Matthew S. Johnson, M.D., FSIR, is the Director of Interventional Oncology at IU Health and Professor of Radiology and Surgery at IU School of Medicine. He also has appointments as Gary J. Becker Professor of Radiology Research, Director of Clinical Research in the Department of Radiology and Professor in the Department of Surgery at IU School of Medicine. His areas of interest include treatment of primary and secondary liver tumors; radioembolization and other locoregional therapies; treatment assessment and validation; imaging response (CT, MR, PET) versus survival benefit; histologic basis of treatment response; and therapeutic synergies.
Dr. Johnson graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School, completed his Radiology Residency at Loyola University in Chicago and his Fellowship in Interventional Radiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Johnson is on the Executive Council for the Society of Interventional Radiology and currently serves as Treasurer. He is co-primary investigator of the PRESERVE trial of IVC filters which has enrolled subjects in 47 active centers around the US.
Dr. Johnson is married to Cynthia and, together, they have four children, Christian, Andrew, Jessica and Thomas along with three family dogs.