About the Neurosurgery Endovascular Fellowship Program

Fellowship Director: David Case
Endovascular Team: David Case M.D., Zach Folzenlogen M.D., Christopher Roark M.D., Joshua Seinfeld M.D. 

The Endovascular Fellowship Program at University of Colorado is one of our newer fellowships and spans a wide range of adult and pediatric cerebrovascular diseases.  Endovascular management training includes (but is not limited to) arterial ischemic stroke, cerebral aneurysms, cerebral and head/neck vascular malformations, carotid disease, head/neck tumors, spinal tumors and AV fistulae, and vein of Galen malformations.  

This is a highly selective two year program. We are interested in all candidates from all backgrounds including neurosurgery, neurology(with neurocritical care/stroke fellowship training), and radiology(with neuroradiology fellowship training)The first year focuses on diagnostic cerebral and spinal arteriography along with learning disease process pathophysiology and management. The second year is highly procedural and includes endovascular treatment cases for both pediatric and adult patients from across the city and entire region. Fellows will see as many as 600 to 800 cases per year. In addition to the cases from the University Hospital and Children’s Hospital, we are also the major referral site for Denver Health and the new VA Medical Center, and we have a new endovascular attending at UCHealth’s brand new Highlands Ranch Hospital.  

It’s an exciting program to be a part of, as UCHealth is a Comprehensive Stroke Center, we have the only Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit in the Rocky Mountain region.

For more information, contact:
David Case, M.D., Fellowship Director David.case@cuanschutz.edu
Or 
Krystin Martinez, Business Services Principal Professional Krystin.martinez@cuanschutz.edu