Welcoming Victoria Young, MD, to UCSF's Pediatric Radiology Division

Victoria YoungThe University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging welcomes Victoria Young, MD, to the Pediatric Radiology division as a faculty member.

Dr. Young completed a pediatric radiology fellowship at Stanford University in 2020, after which she served one year as a Clinical Instructor. She also completed a diagnostic radiology residency in 2018 and a vascular and interventional radiology fellowship in 2019 at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois.

Dr. Young, a clinical assistant professor in pediatric radiology and pediatric interventional radiology at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, has made significant contributions to the field. Her mentorship of women and underrepresented trainees, her writing for the university's diversity newsletter, and her role as a junior representative for the Society of Pediatric Interventional Radiology (SPIR) are all testaments to her dedication and unique perspective.

Dr. Young's clinical expertise, teaching, and research are focused on diagnosing and treating a range of conditions seen in the pediatric patient population including portal hypertension, vascular anomalies and venous compression disorders such as May-Thurner Syndrome.

We eagerly anticipate her contributions to our community and pediatric imaging. Join us in welcoming Dr. Young to UCSF!