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Our Physicians

Dr. Jerome Barakos


Dr. Barakos received his MD degree from the University of Southern California in 1986 and completed his medical internship and radiology residency at the University of California, San Francisco. He then completed a two-year neuroradiology fellowship in both adult and pediatric neuroradiology at the University of California, San Francisco.  Dr. Barakos is a Senior Member of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and board certified in radiology with a certificate in added qualification in the subspecialty of neuroradiology.

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Dr. Brian Bronzo

Dr. Brian Bronzo received his undergraduate degree from the Johns Hopkins University. He obtained his medical degree from Harvard Medical School followed by residency in Diagnostic Radiology and fellowship in Interventional Radiology at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. M. Allen Fry


Dr. Fry graduated from Dartmouth Medical School, followed by residency in diagnostic radiology at University of New Mexico Hospital and two fellowships in Women’s Imaging and Thoracic Imaging at San Francisco General Hospital and UCSF, respectively. He was honored with the Outstanding Teaching Fellow Award during his fellowship at UCSF.  Prior to making the Bay Area his home, he served in the US Public Health Service and was Chief of Medical Imaging at Public Health Service Indian Hospital in Albuquerque and Assistant Professor at University of New Mexico Medical Center. Dr. Fry is currently a breast imaging specialist.  

Dr. William B. Harvey


Dr. Harvey graduated from Duke University with a BA degree in English and earned his MD at University of Alabama School of Medicine.  He began his postgraduate training in ob/gyn at Rush University, followed by diagnostic radiology residency at Georgetown University and fellowship in abdominal imaging at New York University Medical Center.  Dr. Harvey holds special interest and expertise in CT and MR imaging of the liver, pancreas, and biliary and renal systems.

Dr. Amy Huang


Dr. Huang received her MD degree from John Hopkins School of Medicine She completed radiology residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital and neuroradiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, both affiliates of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Huang holds a certificate of added qualification in neuroradiology. She has written multiple articles and received several teaching awards. Dr. Huang has a particular interest in advanced stroke imaging. 

San Francisco Division of CAIMA consists of 21 radiologists and 4 different physical sites within the Sutter Health West Bay Region/California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) network: Pacific Campus, California Campus, Davies Campus, and St. Luke’s Campus.  The largest, not-for-profit hospital in San Francisco, CPMC is a teaching and research hospital with various residency and fellowship programs in addition to the full spectrum of clinical services.  The Division serves diverse populations in various geographical areas of San Francisco, ranging from community primary care to tertiary organ transplant.  Notable clinical services include partnership with Stanford University School of Medicine in pediatrics, extensive solid organ transplant service, advanced stroke treatments, centers of excellence in oncologic services, and the largest breast imaging center in the city. All radiologists are board-certified by American Board of Radiology, and the majority has advanced fellowship training with subspecializations within the field of diagnostic radiology.

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Pacific Campus

2333 Buchanan Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

415-600-3232


California Campus

3700 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118

415-600-0800


Davis Campus

Castro & Duboce, San Francisco, CA 94114

415-600-6180


St. Luke’s Campus

3555 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, CA 94110

415-641-6545

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Dr. Edward L. Baker

Dr. Baker received his MD degree from Georgetown Medical School in 1975.  Following this, he completed his radiology residency and fellowship at UCSF Medical Center, specializing in Body CT and Gastrointestinal Imaging. Known for his talent and dedication, Dr. Baker has practiced since 1981 at California Pacific Medical Center. His subspecialty interests include interventional radiology as well as body imaging, with added expertise in CT virtual colonoscopy, CT coronary angiography and hepatic disease. A Clinical Professor of Radiology at UCSF Medical Center for many years, Dr. Baker loves to teach and has lectured as well as written chapters on liver imaging and intervention.

Dr. Christopher Kagay

Dr. Kagay is Chairman of the Department of Radiology at California Pacific Medical Center and President of the San Francisco Division of CAIMA. He also serves as the Director of Abdominal Imaging at CPMC. Dr. Kagay received his undergraduate education at Harvard University and his M.D. degree from the University of California, San Francisco. He completed his residency in radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, the largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where he served as Chief Resident in Radiology in 2007-8.

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Dr. Bernice Law

Dr. Law received her MD degree from University of California, San Francisco. She completed her radiology residency at Mallinkrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Law then completed her pediatric radiology fellowship at Children's Hospital at Los Angeles and holds the Certificate of Added Qualification in pediatric radiology.

