David Avrin, MD, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||530 Parnassus Avenue, Library|
San Francisco CA 94143
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||B.S./M.S.||1967|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Ph.D||1974|
|Stanford University||M.D.||1975||School of Medicine|
|Stanford University Hospital||Intern||1976||Radiology and Medicine |
|Stanford University Hospital||Resident||1979||Diagnostic Radiology|
|University of California San Francisco||Visiting Fellow||1979||Department of Radiology|
|Association of University Radiologists||2014|| Academic Radiology Editor's Recognition Award |
|American Board of Medical Specialties at the White House-sponsored National Policy Forum Arlington||2010||Speaker|
|Radiological Society of North America||2005||Certificate of Merit infoRAD Exhibit |
|RadioGraphics, Informatics (infoRAD)||2001||Associate Editor|
|American College of Radiology Distinguished Committee Service||2001||Award for service on ACR Committee on DICOM Standards; Commission on Standards & Accreditation|
|Society of Computer Applications in Radiology||2000||Fellow|
|RSNA||2005||Certificate of Merit RSNA InfoRad Exhibit|
|American College of Radiology, Washington, DC||1999||Fellow|
|European Congress of Radiology||1993||Best Paper of Session; European Congress of Radiology; Vienna, Austria|
Dr. David Avrin is a clinical member of the Body Interventional Radiology and Abdominal Imaging Sections. As past vice-chair of informatics, Dr. Avrin oversaw the integration of medical imaging and patient-care information systems that enables radiologists to deliver more relevant clinical care, as well as contribute significantly to the educational, and research missions. Before completing his medical degree, Dr. Avrin received a PhD in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Dr. Avrin’s research is focused on creating the infrastructure and applications for seamless clinical system integration, and support for education and research. Dr. Avrin is a member of the Medical Center informatics team that seeks to improve quality of care, safety and efficiency through IT. To date, he has written fifty-five papers on these topics, and five book chapters on the clinical applications of digital medical imaging, and the investment and role of these various systems in the academic missions of education and research.
He is a fellow of the American College of Radiology and the Society of Imaging in Medicine. He has served in several university and national leadership positions, most recently as the program director of the UCSF Clinical Informatics Fellowship, and the chairman of the RSNA Steering Committee for Digital Roadmap Content.
Abdominal Imaging and Interventional Radiology
Abdominal and pelvic CT, CT portion of PET/CT, CTA and abdominal MR including MRCP and MRA
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