Welcoming Thomas Yohannan, MD, to UCSF's Molecular Imaging & Therapeutics Division

Thomas Yohannan, MD

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is pleased to welcome Thomas Yohannan, MD, to the Molecular Imaging & Therapeutics division as Associate Professor.

Dr. Yohannan completed a fellowship in nuclear medicine at UCSF followed by a clinical instructor year at Stanford University in 2017. Dr. Yohannan has held prior leadership roles with Kaiser Permanente East Bay as Chief of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Safety Officer and as Peer Review Liaison. His current research focuses on improving lung cancer diagnosis and current standard of care.

His work has earned recognition from The Permanente Medical Group Leadership Academy in 2021 and the Aurora Health Care Radiology Resident Teacher Award from Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2016. He is also a frequent physician educator for Kaiser Permanente East Bay and Northern California regional medical centers.

We look forward to his contributions to our academic community and the field of molecular imaging and therapeutics. Join us in welcoming Dr. Yohannan to UCSF!