Neurointerventional Radiology Fellowship

(Prerequisite of 1 year diagnostic neuroradiology training)

The Neurointerventional Radiology fellowship involves extensive training, under the supervision of three full-time faculty, in diagnostic (1,000 cases per year) and interventional (600 cases per year) neuroradiology as well as intensive care unit medicine. Applicants from radiology are required to have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology and twelve months of diagnostic neuroradiology training. Applicants from neurological surgery and neurology must have completed their residency and be board eligible.  Neurology applicants must complete a vascular neurology fellowship prior to doing the NIR fellowship.  Our program currently accepts one or two trainees per year and the minimum fellowship duration is twenty-four months. 

(Neurointerventional Radiology DOES NOT participate in the NRMP match)

UCSF Radiology - Neuro Interventional Fellows 2023-2024

Neurointerventional Radiology Fellowship Training Director

Associate Professor
Director, Neuro Interventional Fellowship Program
Co-Director, Pulsatile Tinnitus Clinic
Department of Radiology
Assoc. Professor in Residence