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CT-Guided Precision Spine Therapy    
UCSF Imaging offers a team of world-renowned interventional spine neuroradiologists that uses minimally invasive techniques guided by the precision of very low dose CT, MRI and ultrasound to diagnose and treat vertebral disc problems and many other conditions of the spine. 

The UCSF Precision Spine and Peripheral Nerve Center at China Basin in San Francisco is the only university medical facility in Northern California that uses CT, MRI and ultrasound to guide spinal and nerve diagnosis and interventions. Learn more about the Spine Center here.
Meet Some of the CT-Spine Intervention Experts 

Cynthia Chin, MD
A professor of clinical radiology and neurosurgery, Dr. Chin is also a faculty member of the neuroradiology subspecialty at UCSF Imaging. Dr. Chin introduced and developed CT-guided spine injections at UCSF. She is the director of the UCSF Spinal Pain Management Clinic.

William Dillon Jr., MD
Dr. Dillon is   e xecutive vice chair of the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at UCSF. His varied interests include imaging of the head and neck, spinal pain management, imaging of stroke, vascular diseases of the brain, and imaging of brain tumors.

Christopher Hess, MD, PhD 
In addition to his roles as a p rofessor and the chief of the neuroradiology section at UCSF Imaging, Dr. Hess also serves as associate chair for Quality and Safety and associate director of the T32 Program.

Vinil Shah, MD
Dr. Shah is an assistant professor of Clinical Radiology in the Neuroradiology subspecialty. His interests include spinal imaging biomarkers to guide interventions. He is active in global health efforts. 
  
14th Annual UCSF Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research Symposium 
October 10
Noon - 6:30 p.m.
Cole Hall (513 Parnassus Ave) and Millberry Union Conference Center (500 Parnassus)
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Poster Slideshow: Noon Millberry Union12:00 pm
Welcome: 1 p.m. Sharmila Majumdar, PhD, Vice Chair, Research, Cole Hall
Speaker Presentations: 1-4:30 p.m. Cole Hall
Awards and reception 4:30-6 p.m. Millberry Union


Considering BRCA Genes: Knowledge Improves Outcomes
October 24
6-8 p.m.
Mission Bay Campus, Genentech Hall, Byers Auditorium, 
600 16th Street,  San Francisco. P arking at Owens Street Garage at 1835 Owens Street.
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Join a gathering of national and global experts as they speak on the relationship of BRCA mutations to breast and other cancers. Hear from UCSF clinicians and researchers Heather Greenwood, MD; Alan Ashworth, PhD, FRS; Mindy Goldman, MD; Pamela Munster, MDand Laura Holmes Haddad, cancer survivor and author. 

T. Hans Newton Annual Lecture:
R. Nick Bryan, MD, PhD
October 25
5-6:30 p.m.
Health Sciences West, Room HSW 303  (enter at Medical Sciences Building, 513 Parnassus Ave)
About Us 

The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the 
University of California, San Francisco, is a leading health sciences center  focused on serving patients, conducting research,  and training the  next generation of radiologists. 

We are proud to have some of the foremost names in diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional radiology developing promising new approaches to identify and treat disease. We are a patient-centered team, and are proud that the community recognizes us  for our compassion and care.

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