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Matthew Barish Radiologist, Vice-Chair of Radiology Informatics, Associate Professor of Radiology, Division Co-Chief of Abdominal Imaging, Director of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Radiology School of Medicine

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120 Health Sciences Center

Stony Brook, 11794



Matthew Barish’s areas of major research include virtual colonoscopy, 3D imaging, tumor metric core, MR imaging of the bile ducts, MR cholangiopancreatography of the biliary ducts, MR of the pancreatic duct and abdominal imaging, predictors of prostate carcinoma, accuracy of gray-scale and color doppler US and serum markers. His clinical responsibilities include interpretation of plain films, fluoroscopy, computer tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET/CT), virtual colonoscopy, ultrasound (US), and emergency radiology.


  • Fellowship, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • Residency, Boston Medical Center
  • MD, Boston University School of Medicine

Research Grants

Award Start End Sponsor Type Amount Status
American College of Radiology Imaging Network (ACRIN) Participant Institution Agreement 2012-07-16T00:00:00 2013-12-31T00:00:00 American College of Radiology Nonfederal 2450 Closed


  1. Author Article Neuro-Oncology Stem Cells 2010 12
  2. Author Article Neuro-Oncology Angiogenesis and Invasion 2010 12
  3. Author Article Neuro-Oncology Cell Biology and Signaling 2010 12
  4. Author Article Neuro-Oncology Radiology 2010 12
  5. Author Article Medical Physics Increasing computer-aided detection specificity by projection features for CT colonography 2010 37 4 1468
  6. Author Article Journal of the American College of Radiology ACR Colon Cancer Committee White Paper: Status of CT Colonography 2009 2009 6 11 756 - 772
  7. Author Article Gastroenterology Standards for Gastroenterologists for Performing and Interpreting Diagnostic Computed Tomographic Colonography 2007 133 3 1005 - 1024
  8. Author Article Radiology CT Colonography Reporting and Data System: A Consensus Proposal 2005 236 1 3 - 9
  9. Author Article Radiology Reader Training in CT Colonography: How Much Is Enough? 2005 237 1 26 - 27


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