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Dr. Suresh Reddy, an Indian American neuro interventional radiologist and a past president of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), has assumed charge as the president of Indian American Medical Association, Illinois.
Dr. Reddy was educated, trained, and board certified in neuro-radiology, interventional radiology and interventional neuro-radiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts,
He has served as the chief of interventional neuroradiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and on faculty at Harvard Medical School for almost a decade.
Dr. Reddy has been involved in the highly specialized techniques and art of treating aneurysms and strokes in the brain. He is also extensively trained to perform complex procedures in the most inaccessible regions of the spine.
Author of many international medical journal articles, Dr. Reddy has traveled extensively, giving specialty lectures on the complex procedures that he does.
Active in teaching and mentoring many medical students and residents, Dr. Reddy has received numerous teaching and mentoring awards. He is a four-time recipient of “Faculty award for excellence in teaching” awarded by the Harvard medical students and residents.
Dr. Reddy MD, MHM (Health Management and Policy) completed his medical education in India at Kakatiya/Osmania Medical Colleges, before immigrating to the United States.
He currently serves as the chief of radiology at Hines Medical Center, and associate professor of radiology at Loyola Medical Center in Chicago.