If you want to know a little about us, here you go...
Roy Filly, MD
Dr. Filly trained in radiology at Stanford University and as a senior resident actually started their ultrasound department.
He then went on to the faculty at University of California, San Francisco where he took a position of chief of ultrasound and began one of the most sought after fellowships in the world. His first fellow and then long time partner was Peter Callen, MD.
Roy was one of the pioneers of the field, publishing over 500 peer reviewed papers and 70 book chapters. He trained thousands of students over the years, many of whom themselves, went on to greatness.
Roy was also co-founder of the fetal treatment program at UCSF with Drs. Mitchel Golbus and Mike Harrison. They pioneered the way for the field of fetal intervention and surgery.
He is now a professor emeritus at UCSF and still enjoys his work and teaching day.
Anthony Filly, MD
Roy's son, Tony, had the honor of being the final fellow that the senior Dr. Filly trained as head of ultrasound prior to becoming an emeritus professor.
He initially trained as an internist at Duke University, prior to changing course and following in his father's footsteps, attending radiology residency at Stanford University.
Currently, Tony Filly is in private practice but also on the clinical faculty at Stanford where he was voted
Clinical Faculty "Teacher of the Year"
2014 and 2015.
Having been in private practice now for more than 10 years, he knows many of the pains of general radiologists and obstetricians, as well as community sonographers who don’t get to see multiple cases of congenital anomalies every day at a tertiary care hospital like UCSF.
Tony will get to “act” as the fellow in our teaching and readout sessions.