Professor of Radiology — Cardiovascular Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, PET.
Dr. Caputo's research interests relate to all phases of Cardiovascular Imaging. Nuclear Medicine and PET.
Professor of Radiology
A.B., College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1973
University of Oregon, St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, Portland, Oregon, 1981-1982
University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington, 1979-1981, 1983
University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle , Washington, 1984-1985
American Board of Nuclear Medicine, 1988
American Society of Emergency Radiology
North American Society of Cardiac Imaging
Radiological Society of North America
Society of Nuclear Medicine
Honors and Awards:
Editor's Recognition Award for Special Distinction in Reviewing, Radiology Journal, 1991
The Samuel Wise Prize for Cardiovascular Research, 1981
The Nathan Seltz Prize for Meritorious Research in Cardiovascular and Renal Diseases, 1977
Select Recent Publications:
Rogers JH, Rahdert DA, Caputo GR, Takeda PA, Palacios IF, Tio FO, Taylor EA, Low RI. Long-term safety and durability of percutaneous septal sinus shortening (The PS(3) System) in an ovine model. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv, 73(4): 540-8, 2009.
Amsterdam EA, Caputo G. Noninvasive coronary angiography: the holy grail for assessment of chest pain in patients presenting to the emergency department? Cardiology, 112(3): 209-10, 2008.
Amsterdam EA, Caputo GR. Noninvasive coronary angiography: a revolutionary technique seeking its role in patient care. Prev Cardiol, 11(3): 133-4, 2998, 2008.
Bredella MA, Steinbach L, Caputo G, Segall G, Hawkins R. Value of FDG PET in the assessment of patients with multiple myeloma. AJR Am J Roentgenol, 184(4): 1199-204, 2005.
Bredella MA, Caputo GR, Steinbach LS. Value of FDG Positron Emission Tomography in conjunction with MR Imaging for Evaluating Therapy Response in Musculoskeletal Sarcomas. American Journal of Roentgenology 2002;179:1145-1150.
Caputo GR, Avrin DE. Electron Beam Coronary Angiography. Images 2001; 8-9.
Weber W, Young C, Abdel-Dayem, Sfakianakis G, Weir GJ, Swaney CM, Gates M, Stokkel MP, Parker A, Hines H, Khanvali B, Liebig JR, Leung AN, Sollitto RM, Caputo GR, Wagner HN Jr. Assessment of Pulmonary Lesions, with 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Imaging Using Coincidence Mode Gamma Cameras. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 574-578, 1999.
AAssar OS; Fischbein NJ; Caputo GR; Kaplan MJ; Price DC; Singer MI; Dillon WP; Hawkins RA. Metastatic head and neck cancer: role and usefulness of FDG PET in locating occult primary tumors. Radiology, Jan, 210(1):177-81, 1999.
Fischbein NJ; AAssar OS; Caputo GR; Kaplan MJ; Singer MI; Price DC; Dillon WP; Hawkins RA. Clinical utility of positron emission tomography with 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose in detecting residual/recurrent squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. American Journal of Neuroradiology, Aug, 19(7):1189-96, 1998.
Carrol CL, Higgins CB, Caputo GR. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Acquired Cardiac Disease. Texas Heart Institute Journal 23:144-154, 1996.
Heidenreich PA; Steffens J; Fujita N; O'Sullivan M; Caputo GR; Foster E; Higgins CB. Evaluation of mitral stenosis with velocity-encoded cine-magnetic resonance imaging. American Journal of Cardiology 75:365-369, 1995.
Masui T, Caputo GR, Bowersox JC, Higgins CB: Assessment of Popliteal Arterial Occlusive Disease with 2D Time-of-Flight MRA. JCAT 19(3):449-54, 1995.