Santiago Ortega-Gutierrez, MD, MSc
University of Iowa
Dr. Santiago Ortega earned his MD at University of Alcala in Madrid Spain, did his Internal Medicine and Neurology residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and completed a Neurocritical care and Stroke Fellowship at Columbia University in New York. During this time, he was awarded with the 2012 institutional NIH-funded SPOTRIAS fellowship from the stroke department at Columbia University. Dr Ortega also completed an Endovascular Neurosurgery fellowship at Mount Sinai in New York. Currently, he is the Director of Neuro Interventional Surgery in Neurology, Neuroendovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Associate Fellowship and Cerebrovascular and Neurointerventional Research lab at the University of Iowa. His research interest includes cerebral autoregulation and hemodynamics, neuroimaging as a selection tool and developing novel endovascular approaches and devices to treat cerebrovascular ischemic and hemorrhagic disease. He also serves as a BOD for the Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN), and the Vice-Chair for MT2020+.
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