Dr. Stevens received her medical degree from Stanford Medical School and completed her internship and medicine residency at Harvard’s Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, followed by radiology residency at Stanford. She completed an imaging fellowship in Body MRI at UCSF where she became an Assistant Professor of Radiology, and is now an Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology. She is currently Chief of Genitourinary Imaging at California Pacific Medical Center and has expertise in MR imaging of female and male pelvic disorders.
She has received awards for teaching and from the National Council on Radiation Protection for her work using MRI to evaluate bone marrow changes following radiation. Dr. Stevens has published both peer-reviewed primary research papers and review articles on the subject of Pelvic MRI. She is a past manuscript reviewer for the journal Radiographics, past president of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Association for Women Radiologists, and volunteers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.