Dr. Mari Aparici is a radiologist who specializes in nuclear medicine at UCSF Medical Center. Nuclear medicine is a subspecialty of radiology that uses very small amounts of radioactive substances to examine organ function and structure. It also can be used to treat certain diseases.
Aparici earned a medical degree at the University of Valencia in Spain. She completed a doctorate in internal medicine at the Autonomous University of Barcelona as well a master's degree and a residency in nuclear medicine. At Stanford University, she completed a residency in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, and fellowships in cardiovascular, breast and basic science molecular imaging. She has several publications and extensive research and clinical experience using PET/CT and SPET/CT techniques. Aparici is an associate professor in residence in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging.
Universidad de Valencia School of Medicine 1992
Sant Pau Hospital School of Medicine 2000
Stanford University Medical Center 2005
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