Marsha Roberts ’90, M.D.

Molecular Biology
Danville, CA
Chief of Radiology, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Marsha Roberts, M.D. is Chief of Radiology at Kaiser Permanente for the Diablo Service Area, where she oversees radiology operations for two hospitals and seven outpatient imaging centers. She is a member of the Regional Imaging Strategy Group, which oversees capital projects and equipment for all Kaiser Radiology departments throughout Northern California.

Marsha is an advocate for diversity, inclusion, and closing the equity gap in education. She recognizes the importance of providing resources to underrepresented and low-income college students to boost matriculation and graduation rates. She has supported the Cal Alumni Association’s KASP and TAAP Alumni Scholars’ programs and the UC Berkeley African American Initiative. She has participated in the CAA scholarship selection process, including interviews and application readings. She has been involved with various campus student-alumni networking activities, including Cal Student Orientation day and the UC Berkeley-AMSA Physician Networking Night. She recently established a Cal Corporate Alumni Committee for Kaiser physicians whose mission is to support CAA Alumni Scholars through fundraising, scholarship reading, and student engagement. She is also a member of the Tri-Valley Cal Alumni Club.

Marsha earned her B.A. in molecular biology from UC Berkeley in 1990. She went on to earn her medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in diagnostic radiology at the University of California, San Diego, where she was chief resident, and did a fellowship at UCSD in interventional radiology. She practiced diagnostic and interventional radiology at John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek and Concord campuses, before joining Kaiser Permanente in 2011.