Matthew Kuhn, MD, FACR
Neuroradiology, Cardiac Imaging
Matthew J. Kuhn, MD, FACR, completed undergraduate studies at Binghamton University (B.S., biochemistry) in Binghamton, NY and medical school at the Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. After serving as chief resident in radiology at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in Manhattan, he completed a two-year neuroradiology fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and was an instructor of radiology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kuhn is board certified in neuroradiology and diagnostic radiology and holds certificates of proficiency in coronary CT angiography and cardiac and peripheral vascular MRI from the American College of Radiology. He is a past-president of the Illinois Radiological Society and has served as an oral board examiner in neuroradiology for the American Board of Radiology. A clinical professor of radiology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, he is the author of the textbook “Atlas of Neuroradiology” and has published over one hundred articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and monographs. Dr. Kuhn has delivered numerous invited presentations at national and international scientific meetings throughout the world. He is the past editor-in-chief of the journal “Abstracts in Radiology” and has held positions on multiple editorial boards. His research interests include stroke, molecular imaging, and radiologic contrast media. In his spare time, Dr. Kuhn enjoys traveling with his family and is a professional English horn player with the Knox-Galesburg Symphony. Dr. Kuhn’s wife, Alyssa, is a professional violinist and teaches violin and piano from her home studio in Peoria. Together, they have three children and two grandchildren.
Undergraduate: Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Medical School: Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY
Internship: University Hospital, Stony Brook School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
Residency: Mount Sinai Beth Israel; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital; Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA