Our Mission

UC San Diego Radiology provides patient-first, imaging-based care, trains tomorrow's radiology leaders, and discovers and establishes novel solutions at the intersection of health care, science, and technology. 

 

 

​​Radiology News

Congratulation to Dr. Pathria, Dr. Aryafar, Dr. Minocha, and Dr. Newton, named 2018 Top Docs in San Diego! September 24 2018Congratulation to Dr. Pathria, Dr. Aryafar, Dr. Minocha, and Dr. Newton, named 2018 Top Docs in San Diego!
 Radiology Research Resident wins 2018 Roentgen Fund President's AwardMay 11 2018Dr. Tara A. Retson won the Roentgen Fund President's Award for her research entitled "Real-World Clinical Performance of Deep Learning for Segmentation and Quantification of Biventricular Cardiac Size and Function."  Dr. Retson joined UCSD this year as a member of the Radiology Research Track.  After her year of research this past year, she will join the Clinical Radiology residents for the 4-year Radiology clinical residency. 
Dr. Ojeda featured in this article regarding the new Comprehensive Breast Center in the UCSD Koman Outpatient Center.March 28 2018Dr. Ojeda featured in this article regarding the new Comprehensive Breast Center in the UCSD Koman Outpatient Center.
Radiology Staff Service Awards and Meet David Kimber Administrative Vice ChairMarch 15 2018Radiology Staff Service Awards and Meet David Kimber Administrative Vice Chair

 

MSK News: Radiology Side Trip

Features Srihari Sampath, MD, PhD, and Srinath Sampath, MD, PhD

Does the human genome contain more information than we think?

In their dual roles as Musculoskeletal Radiologists at UC San Diego and Musculoskeletal Biology Lab heads at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation (GNF), Srihari Sampath, MD PhD, and Srinath Sampath, MD PhD, ask questions like this routinely.

In fact, it was this question that put them on the path to discovering a new gene required for skeletal muscle formation.
> Read more 

 

VIR News: UC San Diego offers prostate artery embolization 

Features Andrew Picel, MD


Many men develop an enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), as they age. The symptoms associated with BPH include sudden urge to urinate, frequent urination, incomplete emptying, and weak stream.

Traditional surgeries and treatments for BPH are effective but may be associated with side-effects, hospitalization, and painful recovery. In contrast, prostate artery embolization (PAE) provides a minimally invasive treatment alternative to patients with symptoms of BPH. > Read more

 

Faculty Development and Enrichment

UCSD Radiology is committed to offering a dynamic learning environment and outstanding mentorship to our talented and dedicated faculty, residents, and fellows.

Radiology Accomplishments

​Dr. Michael Andre Is Elected Fellow of American Association of Physicists in Medicine
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ACR Updates LI-RADS: Features Claude Sirlin, MD
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Giving


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