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  • Associate professor

    Max Rady College of Medicine
    Radiology
    Section: Diagnostic Radiology
    University of Manitoba
    Room O2055 – St-Boniface General Hospital
    409 Tache Avenue
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 2A6

    Phone: 204-237-2526
    iain.kirkpatrick@umanitoba.ca
    @CTMRIGuy

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Research summary

Dr. Kirkpatrick has authored several papers on CT of the bowel, including the most comprehensive clinical studies available on CT for C. difficile colitis and gastrointestinal complications of neutropenia. He was the first to describe and popularize the use of multiphasic CT scanning for the diagnosis of acute mesenteric ischemia, using both a CT angiogram with venous-phase imaging to improve early detection of the disease.  This remains a strong research interest. Dr. Kirkpatrick also authors clinical research on cardiac and renal CT/MR.

More recent research has been focused on the development of national clinical practice guidelines in affiliation with the Canadian Association of Radiology.

Biography

Dr. Kirkpatrick completed his medical degree and residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Manitoba. He completed a fellowship in abdominal radiology at Stanford University, where he also received training in cardiovascular CT/MR. After returning to UM, he remained on staff at Stanford as an adjunct clinical instructor until 2012. Dr. Kirkpatrick’s clinical practice consists of both abdominal and cardiovascular radiology. In Manitoba, Dr. Kirkpatrick developed the provincial cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, prostate MRI and CT colonography clinical programs. He has served as university section head of abdominal radiology since 2015 and is the director of computed tomography, radiography and interventional radiology at St-Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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