Shravan Sridhar, MD, MS

Assistant Professor


Dr. Sridhar completed his fellowship in Cardiothoracic Imaging at UCSF and serves as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology in the Cardiac and Pulmonary Imaging section in the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging.

Dr. Sridhar has a passion for radiology education and is involved in the education of medical students, residents, and fellows at UCSF. He has served several teaching roles throughout his career including peer tutor during medical school, resident educator during residency, and clinical instructor during fellowship. He was recognized with the Resident Educator Award in 2020 and 2021 at the University of New Mexico.

Dr. Sridhar’s research interests include examining the role of medical imaging in congenital heart disease and radiology quality improvement, and radiology education. He received the RSNA Resident Research Award in 2021 and has served as a consulting editor for American Journal of Radiology (AJR).

Dr. Sridhar serves on national committees including the Society of Thoracic Radiology Online Content Committee and serves as a contributor to the Society of Thoracic Radiology weekly webinar.

Expertise: Cardiothoracic Imaging

Honors and Awards

RSNA Cum Laude Award - Unraveling the mysteries of congenital heart disease MRI, 2022
RSNA Resident Research Award, 2021
Resident Educator Award, UNM, 2021
RSNA Cum Laude Award - MIPI - A scenario and pattern-based approach to a perplexing problem, 2020
Resident Educator Award, UNM, 2020
RSNA Certificate of Merit - Thoracic manifestations of gastrointestinal diseases, 2019


Sridhar S, Kanne JP, Henry TS, Revels JW, Gotway MB, Ketai LH. Medication-induced Pulmonary Injury: A Scenario- and Pattern-based Approach to a Perplexing Problem. Radiographics. 2022 Jan-Feb; 42(1):38-55.
Arora S, Ranade AR, Tran NL, Nasser S, Sridhar S, Korn RL, Ross JT, Dhruv H, Foss KM, Sibenaller Z, Ryken T, Gotway MB, Kim S, Weiss GJ. MicroRNA-328 is associated with (non-small) cell lung cancer (NSCLC) brain metastasis and mediates NSCLC migration. Int J Cancer. 2011 Dec 01; 129(11):2621-31.
Nasser S, Ranade AR, Sridhar S, Haney L, Korn RL, Gotway MB, Weiss GJ, Kim S. Biomarkers associated with metastasis of lung cancer to brain predict patient survival. Int J Data Min Bioinform. 2011; 5(3):287-307.