Radiology Personnel

Joel Gross, M.D.

Professor
Section Chief, Emergency Radiology
Emergency Radiology

Biography

Dr. Gross is the director of emergency and trauma radiology, as well as the fellowship director. He is a UW professor in the Department of Radiology. He is an expert in imaging of trauma patients, with an interest and experience in appropriate and effective imaging, to optimize information extracted to improve patient care while minimizing time spent in imaging and radiation dose. He also has extensive expertise in the imaging of urologic trauma.

Dr. Gross earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from the University of California at San Diego, and his M.D. from the University of California at Davis. He completed an internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and his residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Following his fellowship at UW/HMC in emergency and trauma radiology in 2000-2001, he joined the section, and eventually accepted the position as director.

He is a fellow of the American Society of Emergency Radiology, where he continues to serve in multiple roles, and is board certified in diagnostic radiology.

Recent Publications

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The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma renal injury grading scale: Implications of the 2018 revisions for injury reclassification and predicting bleeding interventions
Keihani S., Rogers D.M., Putbrese B.E., Anderson R.E., Stoddard G.J., Nirula R., Luo-Owen X., Mukherjee K., Morris B.J., Majercik S., Piotrowski J., Dodgion C.M., Schwartz I., Elliott S.P., DeSoucy E.S., Zakaluzny S., Sherwood B.G., Erickson B.A., Baradaran N., Breyer B.N., Fick C.N., Smith B.P., Okafor B.U., Askari R., Miller B.D., Santucci R.A., Carrick M.M., Allen L.D., Norwood S., Hewitt T., Burks F.N., Heilbrun M.E., Gross J.A., Myers J.B.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2020 Mar:357-365

Core curriculum illustration: abdominal wood impalement injury from motor vehicle collision
Fadl S., Ehlers A., Wallace G., Gross J.
Emergency Radiology. 2020 Feb:111-113

Imaging of Pediatric Gastrointestinal Emergencies
Pathak P., Gross J., Thapa M.
Seminars in Roentgenology. 2020 Jan

Letter From Guest Editor
Gross J.A.
Seminars in Roentgenology. 2020 Jan

Re-evaluating the safety and effectiveness of the 0.9 ankle-brachial index threshold in penetrating lower extremity trauma
Hemingway J., Adjei E., Desikan S., Gross J., Tran N., Singh N., Starnes B., Quiroga E.
Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2020 Jan

CT volumetric measurements correlate with split renal function in renal trauma
Chung P.H., Gross J.A., Robinson J.D., Hagedorn J.C.
International Urology and Nephrology. 2020 Jan

Imaging of Tubes and Lines: A Pictorial Review for Emergency Radiologists
Sandstrom C.K., Obelcz Y., Gross J.A.
Seminars in Roentgenology. 2020 Jan

Operational Considerations in Emergency Radiology
Robinson J.D., Gross J.A., Cohen W.A., Linnau K.F.
Seminars in Roentgenology. 2020 Jan

Letter to the Editor: Organ injury scaling 2018 update: Spleen, liver, and kidney
Keihani S., Gross J., Myers J.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2019 Apr:998-999

Lowering the Ankle–Brachial Index Threshold in Blunt Lower Extremity Trauma May Prevent Unnecessary Imaging
Hemingway J., Adjei E., Desikan S., Gross J., Tran N., Singh N., Starnes B., Quiroga E.
Annals of Vascular Surgery. 2019 Jan