Robert Gould, DSc
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||185 Berry Street Bldg B|
San Francisco CA 94158
|Radiological Society of North America ||2003||Third Vice President |
|American Association of Physicists in Medicine||2003||Chairman of the Board|
|American Association of Physicists in Medicine||2002||President |
|American Association of Physicists in Medicine||1999||Fellow |
|RadioGraphics ||1998||Editor's Certificate of Recognition |
Robert Gould, ScD, is a Professor and Vice Chair of Radiology for Technology and Capital Projects at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Gould earned his BA in Chemistry from the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. He completed his MS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and he received his ScD in Medical Physics from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was appointed to the faculty in the Department of Radiology at UCSF in 1977.
Dr. Gould is also the Director of the Laboratory of Radiologic Informatics, which is responsible for the department’s Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS). In this capacity, he has helped implement methods for recording of patient dose. He is currently involved in a Department project to install a Decision Support system that could potentially decrease patient radiation exposure by reducing unnecessary procedures and providing the referring clinician with alternative imaging methods that do not use ionizing radiation.
He is a member of the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Operations Committee, Safety Committee and Radiation Oversight Committee. He is a member of UCSF Campus Radiation Safety Committee and Radioactive Drug Research Committee. Additionally, Dr. Gould is a member of the Medical Center Radiation Protection Committee. By serving on these Committees, he has been involved in radiation safety issues within the Department of Radiology, the Medical Center and the UCSF Campus. Dr. Gould has been involved in efforts to monitor and minimize radiation exposure to personnel involved in the use and delivery of radiation in clinical and research environments and in efforts to monitor and minimize exposure to patients undergoing an imaging procedure. These efforts have included the development of guidelines and standards for radiation use and quality improvement projects designed to reduce patient dose.
Informatics, technology and capital projects
Medical physics, PACS, digital imaging, radiological informatics, digital mammography, CT, dual energy CT, x-ray detector technology
Education and Training:
• Bachelor of Art: College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio - Chemistry
• Masters of Science: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia - Biomedical Engineering
• Doctor of Science: Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts - Medical Physics
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