About George Rappard, MD
George Rappard, MD is a board-certified neuroradiologist and trained neurointerventionist. After attending the University of California Los Angeles where he earned a BA in history, Dr. Rappard received his MD with distinction from the George Washington University. Dr. Rappard then completed a general surgery internship at the Medical College of Georgia and a diagnostic radiology residency at the University of California Irvine. At the University of Texas-Southwestern Dr. Rappard completed fellowships both in neuroradiology and interventional neuroradiology/neuroendovascular surgery.
While at the University of Texas, Dr. Rappard was heavily engaged in research to develop novel methods of image-guided and minimally invasive brain and spine surgery. After serving on the academic faculty at the University of Texas, Dr. Rappard returned to Southern California to co-found the Valley Neuroscience Institute and direct the institute’s neurointerventional section.
Dr. Rappard is now the Director of the Los Angeles Brain and Spine Institute. He continues to be involved in research and is an investigator in several cerebrovascular studies.
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