Dr Gerard O' Sullivan
Dr Gerard O’Sullivan is a consultant interventional radiologist at University Hospital Galway, Ireland. Previously, he held a consultant radiologist position at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, US.
Dr O’Sullivan completed his basic medical training (MBBS) at University College Cork, Ireland. After his graduation in 1990, he completed postgraduate training in Plymouth and at St George’s Hospital, London, UK. He received a fellowship training in interventional radiology at Stanford University, California, US.
Dr O’Sullivan’s expertise in interventional radiology is one of contributing factors that make University Hospital Galway one of the key centres in Europe for endovascular reconstruction. Beside his work on deep venous disease therapies, he is also collaborating on several novel medical devices’ developments. His main research interests include acute thrombosis, IVC reconstruction, limb swelling and cancer patients, pelvic vein embolisation and inflow into scarred common femoral vein.
Dr O’Sullivan was inducted as a fellow to the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) in 2016. He is a fellow and examiner for the European Board of Interventional Radiology.