Matthew Omojola, MB, FRCPC

Professor of Radiology

Education

  • MD: University of Ibadan; Ibadan, Nigeria
  • Residency: University College Hospital; Ibadan, Nigeria
  • Residency: McMaster Univ Medical Center; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  • Fellowship: University of Western Ontario, University Hospital; London, Ontario, Canada

Certifications:

  • ECFMG Certificate
  • American Board of Radiology
  • FRCPC - Fellow, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada
  • FWACS - Fellow, West African College of Surgeons

Research Interests:

  • Neuroradiology
  • Imaging of Neurovascular diseases
  • Stroke and stroke-like disorders
  • Spine and spinal cord disorders

Major Accomplishments:

  • Author in 40 publications, 23 abstracts, 10 poster presentations and 38 lectures and scientific presentations
  • Senior Member American Society of Neuroradiology
  • Serving on committees of American Roentgen Ray Society and the American Society of Neuroradiology
  • Manuscript peer reviewer American Journal of Neuroradiology
  • CT and MR Imaging of the Tiger 
  • ASNR 2010 meeting Summa Cum Laude Award for scientific exhibit:  Compact white matter pathways: correlation of T2-weighted imaging with diffusion-tensor imaging tractography.  Matthew L. White, MD, Yan Zhang, MD, Jason T. Helvey, MD, David M. Penn, MD, David P. Poage, MD, Matthew F. Omojola, MD

Publications:

  1. Kobor J, Javaid A, Omojola M. Cerebellar hypoperfusion in infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy. Pediatr Neurol. 2005;32:137-39.
  2. Ionete C, Omojola MF. MR angiographic demonstration of bilateral duplication of the extracranial vertebral artery: unusual course and review of the literature. American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) 2006; 27(6): 1304-6.
  3. Repertinger S, Fitzgibbons WP, Omojola MF, Brumback RA. Long survival following bacterial meningitis-associated brain destruction. J Child Neurol; 2006;21:591-5.
  4. DeCesare B, Omojola MF, Fogarty EF, Brown JC, Taylon C. Spontaneous thrombosis of congenital arteriovenous malformation complicated by subdural collection; in utero detection with disappearance in infancy. British Journal of Radiology. BJR. 2006;79:e140-e144.
  5. Tran TP, Meyer-Reed E, Lambrecht JE, McClay JC, Hahn F, Omojola MF, Incidence, Radiological features and Proposed Mechanism for Pneumocephalus from Intravenous Injection.   West J Emerg Med. 2010; 11(2):180-185.

Matthew Omojola, MB, FRCPC  

402-559-4812 (Department)
402-559-4808 (Fax)
momojola@unmc.edu

Specialty:   Neuroradiology

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