Now in its 5th year, the RIDR program provides an opportunity for high school, college, and medical students, from groups that are historically underrepresented in Radiology or disadvantaged, to participate in basic science, translational, or clinical radiology research projects for eight weeks during their summer break. The department is seeking crowdfunding to support the 2022 class of RIDR students.

UCSF Radiology CME returns to in-person courses in December with a UCSF Imaging Update in Nevis featuring a fantastic group of lectures. Read more about the course and hear from Brett Elicker, MD, course director.

Two UCSF Radiology faculty recently received funding from National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Cancer Institute (NCI) for an exciting research project to study hyperpolarized (HP) carbon-13 (13C) metabolic MRI in prostate cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy (RT).

September is Women in Medicine Month, and RADWomen UCSF is an important initiative established in 2020 to advocate for women faculty, trainees, and staff in radiology.

A recent collaborative project of the five University of California radiology departments highlights some of the new and ongoing DEI work our people are leading in our profession and across our departments and health systems.

UCSF Radiology is very pleased to announce that our Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is top-ranked in reputation and second-ranked in research output according to Doximity's 2021-2022 Residency Navigator.