Jim Barkovich, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||505 Parnassus Avenue|
San Francisco CA 94117
|George Washington University||M.D.||School of Medicine||1980|
|Letterman Army Medical Center||Internship||1981|
|Letterman Army Medical Center||Residency||Radiology||1984|
|Walter Reed Army Medical Center||Fellowship||Neuroradiology||1986|
|University of California, San Francisco||2014||Outstanding Clinical Research Lecture|
|Academy of Radiology Research ||2013||Distinguished Investigator Award |
|Radiological Society of North America||2012||Outstanding Achievement in Research Award|
|American Society of Neuroradiology||2012||Gold Medalist|
|Neuroradiology Education and Research Foundation||2008||Outstanding Contributions in Research Award|
|Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School||2006||Michael J. Bresnan Lecturer in Child Neurology |
|American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology||2006||Gold Medalist|
|German-Austrian-Swiss Society of Child Neurology||2005||Peter Emil Becker Award for Outstanding Contributions to Child Neurology and Pediatric Neuroradiolog|
|University of California, San Francisco Department of Neurology||2005||Bruce O. Berg Lecturer |
||2014||America's Top Doctors|
|Secretary General ||2002
||2006||World Federation of Neuroradiological Socieities |
||1999||American Society of Neuroradiology|
|United Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation||1998||Goldenson Technology Award|
|Armed Forces Institute of Pathology||1996||Nycomed Distinguished Visiting Lecturer|
||2009||Best Doctors in America|
|University of California, San Francisco Department of Neurology||1990||Outstanding Teacher Award |
A. James Barkovich, MD, is a Professor in Residence and he is Chief of Pediatric Neuroradiology in the Department of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Barkovich received his medical degree from George Washington University, Washington, D.C., and completed his residency in Radiology from Letterman AMC, San Francisco in 1984, followed by a fellowship in Neuroradiology from Walter Reed AMC in 1986. Dr. Barkovich was also President of the American Society of Neuroradiology 1998-1999 and Secretary General of the World Federation of Neuroradiological Societies from 2002-2006.
Dr. Barkovich serves as the Chief of Pediatric Neuroradiology in the UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging. He specializes in the diagnosis of neurological disorders in infants and children. His main research interests include neonatal brain injury and the use of magnetic resonance (MR) to better understand both normal brain development and to recognize and classify genetic disorders that underlie abnormal brain development.
Dr. Barkovich’s research established correlations between MR findings and the outcome in affected patients. He has 385 published articles, and has authored or co-authored 9 textbooks and 41 book chapters, and he has written and contributed to a collective of more than 400 research documents.
Neonatal brain injury and the use of magnetic resonance (MR) to better understand both normal brain development and to recognize and classify genetic disorders that underlie abnormal brain development
Education and Training:
• Medical School: George Washington University, Washington, DC (1976-1980)
• Internship: Letterman AMC, San Francisco - Radiology (1980-1981)
• Residency: Letterman AMC, San Francisco - Radiology (1981-1984)
• Fellowship: Walter Reed AMC, Washington, DC - Neuroradiology (1984-1986)
• California Medical License
• Ohio State Medical License (inactive)
• New York State Medical License (inactive)
• American Board of Radiology (1984)
• Certificate of Added Qualification in Neuroradiology (1996, 2006)
Pediatric Neuroradiology, neonatal brain injury, use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to better understand both normal brain development and to recognize and classify genetic disorders that underlie abnormal brain development.
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