The annual Hasegawa Award recognizes a radiology and biomedical imaging graduate student or postdoctoral scholar exemplifying the scope and quality of investigation demonstrated by Dr. Hasegawa during his career. 

For Alisa Gean, MD, raising funds and participating in 2016’s AVON 39 The Walk to End Breast Cancer was personal. She became the nation’s top individual fundraiser out of thousands of participants.

Radiologic tools have become safer over time: Better tools lead to more precise views, and more precision allows reduced radiation dose. But patient safety is still a topic daily on the minds of radiologists.

The last decade has seen advancement in stroke triage and treatment, but there’s much room for improvement. The San Francisco Stroke Initiative proposes to link UCSF Moffitt Hospital and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, network their technologies, and outfit them with cutting-edge stroke treatment capacities.

It’s been a great honor to serve the Bay Area and beyond for more than 100 years. We look back on some of the most important moments that have shaped the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Medicine and the field of imaging as a whole.

A recent dinner and symposium hosted by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging featured presentations by a multidisciplinary UCSF team on the topic of amyloid PET imaging, a diagnostic technique to diagnose Alzheimer's disease.