Locations and contactI see patients at
Address3181 SW Sam Jackson Park RdPortland, Oregon 97239
Main Hospital, tenth floor
Dr. Alice Fung is a professor of Diagnostic Radiology at OHSU. She joined the OHSU faculty in September of 2007. Her specialty is body imaging with broad experience in adult trauma, oncology, and gynecology. Her specific interests include CT colonography, image-guided procedures, MRI, and hepatobiliary imaging. She functions as part of the multidisciplinary hepatobiliary team at OHSU and serves on national and international committees related to liver imaging. Dr. Fung is the co-director of the Body Imaging Fellowship which offers subspecialty training in adult abdominal and pelvic imaging. Dr. Fung also has a special interest in diversity and inclusion, previously serving on OHSU’s School of Medicine’s Diversity Affairs Committee and currently chairing the Diagnostic Radiology’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee to promote a richer environment where people of all backgrounds may feel welcomed and included at OHSU.
Education and training
- M.D., 2001, University of Texas Health Science Center
- Diagnostic Radiology, Hospital of St. Raphael-Yale School of Medicine Affiliate, New Haven, CT. 2006
- Body Imaging Fellowship, Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA. 2007
- American Board of Diagnostic Radiology, 2006.
Memberships and associations:
- Radiological Society of North America
- American Roentgen Ray Society
- Society of Abdominal Radiology
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