Matthew S. Davenport, MD

Dr. Davenport is an internationally recognized expert on the safety and efficacy of radiographic contrast material. He serves on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Medical Imaging Drugs Advisory Committee, the National Cancer Institute Clinical Imaging Steering Committee, and the American College of Radiology's Committee on Drugs on Contrast Media. He has numerous national responsibilities, is a co-author on national policy statements, has published over 80 manuscripts, is chair of the Michigan Radiology Quality Collaborative, is Associate Chair for Quality and Director of Body MRI at the University of Michigan, and is a funded investigator. He is an Associate Professor of Radiology and Urology. His primary clinical interests include prostate MRI, urologic imaging, hepatobiliary imaging, quality improvement, and image-guided procedures.

2017 Presentations & Workshops 

The Business Case For Minimizing Injected Contrast Volume
Sunday | 14:00-14:10
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Evidence Base On Use Of Epinephrine By Radiologists
Sunday | 14:40-14:50
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Debate: For Or Against Pre-medication Of High Risk In Patients & ED Patients Remaining Standard Of Care
Sunday | 14:50-15:10
Track 1 | Cutting Edge Mini-Symposia

Fundamental Principles, Safety Profiles & Dosing Decisions
Monday | 10:15-10:30
Track 2 | CT Academy

Specialty Situations
Monday | 10:30-10:45
Track 2 | CT Academy

Monday | 13:30-14:00
Track 3 | Readout With The Professor

  Assistant Professor | University of Michigan Health Center

Assistant Professor | University of Michigan Health Center

2016 Presentations & Workshops

Session: Contrast Enhancement | Tuesday June 21st, 2016

  • CIN: Data and Policy
  • Who Needs a Steroid Prep? (if anyone)

Session: Renal and Adrenal | Tuesday June 21st, 2016

  • Consensus CT Reporting Standards for Renal Masses
  • Debate Rebuttal

Session: Practice Management & Information | Thursday June 23rd, 2016

  • Advanced CT Communication with Acute Care Surgeons