Research & Publications
Dr. Jeffrey C. Weinreb is Director of the MRI Service at Yale-New Haven Hospital and Professor in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the MIT, he received his MD from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He has held faculty positions at UT Southwestern Medical School, Columbia College for Physicians and Surgeons, and NYU School of Medicine, where he was Director of MRI for 15 years and led a group that pioneered the development of Body MRI.
For more than three decades, Dr. Weinreb has been an innovator in MRI. He is a leading authority on MRI contrast agents and MRI safety, and he has made seminal contributions to clinical applications of MRI in the abdomen, spine, breast, prostate, breast, vascular system, obstetrics, and gynecology. He has authored/co-authored three textbooks and more than 230 peer reviewed manuscripts, served on the editorial boards of numerous medical journals, and presented more than 1000 invited lectures throughout the world.
Dr. Weinreb was the Principal Investigator for the NCI sponsored cooperative Multicenter Study of In Vivo MR Spectroscopy for the Evaluation of Prostate Cancer, and led an international effort to develop PI-RADS (Prostate Imaging Reporting and Data System) to standardize the acquisition, interpretation, and reporting of prostate MRI. In 2018 he was one of the organizers for the NIH/NIBIB workshop on clinical manifestations of gadolinium deposition. He recently helped to develop joint ACR-National Kidney Foundation consensus recommendations for the use of intravenous contrast media in patients with renal disease.
Dr. Weinreb has had numerous leadership position in professional organizations, including Vice President of the American College of Radiology, Chairman of the ACR Forum, member of the ACR Board of Chancellors, President of the New York Roentgen Society, and President of the SCBT-MR. As Chairman of the ACR Commission on Quality and Safety and Chairman of the ACR MRI Accreditation Program, Dr. Weinreb spearheaded efforts to improve the quality of medical imaging in the United States.
He has received numerous awards, including the Gold Medal Awards in 2017 from the ACR and the in 2019 from the SCBT-MR (now called the SABI).
Education & Training
- FellowHospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (1983)
- Chief ResidentLong Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY (1982)
- ResidentLong Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY (1981)
- InternLong Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY (1979)
- MDMount Sinai School of Medicine (1978)
Honors & Recognition
|Certificate of Outstanding Contribution, ACRIN||American College of Radiology Imaging Network||2004|
|M.A. Privatim (honorary Master’s degree)||Yale University, New Haven, CT||2004|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||2003|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||2002|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||2002|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||2001|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||2001|
|Fellow||American College of Radiology||2001|
|Distinguished Committee Service Award||American College of Radiology||2001|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||2000|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||1999|
|SCBT/MR Moncada Research Award||1999|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||1998|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||1998|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||1997|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||1997|
|Giovanni Di Chiro Award for Outstanding Scientific Research||Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography||1996, 1998|
|Editor's Recognition Award with “Special Distinction”||Radiology||1996|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||1995|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||1994|
|SCBT/MR Research Cum Laude Award||1993|
|Fellow of the Society Award||Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging||1992|
|Mount Sinai-Hadassah Medical Center Exchange Program||Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY||1978|
|Indian Health Service Fellowship||1975|
|Frederick H. King Merit Scholarship Award||Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY||1974, 1978|
|Phi Beta Kappa||MIT, Cambridge, MA||1974|
|Phi Lambda Upsilon||Honorary Chemical Society, MIT||1974|
|National Science Foundation Research Fellowship||Waldemar Medical Research Foundation, Woodbury, NY||1969|