University at Buffalo Neurosurgery offers three CAST-Accredited fellowships that are centered in Endovascular, Spine, and Functional Neurosurgery.

Endovascular Fellowship

This fellowship in Buffalo is known world-wide as one of the premier endovascular neurosurgery fellowships, headed by Adnan Siddiqui, MD. The case volume and level of case complexity makes us one of the business centers anywhere in the nation. Fellows are fully immersed in the latest endovascular techniques and patient care. Graduates from this fellowship have gone on to be leaders in this field throughout the US and in many parts of the world.

Neuroendovascular Fellowship Director

Adnan Siddiqui, MD PhD FAHA
Vice-Chairman and Professor of Neurosurgery
University at Buffalo Neurosurgery
100 High Street, Section B4
Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: (716) 218-1000; Fax: (716) 859-7480
Email: as257@buffalo.edu

Please email inquiries regarding the endovascular fellowship to:
Reagan O’Toole, Administrative Assistant to Dr. Siddiqui, at rotoole@ubns.com.

Endovascular Fellowship Program

Spine Fellowship

Our spine fellowship, headed by John Pollina, MD, encompasses a broad spectrum of complex spine cases including minimally invasive spine and robotic techniques, as well as spinal deformity under Jeffrey Mullin, MD.

Dr. Pollina is one of the leading experts nationally in robotic spine and this combination, along with Dr. Mullin’s spinal deformity expertise, provides a well-balanced sub-specialization and robust clinical volume. This fellowship focuses on the latest advancements in both open and minimally invasive techniques and fellows will hopefully continue down the path of future advancements in spine surgery being developed right here in Buffalo.

Spine Fellowship Director

John Pollina, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery, Director of Spine Surgery
University at Buffalo Neurosurgery
40 George Karl Blvd, Suite 200
Williamsville, NY 14221
Phone: (716) 218-1000;
Email: jpollina@buffalo.edu

Please email inquiries regarding the spine fellowship to:
Mary Pocobello, Administrative Assistant to Dr. Pollina, at mpocobello@ubns.com.

Spine Fellowship Program

Functional Neurosurgery Fellowship

Our newest fellowship is in Functional neurosurgery is headed by Jonathan Riley, MD and encompasses the latest technology currently available with robust case volumes. The fellow will be exposed to the full breadth of all contemporary offerings of this emerging field and the program is structured specifically to place heavy emphasis on the clinical and surgical evaluation and treatment in patients with movement disorders, medically refractory epilepsy, and chronic pain. Working with our neurology colleagues the candidate gains exposure to the proper diagnosing and treatment options best suited to each patient.

Functional Neurosurgery Fellowship Director

Jonathan Riley, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery, Director of Functional Neurosurgery
University at Buffalo Neurosurgery
40 George Karl Blvd, Suite 200
Williamsville, NY 14221
Phone: (716) 218-1000;
Email: jriley@ubns.edu

Please email inquiries regarding the functional neurosurgery fellowship to:
Jessica Kryszako, Administrative Assistant to Dr. Riley, at jkryszako@ubns.com.

Functional Fellowship Program

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