RLI Taking the Lead Podcasts

Episode 2: Judy Yee, MD, FACR

Serving Vulnerable Populations From Coast to Coast

October 17, 2018

Join us for an in-depth conversation about how Dr. Judy Yee’s early leadership influences and experiences have shaped her current approach as department chair at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and her perspective on the importance of leadership development opportunities for women in radiology.

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About Judy Yee, MD, FACR

Judy Yee, MD, FACR, is the University Chair of Radiology at Montefiore and Professor of Radiology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She received her medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and performed an internship at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Yee then returned to Einstein and completed a residency in Radiology. She performed an abdominal imaging fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center and was then recruited to stay on as faculty. During her tenure at UCSF, Dr. Yee became Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and Vice Chair of Radiology. She also served as the Chief of Radiology at the San Francisco VA Medical Center.

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Did you know?

Dr. Yee has been married to her husband for 20 years. He is a dentist. Their daughter attends Barnard College, where Dr. Yee attended college. Dr. Yee enjoys traveling with her family and together, they have visited almost all the continents.

At one point, Dr. Yee thought about going in to pediatrics, and then thought about pediatric radiology although she ended up specializing in abdominal radiology.

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