Bilal Anwer, M.D.

Interventional Radiologist located in Plymouth, MN

About Dr. Anwer

FELLOWSHIP

Interventional and Diagnostic Radiology
Stanford University
Stanford, California

 

RESIDENCY

Diagnostic Radiology
University of Texas
Houston, Texas

 

INTERNSHIP

Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital
Chicago, Illinois

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION

University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

CLINICAL EXPERTISE

Interventional Oncology
Chronic Venous Disease
Peripheral Arterial Disease

 

LOCATIONS

Plymouth
Robbinsdale
New Brighton

 

WHAT LED YOU TO THE FIELD OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY?

As an engineer and device developer, Interventional Radiology was a natural fit given its use of technology, real time problem solving, and opportunity for innovation. Making a direct difference in patient’s lives while enjoying what I do has been a dream come true.

 

WHAT SHOULD EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT VENOUS DISEASE?

Veins have traditionally taken a backseat to arterial disease but that is changing fast. They are a vital part of our body’s circulation and I encourage you to educate yourself about the symptoms of venous disease.

 

WHAT DO YOU ENJOY DOING OUTSIDE OF WORK?

I can’t wait to get home and see my kids after work. They take up most of my free time. I enjoy playing squash and going for walks with my wife when I can.

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FELLOWSHIP

Interventional and Diagnostic Radiology
Stanford University
Stanford, California

 

RESIDENCY

Diagnostic Radiology
University of Texas
Houston, Texas

 

INTERNSHIP

Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital
Chicago, Illinois

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION

University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

CLINICAL EXPERTISE

Interventional Oncology
Chronic Venous Disease
Peripheral Arterial Disease

 

LOCATIONS

Plymouth
Robbinsdale
New Brighton

 

WHAT LED YOU TO THE FIELD OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY?

As an engineer and device developer, Interventional Radiology was a natural fit given its use of technology, real time problem solving, and opportunity for innovation. Making a direct difference in patient’s lives while enjoying what I do has been a dream come true.

 

WHAT SHOULD EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT VENOUS DISEASE?

Veins have traditionally taken a backseat to arterial disease but that is changing fast. They are a vital part of our body’s circulation and I encourage you to educate yourself about the symptoms of venous disease.

 

WHAT DO YOU ENJOY DOING OUTSIDE OF WORK?

I can’t wait to get home and see my kids after work. They take up most of my free time. I enjoy playing squash and going for walks with my wife when I can.


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