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Edward P. Quigley, M.D., Ph.D.

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(801) 581-7840 University Hospital
Radiology
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
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Bio

Edward P. Quigley III, MD, PhD centers his research on improving detection, characterization, and the treatment of neurologic and neurosurgical diseases through advanced imaging.

Disease processes studied by Dr. Quigley include multiple sclerosis, stroke, neoplasm, epilepsy imaging, dementia and aging brain, vascular anomalies and aneurysm.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Radiology - Associate Professor (Clinical)
Academic Divisions Clinical Radiology
Board Certification American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
American Board of Radiology (Neuroradiology)

Academic Profile

Research Interests

  • Perfusion
  • Cranial Nerve Diseases
  • Diffusion Tensor Imaging
  • Epilepsy
  • Demyelinating Diseases

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Radiology - Associate Professor (Clinical)
Academic Divisions Clinical Radiology
Board Certification American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
American Board of Radiology (Neuroradiology)

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
School of Medicine
Radiology
30 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

Edward P. Quigley III, MD, PhD centers his research on improving detection, characterization, and the treatment of neurologic and neurosurgical diseases through advanced imaging. Disease processes studied by Dr. Quigley include multiple sclerosis, stroke, neoplasm, epilepsy imaging, dementia and aging brain, vascular anomalies and aneurysm.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship University of Utah, Department of Radiology
Neuroradiology
Fellow
Fellowship University of Utah School of Medicine
Neuroradiology
Fellow
Residency University of Utah School of Medicine
Diagnostic Radiology
Resident
Internship Resurrection Medical Center
Transitional Program
Intern
Professional Medical Loyola University of Chicago
Medicine
M.D.
Doctoral Training Loyola University Medical Center
Neuroscience
Ph.D.
Undergraduate Loyola University
Chemistry
B.A.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Besachio DA, Quigley EP 3rd, Shah LM, Salzman KL (May 2013).

    Noncontrast computed tomographic Hounsfield unit evaluation of cerebral venous thrombosis: a quantitative evaluation.

    . Neuroradiology.
  2. Besachio D, Quigley E 3rd, Orlandi R, Harnsberger H, Wiggins R 3rd (01/01/2013). Myxoma of the vomer bone. Journal of Radiology Case Reports, 7(1), 12-17.
  3. The next wave: confexting.Shah LM, Quigley EP, Wiggins R (2012). The next wave: confexting. J Digit Imaging, 25(1), 25-9.
  4. Robb P Merrill1, J Rock Hadley1, Emilee Minalga, Eugene G Kholmovski, Sathya Vijayakumar, Seong-Eun Kim, Edward P Quigley, Dennis L Parker, John W Rose (07/24/2012). A 28-channel coil array for improved imaging of the optic nerve. Concepts Magn Reson B Magn Reson Eng, 41B(3).
  5. Julie B Shelton, Judith E A Warner, Kathleen B Digre, Bradley J Katz, Edward P Quigley (06/01/2012). Chiasmal stroke in patient with atrial fibrillation and complete occlusion of right internal carotid artery. J Neuroophthalmol, 32(2), 189.
  6. Lazzaro, NA, Wright, B, Castillo, M, Fischbein, NJ, Glastonbury, CM, Hildenbrand, PG, Wiggins, RH, Quigley, EP, Osborn, AG (3/18/2010). Artery of Percheron Infarction: Imaging Patterns and Clinical Spectrum. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol, 2010, A2044.
  7. RP Nguyen, LM Shah, EP Quigley, HR Harnsberger and RH Wiggins (10/2010). Carotid Body Detection on CT Angiography. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol, 2011(32), 1096-99.
  8. Quigley EP Osborn A (2011). imaging of anterior visual pathway ischemia: state of the art and future directions. J Neuroophthalmol, 30(3), 213-5.
  9. Covalently linked gramicidin channels: effects of linker hydrophobicity and alkaline metals on different stereoisomers.Armstrong KM, Quigley EP, Quigley P, Crumrine DS, Cukierman S (2001). Covalently linked gramicidin channels: effects of linker hydrophobicity and alkaline metals on different stereoisomers. Biophys J, 80(4), 1810-8.
  10. Gating and permeation in ion channels formed by gramicidin A and its dioxolane-linked dimer in Na(+) and Cs(+) solutions.Quigley EP, Crumrine DS, Cukierman S (2000). Gating and permeation in ion channels formed by gramicidin A and its dioxolane-linked dimer in Na(+) and Cs(+) solutions. J Membr Biol, 174(3), 207-12.
  11. The conduction of protons in different stereoisomers of dioxolane-linked gramicidin A channelsQuigley EP, Quigley P, Crumrine DS, Cukierman S (1999). The conduction of protons in different stereoisomers of dioxolane-linked gramicidin A channels. Biophys J, 77(5), 2479-91.
  12. Attenuation of proton currents by methanol in a dioxolane-linked gramicidin A channel in different lipid bilayers.Quigley EP, Emerick AJ, Crumrine DS, Cukierman S (1998). Attenuation of proton currents by methanol in a dioxolane-linked gramicidin A channel in different lipid bilayers. Biophys J, 75(6), 2811-20.
  13. Proton conduction in gramicidin A and in its dioxolane-linked dimer in different lipid bilayers.Cukierman S, Quigley EP, Crumrine DS (1997). Proton conduction in gramicidin A and in its dioxolane-linked dimer in different lipid bilayers. Biophys J, 73(5), 2489-502.

Book Chapter

  1. Anne G Osborn, A James Barkovich, Karen L Salzman, Edward P Quigley et al (07/01/2010).

    Diagnostic Imaging: Brain 2nd Edition: multiple chapters including:

    Acute Ischemia: MCA

    Acute Ischemia: Top of the Basilar

    Acute Ischemia: PICA

    Acute Ischemia: SCA

    Acute Ischemia: Basilar

    Acute Ischemia: Posterior Choroidal

    Acute Ischemia: ACA

    Acute Ischemia: PCA. In Osborn A, Barkovich J, Salzman K (Ed.), Diagnostic Imaging: Brain 2nd Edition (2nd). Amirsys.

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