Dr. Robert Brasch is a radiologist based in San Francisco, California. He has an extensive medical experience of 46 years. Dr. Brasch graduated in 1970 from Washington University St. Louis. He had an internship in internal medicine at University of California San Diego and he completed his residency in radiology at UCSF. Dr. Brasch is a board-certified specialist in diagnostic radiology and pediatric radiology. He has also been actively involved in the research area where he contributed to several studies that focused on dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI monitoring, imatinib mesylate evaluation, Gadolinium accumulation and liver fibrosis, contrast media toxicity. Mr. Brasch currently works for UCSF Medical Center.
Washington University St. Louis
University of California San Diego
American Board of Radiology
Evaluation of a novel macromolecular cascade-polymer contrast medium for dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI monitoring of antiangiogenic bevacizumab therapy in a human mela...
Cyran, C. C.,Fu, Y.,Rogut, V.,Chaopathomkul, B.,Wendland, M. F.,Shames, D. M.,Brasch, R. C.; Acad Radiol. 2013 Oct.See more >>
Evaluation of imatinib mesylate as a possible treatment for nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in a rat model.
Hope, T. A., Leboit, P. E., High, W. A., Fu, Y., Brasch, R. C.; Magn Reson Imaging. 2013 Jan.See more >>
Gadolinium accumulation and fibrosis in the liver after administration of gadoxetate disodium in a rat model of active hepatic fibrosis.
Hope, T. A., Doherty, A., Fu, Y., Aslam, R., Qayyum, A., Brasch, R. C.; Radiology. 2012 Aug.See more >>