Dr. Myron Marx

Dr. Marx received his M.D. degree from the University of California, San Diego where he also completed his diagnostic radiology residency.  He then completed a two year cardiovascular and interventional fellowship at Harvard Medical School at the Brigham and Women's Hospital.  Dr. Marx has published extensively with 30 peer-reviewed contributions to the literature.  Dr. Marx is a fellow of the American College of Radiology and holds a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from the American Board of Radiology.  Dr. Marx is also the Company Medical Advisor to the San Francisco Opera.

Dr. Maya Meux

Dr. Meux graduated from UC Berkeley and earned her medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine. She completed residency in diagnostic radiology also at Tufts, followed by fellowship in ultrasound at UCSF Medical Center. Prior to joining CAIMA, Dr. Meux was faculty at Department of Radiology at UCSF Medical Center. Her current clinical focus is CT imaging of the abdomen and pelvis. 

Dr. John Bokelman

Dr Bokelman received his medical degree from Creighton University, School of Medicine and completed his residency in radiology at University of California, San Francisco.  He is the Chair of the Radiology Department and Imaging Director of the Breast Health Center at St Luke’s Campus and specializes in body and breast imaging.

Dr. Susan Denny

Dr Denny received her medical degree form NYU School of Medicine and completed her radiology residency at Mt Zion Hospital, followed by a fellowship in Ultrasound at UCSF Medical center. She is currently a general radiologist with an expertise in Breast Imaging. She has published several research papers on the subject of mammography.

Dr. Kirk Moon

Dr. Moon attended the University of Southern California Medical School and did his radiology residency at the University of California, San Francisco.  He completed a fellowship in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at UCSF. He has been a member of the radiology department at California Pacific Medical Center for 30 years and was the Chair of the Department of Radiology at CPMC from 2001-14. His clinical interests center on neuroradiology and magnetic resonance imaging.  

Dr. Alan Oshita

Dr. Oshita received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed internship in Internal Medicine, residency in diagnostic radiology, followed by a fellowship in cross sectional imaging, all at Stanford University Hospital. He has an interest in all areas of diagnostic imaging.

Dr. Derk Purcell

Dr. Purcell received his MD and completed his residency and neuroradiology fellowship at the University of California San Francisco. He holds a certificate of advanced qualification in neuroradiology and is a Senior Member of the American Society of Neuroradiology. Dr. Purcell currently serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in Neuroradiology at UCSF. Dr. Purcell has published several articles and book chapters on neuroradiology. Imaging specialties include stroke, head and neck, and neurodegenerative disease.

Dr. John Schrumpf

Dr. Schrumpf received his MD from Yale University and completed medical internship at Stanford, followed by Diagnostic Radiology residency at UCSF. Previously Vice Chair of CPMC Radiology and Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF, Dr. Schrumpf now specializes in breast diagnostic imaging and image guided breast biopsies at the CPMC Breast Health Center.   Dr Schrumpf is a past president of the San Francisco Radiological Society and a Fellow of the American College of Radiology.

Dr. Susan Stevens

Dr. Stevens received her medical degree from Stanford Medical School and completed her internship and medicine residency at Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, followed by radiology residency at Stanford.  She completed an imaging fellowship in Body MRI at UCSF where she became an Assistant Professor of Radiology, and is now an Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology.  She is currently Chief of Genitourinary Imaging at California Pacific Medical Center and has expertise in MR imaging of female and male pelvic disorders.  

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Dr. Max Wu

Dr. Wu received a PhD in bioengineering from UCSF before entering medicine. He graduated from the School of Medicine at UC San Diego. He completed his radiology residency and nuclear medicine fellowship at UCSF, and he is board-certified by both the American Board of Radiology and the American Board of Nuclear Medicine. Dr. Wu is the San Francisco division chief of nuclear medicine and an adjunct faculty member at UCSF.

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Dr. Ricky Tong

Dr. Tong graduated from Caltech with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering and earned his PhD degree at Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology.  He received his MD degree at Stanford University School of Medicine and completed radiology residency and fellowship in Interventional Radiology at UCSF Medical Center.  He has an interest in interventional oncology. 

Dr. Nazia Jafri

Dr. Jafri received her M.D. degree from Boston University as part of the seven-year combined BA/MD program.  She completed radiology residency at UCSF, where she served as chief resident from 2011-2012.  She also completed a one-year breast imaging fellowship at UCSF.  Her clinical interests include both breast imaging and general radiology. 

Dr. Dare Olorunsola

Dr. Olorunsola received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and medical degree from Columbia University. He went on to do both radiology residency and interventional radiology fellowship at UCSF, completing training in 2015. Areas of publication include IVC filters and Yttrium-90 radioembolization. Areas of particular clinical focus include interventional oncology and transplant-related interventions.