Marta E. Heilbrun, MD
- Models, Statistical
- Health Care Outcomes Associated with Different Patterns of Health Care Utilization
- Genitourinary malignancies
- Health Services
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Outcome Measures in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
- Carcinoma, Renal Cell
- Decision tools in radiology
- Prostate Cancer
- Departments: Biomedical Informatics - Adjunct Associate Professor, Surgery - Adjunct Associate Professor
- Divisions: Urology
- Cancer Center Programs: Experimental Therapeutics
- American Board of Radiology (Radiology)
Academic Office Information
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Marta Heilbrun, MD, is an associate professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Utah and a member of the Experimental Therapeutics Program. She is the Program Director for the Diagnostic Radiology Residency. Her clinical expertise is in abdominal imaging with an emphasis in imaging the genitourinary tract. Her research is in identifying the impact of imaging on patient outcomes through data-mining, natural language processing, and cost-effective analysis. Locally she is involved in research in prostate imaging and pelvic organ prolapse with advanced MRI techniques. Heilbrun received a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College, Massachusetts, and a medical degree from the University of Utah. She completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Wake Forest University/North Carolina Baptist hospital in 2006, and an Abdominal imaging fellowship at the University of Utah in 2007.
|Graduate Training||University of Utah
|Fellowship||University of Utah School of Medicine
|Residency||Wake Forest University School of Medicine
|Internship||Stanford University Medical Center
|Professional Medical||University of Utah School of Medicine
|Graduate Training||University of Utah
Interdisciplinary Sciences/Medical Anthropology
- Sarma A, Heilbrun ME, Conner KE, Stevens SM, Woller SC, Elliott CG (2012). Radiation and chest CT scan examinations: what do we know? Chest, 142(3), 750-60.
- Heilbrun ME, Yu J, Smith KJ, Dechet CB, Zagoria RJ, Roberts MS (2012). The cost-effectiveness of immediate treatment, percutaneous biopsy and active surveillance for the diagnosis of the small solid renal mass: evidence from a Markov model. J Urol, 187(1), 39-43.
- Hoyte L, Ye W, Brubaker L, Fielding JR, Lockhart ME, Heilbrun ME, Brown MB, Warfield SK (2011). Segmentations of MRI images of the female pelvic floor: a study of inter- and intra-reader reliability. J Magn Reson Imaging, 33(3), 684-91.
- Heilbrun ME, Zagoria RJ, Garvin AJ, Hall MC, Krehbiel K, Southwick A, Clark PE (2007). CT-guided biopsy for the diagnosis of renal tumors before treatment with percutaneous ablation. AJR Am J Roentgenol, 188(6), 1500-5.
- Heilbrun ME, Chew FS, Tansavatdi KR, Tooze JA (2005). The role of negative CT of the abdomen and pelvis in the decision to admit adults from the emergency department after blunt trauma. J Am Coll Radiol, 2(11), 889-95.
- Shaaban AS, Heilbrun ME, Blodgett T (2010). Specialty Imaging: Genitourinary Oncology. Salt Lake City: Amirsys Inc.
- Wunderlich A, Noo F, Heilbrun M (2013). Exact confidence intervals for channelized Hotelling observer performance. In Abbey CK; Mello-Thoms CR (Ed.), Medical Imaging 2013: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, Lake Buena Vista, Florida: Published in Proceedings of SPIE: Volume, 8673.
- Wunderlich A, Noo F, Heilbrun M (2012). New results for efficient estimation of CHO performance. In Noo F (Ed.), Second International Conference on Image Formation in X-ray Computed Tomography, Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 153-6.
- Lins L, Heilbrun M, Freire J, Silva C (2011). VisCareTrails: Visualizing Trails in the Electronic Health Record with Timed Word Trees, a Pancreas Cancer Use Case. Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare: Understanding the Physician Perspective in conjunction with VisWeek 2011, Providence, RI: IEEE.
- Relyea-Chew A, Chew FS, Cline DM, Heilbrun ME (2005). Radiology of go-cart injuries in children. Electronic scientific poster presented at RSNA 91st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL [Abstract].