Douglas Silin, MD
Doug Silin, MD is the Interventional Radiology Residency Program Director and responsible for the education of the next generation of interventional radiologists at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Dr Silin is a native of greater Boston and a Bruins fan. He graduated from Dartmouth college with a degree in Computer Science. He worked as a consultant t for Digital Equipment Corporation after college and continued consulting while competing is MD at Boston University. After an internship in Baltimore, he completed a residency in Massachusetts and s fellowship at Yale.
After completing his training, he moved to Indiana for nine years and developed an interventional radiology practice at Ball Memorial Hospital. However, in 2005 he returned to New Haven with his wife, a hematopathologist, and his three children.
Dr Silin has been an innovator in interventional radiology with two patents, many speaking engagements, and several research papers. He has a strong passion for education and global outreach and a clinical interest in complex percutaneous procedures.
Education & Training
- FellowshipYale-New Haven Hospital (1996)
- ResidencySaint Vincent Hospital (1995)
- InternshipSinai Hospital of Baltimore (1991)
- MDBoston University School of Medicine (1990)
- BADartmouth College, Computer Science (1985)