UC Davis Department of Radiology
The UC Davis Department of Radiology performs imaging and therapeutic procedures for patients throughout Northern California.
Our radiological services are timely, cost-effective, appropriate and of the highest quality. Routine and specialized imaging studies, visceral and vascular intervention procedures, and contemporary neuro-interventional services are available.
The Department of Radiology serves the broader community by contributing to the understanding of health and disease through our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, imaging and imaging technology-related clinical and basic science research.
The department's missions focus on education, imaging-related research, and achieving the professional goals of our students, faculty and staff. Departmental educational programs are predominately directed towards the training of residents, medical students, and fellows as well as continued educational achievement of our faculty and staff, presenting at regional and national courses in postgraduate medical education.
Explore our Web site and see examples of how the department provides subspecialty-based clinical imaging services that are of the highest quality, and of contemporary research programs that utilize imaging to achieve a greater understanding of health, disease and the delivery of appropriate and cost-effective care.
Elizabeth Morris, M.D.
Professor and Chair, Department of Radiology
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