UCSF’s world-renowned expertise in prostate cancer and spectroscopic imaging has led our Prostate Cancer Imaging Group to develop a multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging staging exam of prostate cancer.

A ground-breaking new study, published in the February 23rd issue of Neuron, finds that a specific type of computerized cognitive training can lead to significant neural and behavioral improvements in individuals with schizophrenia.

A recent article in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment offers important and exciting information on breast cancer as a disease entity and for tailoring the treatment of breast cancer to each individual patient.

The UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is proud to say that it’s been monitoring patient dose levels for nearly five years in response to the Image Wisely and Image Gently campaigns.

A UCSF team has discovered a new way to image brain tumors and predict recurrence amongst brain cancer patients.

I recently spoke at the 2012 Cowan Cancer Symposium on the abundant sound scientific evidence demonstrating that screening mammography saves lives.