Andrew Ross MD, MPH

Assistant Professor (CHS)

Musculoskeletal Imaging and Intervention

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  • Fellowship: University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (Madison, WI) — 2016
  • Medical School:
    • Oregon Health and Science University (Portland, OR) — 2013
    • Oregon Health and Science University — 2009
    • Oregon Health and Science University — 2009
  • Graduate: Portland State University — 2004
  • Undergraduate:
    • Lewis and Clark College — 1999
    • Lewis and Clark College — 1999
  • Residency: University of Vermont (Burlington, VT)


Andrew Ross, MD, MPH, joined the UW Department of Radiology faculty in 2016 and currently works as an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Musculoskeletal Imaging and Intervention Section. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts at Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR, followed by Post-baccalaureate studies at Portland State University, also in Portland. Dr. Ross received his Masters of Public Health with a focus on epidemiology and biostatistics along with his medical degree at Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland, OR. He completed his Residency at the Larner College of Medicine (University of Vermont College of Medicine) in Diagnostic Radiology, and came to Madison for his Musculoskeletal Imaging fellowship at UW. Dr. Ross was awarded a Society for Skeletal Radiology seed grant for “Rapid MRI Protocol for the Evaluation of Potential Hip Fractures in the Elderly”, and is currently a participant in the RSNA Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (CERT) program. His research interests include Rapid MRI for hip fractures, and large data analysis. Prior to his career as a physician, he worked as an outdoor educator for Outward Bound and as a wilderness first aid and rescue instructor. His research interests include cost-effective imaging, rapid MRI protocols, public health and radiology. His personal interests include Mountain biking and skiing with the family, woodworking, playing guitar, and tennis.