Training Pathways

Medical students or neurology residents who are interested in becoming interventional neurologists can take the following training routes. 

First step: 
Complete a general neurology residency. 

Second step: 

Choice number 1:
Fellowship training in vascular neurology followed by two years of neuro-interventional training. 

Choice number 2:
Fellowship training in neurocritical care and diagnostic neuro-interventional procedures over two years followed by one year of training in interventional procedures. 

 

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