Eric C. Wang, MD

Dr. Wang is a board-certified practicing radiologist and partner at Golden Gate Radiology passionate about improving healthcare delivery and communication with technology. He is active with Health 2.0 and Rockhealth and serves on the advisory board for Medigram and is a medical expert consultant to Medhelp and ChickRx. He enjoys tennis, traveling, hiking, biking, and diving.

Dr. Wang graduated from Harvard University magna cum laude in Chemistry and then earned his MD at UCLA. After two years as an orthopedic surgery resident, Eric switched to radiology, training at the University of Washington.











Medical Practice
Golden Gate Radiology
Phone: 415.677.2320
Fax: 415.677.2444
A.B., Chemistry, Harvard University - 1998
M.D., UCLA - 2002
Medical Training
University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Orthopedic Surgery - Internship - - 2003
University of Washington, Radiology - Residency - - 2008
Veteran's General Hospital, Taiwan, MRI - Fellowship - - 2006
Board Certification
2008: American Board of Radiology
Diplomate, American Board of Radiology
Member, Radiologic Society of North America (RSNA)
Member, American College of Radiology (ACR)  
Fred Mann Research Prize 
Silver Medal Award for Educational Presentation, 
American Roentgen Ray Society, 2006. 
Society for Interventional Radiology Member-in-Training Award 
Outstanding Resident in Musculoskeletal Radiology 
Longmire Medal in Surgery 
Pathology Symposium Award from Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 
Short Term Training Program Research Grant, UCLA Medical School 
John Harvard Scholarship
Presentations and Papers
Wang EC, Mitsumori LM, Branch K, Sheehan FH, May JM, Shuman WP, et. al. Comparison of streak artifact and lumen opacification in the pulmonary arteries, coronary arteries, and thoracic aorta utilizing a triphasic blended contrast injection protocol for prospective and retrospectively gated 64d Triple Rule Out exams 

RADIOLOGIC SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA, 2006 Chicago, IL Wang EC, Sammer M. Evaluation of Blunt Aortic Injury in Blunt Trauma 

AMERICAN ROENGTEN RAY SOCIETY, 2006 Vancouver, BC Wang EC, Sammer M. Mediastinal Hematoma and Angiographic Correlation in Blunt Trauma
Awarded silver medal for outstanding exhibit. 

Wang EC, Chew F. MR findings of Xanax injection to the femoral artery with microembolization and rhabdomyolysis. Radiology Case Reports (2006;1:99-102.) 

Wang EC, Chew F. MR findings of isolated trapezius avulsion in a patient with multiple sclerosis and spasticity. Radiology Case Reports (2006;1:96-98) 

Wang EC, Chew F. Peroneal nerve compression caused by ruptured proximal tibio-fibular joint ganglion cyst documented on MR. Radiology Case Reports (2007; 2:2) 


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