CRS and ACR Leaders Attend Memorial Service for
Renowned Radiologist Dr. William G. Bradley

The radiology community mourned the passing of Dr. William Bradley. Dr. Bradley served as the Department Chairman for Radiology (at UCSD Medical Center) for many years, and currently as Professor of Emeritus.

Dr. Bradley served as the Department Chairman for Radiology (at UCSD Medical Center) for many years, and currently as Professor of Emeritus.

While at UCSF in the late 1970s, Dr. Bradley first became involved in magnetic resonance imaging, initially "translating" the physics of MRI for other radiologists. His subsequent research has been focused on MRI of flow phenomena, hemorrhage, stroke, MS, and normal pressure hydrocephalus as well as other topics involving MRI of the brain. He has published over 200 papers, 54 chapters, and 21 textbooks, including the first general MRI text in the field, Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Those of you who knew Dr. Bradley, knew that he had a larger-than-life personality, with an infectious smile, and will be greatly missed.

  

  

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