Breast Imaging

NYU Langone Breast Imaging provides comprehensive outpatient screening, diagnostic and interventional services for patients at several sites at the NYU Langone Medical Center. These sites include the NYU Langone Clinical Cancer Center, Center for Women’s Imaging, Center for Women’s Health, Gramercy Park Radiology (new), Columbus Radiology, Bellevue and Gouverneur Hospital.

Diagnostic services include high-resolution 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), low-dose digital mammography, ultrasonography, and conventional radiography. Interventional services include Ultrasound, stereotactic, and MRI guided core biopsies, Ultrasound guided fine needle aspirations (FNA), galactography, and needle localizations. Each of our 14 radiologists are fellowship trained in Breast Imaging and practice solely breast imaging.  Our specialty-trained staff is world-renowned in the fields of diagnostic and interventional breast radiology, publishing regularly in prestigious peer-reviewed journals and lecturing at breast and radiology meetings around the world.

We are proud to announce that NYU Langone Clinical Cancer Center and Bellevue have received The American College of Radiology’s (ACR) designation as a “Breast Imaging Center of Excellence”.

This signifies that our Breast Imaging Center provides services to our community at the highest standards of the Radiology profession. The Breast Imaging Center has been given this distinction for two consecutive years. This designation is awarded only if the center has achieved accreditation by the ACR in stereotactic breast biopsy, breast ultrasound and ultrasound guided breast biopsy and by the ACR or an FDA approved state credentialing body in mammography.

Our Faculty


The NYU breast imaging section provides state of the art diagnostic and interventional services to the New York community, while also serving as one of the leaders in breast imaging research.

Our Services

Learn more about the imaging and interventional services we offer.

Research/Education

Learn more about our current research projects and Breast imaging fellowship program.