Biography

Marc C. Mabray, MD, is a radiologist and an Assistant Professor in the Radiology Department at the University of New Mexico. His primary area of focus is in neuroradiology including brain, head and neck, and spine imaging and minor procedures in adults and children. Dr. Mabray is from Albuquerque, NM. In 2006, he earned his B.A. in Biological Sciences from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. He graduated with honors from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2010. He completed his residency in radiology, the NIH-funded T32 research program, and neuroradiology fellowship all at the University of California San Francisco. He then returned to the University of New Mexico in 2016 and currently serves as the Director of Neuroradiology Research, Director of Stroke Imaging, Director of the Neuroradiology Clerkship, and Director of Mentorship and Faculty Development for the Radiology Department. He is board certified in Radiology with a subspecialty certification/certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in Neuroradiology.

Personal Statement

Dr. Mabray is actively involved in research including being involved as co-investigator on grants with the Neurology and Pathology Departments. This includes being the study neuroradiologist for the NIH-funded multi-institutional Brain and Vascular Malformations Consortium (BVMC) study on cerebral cavernous malformations. He has written many scholarly articles and given presentations in his areas of expertise. Dr. Mabray is actively involved in teaching pre-clinical and clinical phase medical students including running the Neuroradiology Clerkship, teaching radiology trainees, and providing mentorship, and career counseling.

Areas of Specialty

Neuroradiology
Brain Imaging in Adults and Children
Head and Neck Imaging in Adults and Children
Spine Imaging and Minor Procedures in Adults and Children
Cavernous Malformations

Achievements & Awards

2020 UNM Learning Environment Office iTeach Teaching Excellence Recognition
2019 UNM Medical Education Scholars Program
2018 UNM Radiology Outstanding Clinical Researcher
2015 UCSF Radiology Margulis Society Outstanding Resident Researcher
2009 Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society

Key Publications

Journal Article
Mabray, Marc, Starcevich, J, Hallstrom, Jon, Robinson, M, Bartlett, M, Nelson, J, Zafar, Atif, Kim, H, Morrison, L, Hart, Blaine, 2020 High Prevalence of Spinal Cord Cavernous Malformations in the Familial Cerebral Cavernous Malformations Type 1 Cohort. AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology, vol. 41, Issue 6, 1126-1130
Book Chapter
Mabray, Marc, Hart, Blaine, 2020 Clinical Imaging of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations: Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 10.1007/978-1-0716-0640-7_7
Other
Mabray, Marc, Caprihan, A, Nelson, J, McCulloch, C, E Zafar, Atif, Kim, H, Hart, Blaine, Morrison, L, 2020 Effect of Simvastatin on Permeability in Cerebral Cavernous Malformation Type 1 Patients: Results from a Pilot Small Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. Translational stroke research, 113, 319-321 Journal Article Mabray, Marc, Talbott, J, F Whetstone, W, D Dhall, S, S Phillips, D, B Pan, J, Z Manley, G, T Bresnahan, J, C Beattie, M, S Haefeli, J, Ferguson, A, R 2016 Multidimensional Analysis of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Predicts Early Impairment in Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of neurotrauma, vol. 33, Issue 10, 954-62
Journal Article
Mabray, Marc, Barajas, R, F Villanueva-Meyer, J, E Zhang, C, A Valles, F, E Rubenstein, J, L Cha, S, 2016 The Combined Performance of ADC, CSF CXC Chemokine Ligand 13, and CSF Interleukin 10 in the Diagnosis of Central Nervous System Lymphoma. AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology, vol. 37, Issue 1, 74-9

Courses Taught

Neuroradiology Clerkship Director
Lecturer for Preclinical School of Medicine Blocks
Lecturer for Radiology Residency Neuroradiology Block and Case Conferences

Research and Scholarship

Dr. Mabray is the Director of Neuroradiology Research and sits on the Research Steering Committee for the Department of Radiology. He is actively engaged in research including as co-investigator on grants with the Neurology and Pathology Departments. This includes being the study neuroradiologist for the NIH-funded multi-institutional Brain and Vascular Malformations Consortium (BVMC) study on cerebral cavernous malformations and working on advanced imaging in head trauma. He actively publishes and mentors trainees in their projects.