UW Radiology

About Dr. Rohrmann

Dr. Rohrmann is a UW professor of radiology whose clinical interests include imaging of the abdomen and gastrointestinal tract, including the biliary and pancreatic duct systems

A transformational educator and gastrointestinal radiologist, Dr. Rohrmann is as respected by his colleagues as he is beloved by his trainees. Dr. Rohrmann, who has been on faculty at UW Medicine since 1975, has served as director or associate director of the Department of Radiology’s residency program for almost 30 years, and he is responsible for establishing and upholding the high standards the program maintains today. Dr. Rohrmann is the first to appreciate that medicine changes at a rapid rate, and the methods of resident medical education must change, too. This endowment ensures that residents in the Department of Radiology have access to the leading-edge educational techniques, advanced learning technologies and professional development opportunities that will best prepare them for the future.

Personal Interests

I enjoy woodworking, classical music, and maintaining our hundred-year old house and garden.

Clinical Interests

Radiologic imaging of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems

Research Interests

Radiologic imaging of intestinal motility disorders, radiologic-pathologic correlations of gastrointestinal diseases and radiologic imaging of the pancreatic and biliary duct systems

Other Contributors:

Dr. Shuman

Dr. Paladin