Radiology Personnel

Murat Sadic, MD, PhD, AHM, FSASS, DABNM

Associate Professor

Nuclear Medicine


Dr. Murat Sadic is a Board-Certified nuclear medicine physician and an Associate Professor at the University of Washington. He has been actively involved in clinical and investigative applications of nuclear medicine for more than 10 years.

Dr. Sadic completed his MD and (PhD equivalent) Nuclear Medicine training in Turkey, and later served as faculty at a prestigious Turkish institution. In 2015, he joined UPENN as a Research Fellow and subsequently completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Nuclear Therapies and Theranostic Applications at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, he was invited to Harvard Medical School. In 2019, he was recognized by the U.S. State Department as an “Extraordinary Academic Person” and received an EB1 Green Card. Then, he moved to the US and completed an additional residency and served as Chief Resident in Nuclear Medicine at the University of Washington, followed by a PET/CT Molecular Imaging Fellowship.

Dr. Sadic has received numerous awards, including “Young Scientific Research Award” in 2014 and 2016, and recognition from ASNC, RSNA, NASCI, IAEA, WHO, and TUBITAK.

As an active educator, he is dedicated to training residents and fellows. He is well-versed in general Nuclear Medicine studies and techniques, Nuclear Cardiology, PET/CT modalities, and various therapies and theranostic applications. He is widely published in the field of nuclear medicine and serves on the Editorial Review Board of several international journals. He is a member of the American Board of Nuclear Medicine, SNMMI, ACR, RSNA, EANM, and other professional organizations.

Research Interests

  • Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine
  • Theranostic-Individual Nuclear Therapy Applications
  • Molecular and Oncologic PET/CT Imaging with specific interests in cancer imaging
  • Nuclear Cardiology (SPECT and PET)
  • Discovery and Implementation of New Radiotracers for Human Use


2021 – 2023  Nuclear Medicine Residency

2023 – 2024  Nuclear Medicine PET/CT Fellowship