Happy Radiologic Technology week to the outstanding technologists at UCSF Radiology. Let's acknowledge our technologists who each day treat our patients with care, skill and knowledge while practicing appropriate safety measures.

UCSF Radiology held its 18th Annual Imaging Research Symposium virtually on November 3, 2021 to highlight the breadth and depth of innovative research being done in the department.

The UCSF Radiology Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program is pleased to announce we are returning to one of our favorite places - The Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island of Hawaii  for our UCSF Body Imaging: Abdominal & Thoracic CME course. 

UCSF Radiology is pleased to announce that Peder Larson, PhD is the 2021 faculty recipient of Chancellor Award for Disability Service. Dr. Larson is an associate professor in residence and a principal investigator at UCSF Radiology.

2D and 3D digital mammography - which is better for breast cancer screening? The tomosynthesis mammographic imaging screening trial (TMIST), sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, aims to see which technology performs best in women who have no symptoms.

A team of breast imaging researchers set out to assess the value of targeted breast ultrasound for the primary evaluation of breast symptoms in pregnant women of all ages.