The Neuroendovascular Fellowship offered through the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, Wisconsin, is a joint program between the Departments of Neurological Surgery and Radiology under the direction of program director Beverly Aagaard-Kienitz and co-director David B. Niemann, MD.
Additionally, the fellowship is overseen by the following UW School of Medicine and Public Health faculty:
Neuroendovascular Fellowship Information
Join one of the most established and advanced CAST-accredited cerebrovascular centers in the Midwest, with a rich history in the field as the second institution in the world to coil cerebral aneurysms (1991). From 2010 to 2012, 616 intracranial aneurysms were treated at UW Hospital. UW Health's Neuroendovascular Surgeyr program continues to innovate and lead as one of the first certified Comprehensive Stroke Centers in the United States. We have experienced faculty that offer the entire array of treatments for vascular disease of the CNS. State-of-the-art clinical and research equipment complement innovative imaging protocols in technologically advanced procedures.
- Length of program: One year. A second year of Neuroendovascular training may be available.
- Elective Opportunities: Currently all rotations at UW School of Medicine and Public Health facilities but extended to local private hospitals
- Number of graduates: Seven
- License/certification: Wisconsin medical license, board eligible or certified neurosurgeon or radiologist
- MD or DO with Board Eligibility/Board Certification in Diagnostic Radiology or Neurosurgery
- Eligible to obtain a Wisconsin Medical License and be credentialed at the
- Completion of an ACGME-accredited Neurosurgery residency or completion of an ACGME-accredited Radiology residency plus one full year of an ACGME-accredited diagnostic neuroradiology fellowship
- Must be able to complete Wisconsin Caregiver Law requirements
The fellow's patient mix is 80 percent adult patients and 20 percent pediatric cases, in all modalities and in the following clinical settings:
- American Family Children's Hospital
- UW Hospital and Clinics
- William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital (VA)
- State-of-the-art imaging equipment at UW Hospital and Clinics: Siemens Artis Zee Biplane imaging system, Siemens Artis Zeego imaging system, nine GE multislice CT scanners, CT fluoroscopy, large-bore CT for interventional, CT-PET, 1.5-3.0 T GE
MRI, X- MRI; GE, Phillips and Siemens Ultrasound; McKesson PACS archive system.
- VA Hospital: Siemens Artis Zee biplane imaging system.
- American Family Children's Hospital: New Siemens Q.Zen biplane imaging system in dedicated multispecialty Angio/OR opening January 2014
- State-of-the-art Siemens Artis Zee Biplane imaging system research suite for neuroendovascular research at Wisconsin Institute for Medical Research (WIMR).
- Current research: 4D DSA, Omni-plane imaging, C-arm CBV, CBF and MTT imaging, Volume of Interest (VOI) Imaging of Endovascular Devices, Intra-lumenal flow diverters
WEBfor aneurysm treatment and CFD evaluation, Endovascular delivery of Factors and evaluation of neuroprotective benefit in a focal ischemic model.
If you would like more information, please contact Holly Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 263-8328.