Last Name

Mark Supanich

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentDiagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Address1750 W. Harrison St.
Chicago IL 60612
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    I am the head of division for Diagnostic Medical Physics in the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Rush University Medical Center. I have extensive experience in computed tomography imaging operation, image quality and radiation dose assessment. I chair or co-chair several committees related to CT in my professional organization. I am actively involved in clinical research on a number of quantitative imaging topics, including a pilot project on lung nodule volumetry with a collaborator the University of Chicago.

    My ORCID is 0000-0001-9514-9390
    My Scopus ID is 24173650900

    B.S. 2001 University of Wisconsin – Madison (Physics, Astrophysics)
    Ph.D. 2009 University of Wisconsin – Madison (Medical Physics)
    Residency 2011 Henry Ford Health System (Diagnostic Medical Physics)

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    1. Gavrielides MA, Berman BP, Supanich M, Schultz K, Li Q, Petrick N, Zeng R, Siegelman J. Quantitative assessment of nonsolid pulmonary nodule volume with computed tomography in a phantom study. Quant Imaging Med Surg. 2017 Dec; 7(6):623-635. PMID: 29312867.
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    2. Gress DA, Dickinson RL, Erwin WD, Jordan DW, Kobistek RJ, Stevens DM, Supanich MP, Wang J, Fairobent LA. AAPM medical physics practice guideline 6.a.: Performance characteristics of radiation dose index monitoring systems. J Appl Clin Med Phys. 2017 Jul; 18(4):12-22. PMID: 28497529.
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    3. Siegelman JW, Supanich MP, Gavrielides MA. Pulmonary nodules with ground-glass opacity can be reliably measured with low-dose techniques regardless of iterative reconstruction: results of a phantom study. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2015 Jun; 204(6):1242-7. PMID: 26001234.
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    4. McCollough C, Bakalyar DM, Bostani M, Brady S, Boedeker K, Boone JM, Chen-Mayer HH, Christianson OI, Leng S, Li B, McNitt-Gray MF, Nilsen RA, Supanich MP, Wang J. Use of Water Equivalent Diameter for Calculating Patient Size and Size-Specific Dose Estimates (SSDE) in CT: The Report of AAPM Task Group 220. AAPM Rep. 2014 Sep; 2014:6-23. PMID: 27546949.
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    5. Astani SA, Davis LC, Harkness BA, Supanich MP, Dalal I. Detection of pulmonary embolism during pregnancy: comparing radiation doses of CTPA and pulmonary scintigraphy. Nucl Med Commun. 2014 Jul; 35(7):704-11. PMID: 24743314.
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    6. Supanich M, Tao Y, Nett B, Pulfer K, Hsieh J, Turski P, Mistretta C, Rowley H, Chen GH. Radiation dose reduction in time-resolved CT angiography using highly constrained back projection reconstruction. Phys Med Biol. 2009 Jul 21; 54(14):4575-93. PMID: 19567941; PMCID: PMC2931802.
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