PATIENT CARE

To Schedule an Exam: 

Call (650) 723-6855. Our expert radiologists work with highly trained technologists and nursing staff to provide personalized imaging for our patients. We are committed to quality service and patient safety.

 

 

RESEARCH

Our expert scientists lead research in biomedical imaging using MRI, CT, PET/CT, ultrasound, bioinformatics and other developing modalities. Our high NIH funding reflects our research goals and interests in all imaging related areas.

 

 

EDUCATION

Stanford Radiology offers innovative training for graduate students, medical students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral trainees, and visitors in all subspecialties. Our residency program is consistently ranked among the top 10 U.S. programs

 

 

News & Events

Upcoming Events

Dec December 09 Fri 2016

Canary Center at Stanford for Cancer Early Detection

"Macrophage-mediated Cancer Immunosurveillance"

Mingye Feng, PhD
Instructor
Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
Stanford University

11:15 - 12:15pm, Alway Building, Room M106

Dec December 13 Tue 2016

Radiological Sciences Lab Seminar

"Diagnostic and therapeutic applications fo cavitation bubbles induced by focused ultrasound"

Tatiana Khokhlova, PhD
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Medicne
University of Washington

10:00 - 11:00am, Glazer Learning Center, Lucas P083

Jan January 19 Thu 2017

CME Radiology Grand Rounds

Lawrence H. Schwartz, MD

5:30pm - 6:30pm, Clark Center Auditorium

Previously Recorded Events

BASELINE STUDY TOWN HALL MEETING - March 2015

The School of Medicine hosted a Town Hall meeting on March 20, 2015 to share and discuss an exciting research endeavor called the “Baseline Study”. Baseline is a clinical research collaboration between Google Life Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, and Duke University School of Medicine to develop an integrated understanding of human health and the transition to disease. The overall goal of the Baseline Study is to develop a comprehensive understanding of health and disease state transitions for more focused preventive measures, timely and targeted preemptive interventions, and a better development of new therapeutics and diagnostics.

Recent News

  • Research Featured on the Cover of the Journal Radiology

    December 7, 2016…


  • Dr. Langlotz Named to RSNA Board of Directors

    November 30, 2016…


  • Stanford Nuclear Medicine Wins Aunt Minnie 2016 Best Radiology Image

    November 2, 2016…


  • Collaborative Grants Awarded to Stanford and Intermountain Investigators

    October 31, 2016…


  • Aya Kamaya Wins SRU 2016 Unknown Case Competition

    October 25, 2016…


Clinical Divisions

Research Divisions

Quick Links