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Dotter Interventional Institute

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Bryan D. Petersen, M.D.

E-mail: peterseb@ohsu.edu Phone Number: (503) 494-7660

In July 1999, Dr. Bryan Petersen was promoted to associate professor of Interventional Radiology at both the Dotter Institute and the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Surgery at OHSU. He continues to be the Director of Angiography and Interventional Radiology, and of non-invasive vascular imaging at the V.A. Medical Center, which he began in 1992.

Petersen completed a surgical internship and radiology residency at OHSU. Serving under Dr. Josef Rösch, he was the first to complete fellowship training in Interventional Radiology at the Dotter Institute. He is certified with the National Board of Medical Examiners (1986), and the American Board of Radiology (1992), and received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from the American Board of Radiology in 1998.

During the development of the carotid stenting procedure in the late 1990’s, Petersen began working in collaboration with the Interventional Neuroradiology (INR) Division within the Dotter Institute. Beginning in 2004, he began a formal part-time appointment with the INR Division, and since 2006 this has grown to a half time commitment, sharing his time equally between the Body IR and INR divisions.

Petersen's clinical focus and research efforts regarding his Body IR practice center on the percutaneous repair of thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms as well the DIPS procedure. Currently much of his INR practice  and interests are related to the application of stent and stent grafts in for the treatment of cerebrovascular disease.

Petersen is an active member of SCVIR and the Western Angiographic and Interventional Society. He also belongs to the Oregon Radiological Society, the American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America.

Recreational activities include golf, tinkering with old cars and motor-boatin’.