George J. So, MD, MSE received his medical training at the University of
Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. He continued his internal medicine
internship at Cedar Sinai Medical Center and his radiology residency training
at the University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center where he was
elected as Chief Resident. Dr. So is board certified and is a diplomat
of the American Board of Radiology. He is also fellowship trained at the
University of California, Los Angeles in both neuroradiology, and cardiovascular/interventional
radiology. Before his medical training, Dr. So studied electrical engineering
and computer engineering; he graduated Summa Cum Laude in both degrees.
He has performed extensive research in hardware design and optimization
in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) at the University of California, Berkeley
and the University of California, San Francisco and has published numerous
original research articles in peer-reviewed journals. Dr So has co-authored
chapters in medical textbooks and has received research grants from the
National Institute of Health.
Dr. So is the president of the Los Angeles Radiological Society. He was
Chief in the Department of Radiology at Torrance Memorial Medical Center
and was appointed clinical assistant professor in the Department of Radiological
Sciences at UCLA Medical Center. He has also served as Chairman in Continuing
Education Committee at the Los Angeles Radiological Society, Board Member
of the California Radiological Society, and Counselor of the American
College of Radiology.