Radiology Personnel

Sudhakar Pipavath, M.D.

Professor
Director of Pulmonary Imaging
Cardiothoracic Imaging
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Biography

Dr. Pipavath is a UW professor of radiology whose clinical interests include imaging of lung diseases, including interstitial lung disease, lung cancer and acute pulmonary thromboembolism (PE).  He is director of pulmonary imaging.  He is also conducting research on utilization of digital tomosynthesis in chest, imaging of interstitial lung disease and acute PE.

Education

Institution Credential Year
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Medical education 1996
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Internship  
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Residency  
UCHSC (Thoracic Imaging Fellowship)  Fellowship  
UW – Body Imaging Fellowship Fellowship  
UW – Neuroradiology Fellowship Fellowship  
Degree Description Year
MD   1996

Board Certifications

Certification Specialty Year
American Board of Radiology Diagnostic Radiology 2010

Recent Publications (via Semantic Scholar)



Outcomes of hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) in patients with mixed response to treatment of confirmed or suspected invasive fungal infection before HCT.
E. S. Ford, E. Duke, G. Cheng, et al. - Published 2021 - TRANSPLANTATION AND CELLULAR THERAPY

Interferon-Inducible Mediators Are Associated with SARS-CoV-2 and Related Severity Amongst Critically Ill Patients Suspected of COVID-19
Eric D. Morrell, P. Bhatraju, N. Sathe, et al. - Published 2021

Comparison of Clinical Features and Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients Hospitalized with COVID-19 versus Influenza
Natalie L Cobb, N. Sathe, K. Duan, et al. - Published 2020 - ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN THORACIC SOCIETY

Identifying Key Considerations for Early Identification of Interstitial Lung Disease: A Delphi Consensus Study
G. Hunninghake, J. Goldin, M. Kadoch, et al. - Published 2020

The Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID‐19) Complicated by Pulmonary Embolism and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Ting Li, G. Cheng, S. Pipavath, et al. - Published 2020 - JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY