Neuroradiology

Team Receives Presidential BRAIN Initiative Grant to Revolutionize MRI Technology!

A new NIH-funded project will advance the resolution of magnetic resonance imaging, with the goal of increasing the detail in brain images more than 30 times over today's most powerful MRI scanners.

Brain Connectivity Differences Shown in Autism and Sensory Processing Disorders

Innovative research by Pratik Mukherjee, MD, PhD recently demonstrated quantifiable differences between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder.

‘Neuroradiology Signs’: An Innovative New Neuroimaging Textbook!

An exciting and innovative new book, Neuroradiology Signs, has just been published by neuroradiologists at UCSF!

CT-Guided Steroid Injections for Relief of Spine Pain

The risk of stroke or spinal cord damage from a transforaminal or epidural steroid injection is quite low, and at UCSF two critical considerations allow us to reduce that low risk even further.

ADNI: Most Comprehensive Research Study in the World Working to Silence Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, affecting nearly 50 percent of those over the age of 85. The UCSF-based Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative is working to change that.

Introducing the Brain Health Registry

Get involved in a groundbreaking, web-based project designed to speed up cures for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other brain disorders.

Can Hospital-based Cell Phones Improve Communications Between Doctors?

Research that colleagues and I had done on the quality of communications between radiologists and physicians in our hospitals was recently featured in JACR.

Brain Injury: Applications from War and Terrorism

Many fail to understand the intense and far-reaching consequences of TBI. In her new book, UCSF neuroradiologist Dr. Alisa Gean, tackles the complexity of traumatic brain injury, how it is sustained and how it affects both civilians and combatants alike.

UCSF Part of Large International Research Collaboration on Traumatic Brain Injury!

UCSF will play a vital role in a new research project being awarded $18.8 million over five years by the National Institutes of Health. The award will support an international study on concussions and traumatic brain injur.

UCSF Team Wins GE & NFL Head Health Challenge Award

GE and the NFL just announced the 16 winners in the first stage of the $20 million Head Health Challenge, and UCSF Radiology is proud to be on the list!

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