Alan R. Reeves, MD
Dr. Reeves is the Section Head of Interventional Neuroradiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He is board-certified in Neuroradiology, with fellowship training in Interventional Neuroradiology at Yale. He earned his MD at the University of Kansas, and internship, Radiology residency, and a Neuroradiology fellowship at Indiana University.
Dr. Reeves’ primary focus is Interventional Neuroradiology. The KU health system is a primary referral center for a large region, and Dr. Reeves performs complex brain aneurysm treatment, acute stroke thrombectomy, AVM and A-V fistula embolization, tumor embolization, intracranial and carotid stenting, head/neck biopsies, and multiple spine procedures.
In his spare time, Dr. Reeves enjoys time with his wife and three kids, boating, hunting, skiing, lake-time, golfing, watching sports (and kid’s sports!), listening to music, grilling, working out, hanging with friends, and being outdoors.
With primary focus in Interventional Neuroradiology, Dr. Reeves' research focus is cutting edge principles and technology for acute stroke intervention. Use of emerging tools and techniques for endovascular aneurysm treatment, is another area of research focus for Dr. Reeves.
Through publications, grants and clinical trials and more, Dr. Reeves' scholarly activity proves his dedication to this highly specialized division of Radiology.