Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship

The endovascular neurosurgery fellowship at UPMC has proudly graduated numerous exceptional trainees in the management of complex cerebrovascular disease. Faculty includes two neurosurgeons: Bradley Gross, MD, (program director) and Michael Lang, MD, and two interventional neurologists: Raul G. Nogueira, MD, and Alhamza R. Al-Bayati, MD. All faculty enjoy teaching the full scope of endovascular and each proudly bring unique aspects to the educational experience. 
Endovascular volumes are generally robust with over 2,000 cases per year including over 300 stroke thrombectomies and over 150 aneurysm treatments. The fellowship is two years in duration with 1-2 fellows per year. Fellows are strongly encouraged to engage in active research, attend local and national conferences and take advantage of simulator opportunities as feasible. Numerous IRB-approved prospective databases are maintained to facilitate the research experience, with hundreds of peer-reviewed articles published over the years by our neuroendovascular fellows. We remain actively engage in innumerable multicenter ischemic and hemorrhagic disease trials to which fellows gain direct exposure and experience.

For more information and to apply, please contact Dr. Gross at grossb2@upmc.edu.