Matthew J. DiMagno, MD, AGAF, received his bachelor's degree from Macalester College, a medical degree from the University of Minnesota and training in internal medicine from the University of Michigan. He went on to complete both a fellowship in gastroenterology and a post-doctoral fellowship in experimental pancreatitis at the University of Michigan. After completing fellowship training, Dr. DiMagno joined the faculty 2001 at Michigan, where he is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, where he serves as a medical pancreatologist and a physician liaison for both the general gastroenterology clinic and the gastroenterology section of the multidisciplinary cystic fibrosis center.
Dr. DiMagno has an active clinical research program which has received funding from the federal government to support research in acute and chronic pancreatitis.
Dr. DiMagno has coauthored 60 peer-reviewed manuscripts, reviews and book chapters. He serves on several editorial boards.
Dr. DiMagno serves as Medical Director, The National Pancreas Foundation State Chapter of Michigan (2016-). He also serves as councilor of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Institute Council Pancreatic Disorders Section Committee. He is past Chair of the AGA Institute Council Pancreatic Disorders Section Committee (2014-16).
Dr. DiMagno has participated in and directed numerous national and international continuing medical education programs in gastroenterology, and has been elected to the roster of "Best Doctors" since 2015. Dr. DiMagno was recognized as one of 10 Gastroenterologists focused on pancreatic disorders & diseases by Becker’s Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Review in 2014.