Michael D. Hope, MD

Michael D. Hope, MD, is an Assistant Professor in Residence in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco. He obtained his medical degree in 2004 from Stanford University Medical Center, California. The following year, he did a one-year Internal Medicine internship at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. In 2009, Dr. Hope completed a four-year Diagnostic Radiology residency at UCSF, followed by a one-year clinical fellowship in Cardiopulmonary Imaging from UCSF, completed in 2010.

Dr. Hope’s primary research interest is MR blood flow imaging in the clinical management of patients with cardiovascular disease. Dr. Hope’s long-term goal is to expand significantly the role of MR blood flow imaging in the clinical management of patients with cardiovascular disease. He has extensive experience with 4D Flow vascular imaging, and with his experiences learning MR scanning and post-processing techniques from medical school, Dr. Hope seeks to undertake a larger responsibility in longitudinal study of patients with bicuspid vales to assess the consequences of the flow disturbances he has identified.

Dr. Hope has extensive research experience, with 33 peer-reviewed publications, 28 published articles, 2 book chapters, and 5 significant publications.

2017 Presentations & Workshops 

Incidental Findings At Cardiovascular CT & Their Management
Tuesday | 16:00-16:30
Track 3 | Readout With The Professor

Assistant Professor of Radiology | University of California, San Francisco

Assistant Professor of Radiology | University of California, San Francisco


2016 Presentations & Workshops

Session: Vascular | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016

  • Is Non-contrast CT Really Needed for Acute Aortic Evaluation
  • Penetrating Aortic Ulcer Versus Pseudoaneurysm: Where is the line?