- Fellowship - Med. College of Wisconsin Affil. Hosps. Prog. (2011-2012), Interventional Radiology
- Residency - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2007-2011), Diagnostic Radiology
- Residency - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2006-2007), Neurological Surgery
- Internship - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2005-2006), Surgery
- Medical School - Tulane University Medical School (2001-2005)
Mark Reddick, M.D.
Chief of Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Parkland Health & Hospital System; Director, Vascular & Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program
- Radiology - Vascular-Interventional
- Disease Diagnosis
- Tumor Embolization
Mark Reddick, M.D., M.S., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
An interventional radiologist, Dr. Reddick has special expertise in the minimally invasive treatment of cancer and vascular diseases.
In addition to his clinical and research activities, he also serves as an Associate Director of UT Southwestern’s Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program.
Dr. Reddick is certified by the American Board of Radiology, with subspecialty certification in interventional radiology. He also is certified in vascular interpretation by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
Dr. Reddick’s research interests include minimally invasive cancer therapies, the management of congenital vascular malformations in adults, and medical education, and he is currently involved in several clinical trials.
He has published a number of journal articles, co-authored a book chapter, and delivered many lectures and presentations related to his work.
He joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2012.
Dr. Reddick earned his medical degree at Tulane University Medical School. He completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at UT Southwestern and a fellowship in interventional radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals.
He also holds a Master of Science degree in pharmacology from Tulane University Graduate School and a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from UCLA.
Dr. Reddick is a member of professional organizations that include the Society of Interventional Radiology, American Board of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America, and American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
Meet Dr. Reddick
Interventional Radiologist in Dallas
Through a variety of state-of-the-art technologies and techniques, UT Southwestern radiologist Mark Reddick, M.D., M.S., uses radiologic imaging to visualize what’s going on inside the body, often in stunning detail.
As an interventional radiologist, Dr. Reddick specializes in the use of medical imaging to evaluate, diagnose, and treat diseases using minimally invasive techniques.
Although Dr. Reddick is experienced in diagnosing and treating a broad spectrum of conditions, he has special expertise in performing minimally invasive procedures to treat cancer (interventional oncology) and congenital vascular malformations, as well as in diagnostic vascular imaging.
“Interventional radiology is much more than taking pictures,” Dr. Reddick says. “It’s about understanding what we see in the images and using that information to target our treatment of conditions that range from cancer and vascular disease to conditions of the genitourinary tract and liver, biliary system, lungs, and other organs.”
A Comprehensive Approach
Because of the wide variety of conditions he treats, Dr. Reddick notes how important it is to have a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.
“Interventional radiology isn’t defined by a particular organ system like many specialties; it’s defined primarily by the skill sets that make it up – minimally invasive procedures and image-guidance,” Dr. Reddick explains.
“Because we treat disease processes in every system in the body, we interact constantly with referring and collaborating physicians from every specialty.”
Dr. Reddick has a particular interest in taking care of patients who are battling cancer.
“I have great relationships with all my patients, but I really have a passion for helping cancer patients navigate what can be a very confusing and complex time in their lives.”
- Texas Medical Board (2005-2020), Licensed Physician
- Society of Interventional Radiology (2010-2020), Member
- Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) (2010-2020), Member
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (2012-2022), Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
- American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) (2013-2023), Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI)
- American Board of Radiology (2011-2021), Diplomate
- Paracelcus Award for Excellence in Toxicology 2001-2005, Institutional Award-Tulane Medical School
- Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award 2004-2004, Peer selected
- Best Resident Lecture 2014-2014, Interventional Radiology Board Review
Hemodialysis Access: Imaging Diagnosis in Dialysis Access Management
Reddick M, Kalva SP (2014), New York, Springer
- Hemodialysis Access: Imaging Diagnosis in Dialysis Access Management
Interictal high-frequency oscillations (80-500 Hz) in the human epileptic brain: entorhinal cortex.
Bragin A, Wilson CL, Staba RJ, Reddick M, Fried I, Engel J Annals of neurology 2002 Oct 52 4 407-15
Intravascular US-guided transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt creation in a second-trimester pregnancy to prophylactically decompress abdominal wall varices before cesarean section.
Pillai AK, Joseph AM, Reddick M, Toomay S, Kalva S Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology 2014 3 25 481-3
Establishment of a multidisciplinary hepatocellular carcinoma clinic is associated with improved clinical outcome.
Yopp AC, Mansour JC, Beg MS, Arenas J, Trimmer C, Reddick M, Pedrosa I, Khatri G, Yakoo T, Meyer JJ, Shaw J, Marrero JA, Singal AG Annals of Surgical Oncology 2014 4 21 1287-95
Catheter-directed pharmacologic thrombolysis for acute pulmonary embolism immediately following lung transplantation
Reddick M, Pillai AK, Bollineni S, Kalva S Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology 2015
Ureteral-arterial fistula: Diagnosis and Management
Reddick M, Pillai AK, Anderson M American Journal of Radiology 2015 Accepted. Awaiting Publication.
- Interictal high-frequency oscillations (80-500 Hz) in the human epileptic brain: entorhinal cortex.
- Simulation in Radiology
- Minimally Invasive Cancer Therapies
- Medical Education
- Management of congenital vascular malformations in the adult
- Disease Diagnosis
- Tumor Embolization
- Dialysis Access Management
- Varicose Vein Treatment
- Endovascular Therapy - Embolization/Exclusions
- Tumor Ablation
- Endovascular Therapy - Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Interventional Therapy for Portal Hypertension
- Endovascular Therapy - Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
Q&A by Dr. Reddick
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