Morgan Willson

Morgan Willson

About Morgan Willson

RADIOLOGIST

SUB-SPECIALTY

Neuroradiology

EDUCATION

University of Calgary

FELLOWSHIP

Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix Arizona

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

Clinical Assistant Professor

CERTIFICATION

MD, FRCPC

Diagnostic Neuroradiology American Board of Radiology

Diagnostic Radiology American Board of Radiology

ROUNDS GROUPS

Neuro-Oncology Stroke Rounds

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Diplomat American Board of Radiology

Canadian Association of Radiologists

Alberta Society of Radiologists

Radiological Society of North America

American Society of Neuroradiolgy

Western Neuroradiological Society

RESEARCH

Goyal M. Derdeyn CP. Fiorella D. Ross J. Schaefer P. Sevick R. Tarr R. Willson MC. Wintermark M. Kallmes D. Recent endovascular trials: Implications for radiology departments, radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship training at comprehensive stroke centers.  

Willson, MC. Ross, JS. Postoperative Spine Complications. Neuroimaging Clinics of North America 2014 24(2):305-326

Wong JH. Mitha AP. Willson MC. Hudon ME. Sevick RJ. Frayne R. Assessment of brain aneurysms by using high-resolution magnetic resonance angiography after endovascular coil delivery. Journal of Neurosurgery  2007;107(2):283-289

Willson MC.  Bell EC. Dave S. Asghar SJ. McGrath B. Silverstone PH. Valproate attenuates dextroamphetamine-induced subjective changes more than lithium. European   Neuropsychopharmacology 2005:15;633-639

Willson MC.  Wilman AH. Asghar SJ. Bell EC. Silverstone PH. Dextroamphetamine causes a change in regional brain activity in vivo during cognitive tasks: A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study of blood oxygen level-dependent response. Biological Psychiatry 2004:56;284–291

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