Dr. Benjamin Gray is a neuroradiologist at Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health. He completed his undergraduate degree in philosophy at Miami University in Ohio and then attended The University of Toledo College of Medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Gray completed the IUSM Transitional Year Residency program at IU Health Methodist Hospital followed by a Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Neuroradiology Fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine. His clinical and research interests are in head and neck and oncologic imaging and bioethics.
Gunderman RB, Gray BR. “Maximizing Radiologist Productivity: The Panopticon.” Journal of the American College of Radiology, February 2016, pp. 173-174.
Gray BR, Gunderman RB. “Lessons of History: The Medical Gaze.” Academic Radiology, June 2016, pp. 774-776.
Gray BR, Gunderman RB. “The McDonaldization of Radiology.” Journal of the American College of Radiology, April 2018, pp. 689-691.
Gray BR, Gunderman RB. “Constricting the Radiologic Lexicon: An Orwellian Errand?” Academic Radiology, February 2019, pp. 300-301.
Gray BR, Koontz NA. “Normal Patterns and Pitfalls of FDG Uptake in the Head and Neck.” Seminars in Ultrasound, CT and MRI, October 2019, pp. 367-375.
Gray BR, Agarwal A, Tann M, and Koontz NA. “PET and SPECT Imaging of Brain Neoplasia Mimics.” Seminars in Ultrasound, CT and MRI, December 20, pp. 541-550.
Gray BR, Mutz JM, Gunderman RB “Radiology as Personal Knowledge.” American Journal of Roentgenology, February, 2020, pp. 237-238.
Titles & Appointments
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences