostic imaging and procedure services at the University of Washington Medical Center campuses and Harborview Medical Center. His academic interests and research focuses include spine, head and neck, cerebrovascular and brain tumor imaging using various CT and MRI techniques.


Residency: Boston University Medical Center (Boston, MA)

MD: Temple University School of Medicine (Philadelphia, PA)

Recent Publications

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Updates in the Neuoroimaging and WHO Classification of Primary CNS Gliomas: A Review of Current Terminology, Diagnosis, and Clinical Relevance From a Radiologic Prospective
Colip C., Oztek M., Lo S., Yuh W., Fink J.
Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2019 Apr:73-84

Advanced Neuroimaging for Advanced Radiation Therapy
Mayr N., Lo S., Oztek M., Colip C., Yuh W.
Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2019 Apr:35-36

Emergent spinal MRI in IVDU patients presenting with back pain: do we need an MRI in every case?
Colip C., Lotfi M., Buch K., Holalkere N., Setty B.
Emergency Radiology. 2018 Jun:247-256

Extremity CTA for penetrating trauma: 10-year experience using a 64-detector row CT scanner
Colip C., Gorantla V., LeBedis C., Soto J., Anderson S.
Emergency Radiology. 2017 Jun:223-232

MR in the small bowel: Applications, techniques, and imaging findings
Melamud K., Colip C., Soto J.
Applied Radiology. 2016 Jan:24-30