David Avrin, MD, PhD, has embraced technology’s vital role in the field of radiology since the beginning of his career.

Dr. Yee is a nationally recognized expert in CT colonography and, through her position as chair of the American College of Radiology’s Colon Cancer Committee, has fought on behalf of annual preventative colorectal cancer screening with insurance reimbursement for CT Colonography in patients age 50 and older.

Dr. Michael Evans and his colleagues at UCSF recently published a study that suggests carefully designed PET scans can be used to provide important biological information in place of biopsy.

Many people who rise to department management in medicine have little prior experience with administration. This wasn’t the case with Dr. Ronald Arenson, chairman of UCSF’s Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging.

The lecture, titled “Reflections on My Academic Career in Neuroimaging: From Headaches to Facets and Parts in Between," will be held June 8th, 2016 at the Mission Bay Campus, located at 600 16th Street in San Francisco.

Lisa Rooney, a member of the CT or CAT radiology team, works closely with patients during their kidney tumor ablation, among other procedures, ensuring safety and accuracy are maximized, while giving the patient the best possible experience.