The Neuroendovascular Fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia is a CAST certified two year fellowship program dedicated to training individuals who wish to pursue a career in interventional treatment of cerebrovascular disease.

Our program provides a unique fellowship experience through a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach including instruction in neuroendovascular surgery, skull base surgery, vascular neurology, and neurocritical care.  The Medical College of Georgia has been a national leader in stroke management over the past two decades. We were the first institution in the state of Georgia and second in the entire southeast to obtain the designation of a comprehensive stroke center. As the largest and only public medical school in Georgia, our comprehensive stroke center serves thousands of stroke patients per year. We provide state of the art care with extensive research in areas of stem cell and medical therapy as well as access to novel medical device used for treatment of stroke.


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Current Fellows

Neuroendovascular Fellowship Faculty

Fellowship Research

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Dr. Scott Y. Rahimi

  • Director Cerebrovascular & Endovascular Services
  • Co-Dir., Comprehensive Stroke Center
  • Prog. Dir., Neuroendovascular Fellowship
  • Assoc. Program Director, Neurosurgery Residency