Radiology Personnel

Martin Gunn, M.B.Ch.B., FRANZCR

Medical Director of Informatics
Body Imaging


Dr. Gunn is a professor of Radiology and the Medical Director of Informatics at the University of Washington. His areas of clinical and research interests include imaging of high-energy trauma, non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, new CT technologies, radiation dose reduction, CT/MRI contrast materials, and the use of text mining, machine learning and data analytics to improve the quality and efficiency of radiology services.

Recent Publications

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CT angiography in the emergency department: Maximizing contrast enhancement and image quality while minimizing radiation dose and contrast material volume
Clark T., Gunn M.
Radiographics. 2017 Jul:1304-1305

Role of CT in the diagnosis of nonspecific abdominal pain: A multicenter analysis
Eisenberg J., Reisner A., Binder W., Zaheer A., Gunn M., Linnau K., Miller C., Tramontano A., Herring M., Dowling E., Halpern E., Donelan K., Gazelle G., Pandharipande P.
American Journal of Roentgenology. 2017 Mar:570-576

A report on the Academic Emergency Medicine 2015 consensus conference “Diagnostic imaging in the emergency department: a research agenda to optimize utilization”
Gunn M., Marin J., Mills A., Chong S., Froemming A., Johnson J., Kumaravel M., Sodickson A.
Emergency Radiology. 2016 Aug:383-396

Call for a new classification system and treatment strategy in blunt aortic injury
Heneghan R., Aarabi S., Quiroga E., Gunn M., Singh N., Starnes B.
Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2016 Jul:171-176

The effect of trauma backboards on computed tomography radiation dose
Lee A., Elojeimy S., Kanal K., Linnau K., Gunn M.
Clinical Radiology. 2016 May:499e1-499e8

Incidence and Risk Factors for Postcontrast Acute Kidney Injury in Survivors of Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Petek B., Bravo P., Kim F., De Boer I., Kudenchuk P., Shuman W., Gunn M., Carlbom D., Gill E., Maynard C., Branch K.
Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Apr:469-476.e1

CT in the emergency department: A real-time study of changes in physician decision making
Pandharipande P., Reisner A., Binder W., Zaheer A., Gunn M., Linnau K., Miller C., Avery L., Herring M., Tramontano A., Dowlingdmhs E., Abujudeh H., Eisenberg J., Halpern E., Donelan K., Gazelle G.
Radiology. 2016 Mar:812-821

Comparative effectiveness research: Alternatives to “traditional” computed tomography use in the acute care setting
Moore C., Broder J., Gunn M., Bhargavan-Chatfield M., Cody D., Cullison K., Daniels B., Gans B., Kennedy Hall M., Gaines B., Goldman S., Heil J., Liu R., Marin J., Melnick E., Novelline R., Pare J., Repplinger M., Taylor R., Sodickson A.
Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015 Dec:1465-1473

Subperitoneal extension of disease processes between the chest, abdomen, and the pelvis
Osman S., Moshiri M., Robinson T., Gunn M., Lehnert B., Sundarkumar D., Katz D.
Abdominal Imaging. 2015 Aug:1858-1870

Enhancement of the pulmonary arteries and thoracic aorta: comparison of a biphasic contrast injection and fixed delay protocol with a monophasic injection and a timing bolus protocol
Cornea A., McCullough B., Mitsumori L., Gunn M.
Emergency Radiology. 2015 Jun:231-237