Camilo Campo first joined LIRP as a UW-Madison undergraduate student in 2013. After graduating in 2015, he continued on as an Associate Research Specialist for a year. During his time with LIRP, he worked on several projects spanning the areas of 4D flow MRI for portal hypertension, quantitative MRI biomarkers of hepatic steatosis and iron overload, and the validation of MR contrast agents.
In the fall of 2016, he enrolled at Harvard Medical School, where he is currently a 4th year medical student. During his time in medical school, he has continued his involvement in radiology research. He is currently working in the Division of Emergency Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, investigating the value of renal ultrasound as the initial imaging test for urolithiasis as well as projects assessing the emergency imaging applications of dual-energy CT.
This fall, he will be applying to become a resident in Diagnostic Radiology.
Schubert T, Motosugi U, Kinner S, Colgan TJ, Sharma SD, Hetzel S, Wells S, Campo CA and Reeder SB. Crossover comparison of ferumoxytol and gadobenate dimeglumine for abdominal MR-angiography at 3.0 tesla: Effects of contrast bolus length and flip angle. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2017 November;45(6):1617-1626. DOI PMID
Campo CA, Hernando D, Schubert T, Bookwalter CA, Van Pay AJ and Reeder SB. Standardized approach for ROI-based measurements of proton density fat fraction and r2 in the liver. American Journal of Roentgenology. 2017 September;209(3):592-603. DOI PMID
Frydrychowicz A, Roldan-Alzate A, Winslow E, Consigny D, Campo CA, Motosugi U, Johnson KM, Wieben O and Reeder SB. Comparison of radial 4D Flow-MRI with perivascular ultrasound to quantify blood flow in the abdomen and introduction of a porcine model of pre-hepatic portal hypertension. European Radiology. 2017 June;27(12):5316-5324. DOI PMID