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Stacey A. Bass, MD/PhD

Assistant Professor; Medical Director, Pediatric Interventional Radiology

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Stacey A. Bass, MD/PhD

Office Location

Mailing Address

  • Radiology & Biomedical Imaging

    Yale Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, PO Box 208042

    New Haven, CT 06520-8042

    United States


Stacey A. Bass (Trotter) attended Cornell University as an undergraduate, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelors of Science, majoring in Biology. From there, she continued her education at the University of Virginia School of Medicine as part of the NIH-supported Medical Scientist Training Program, earning both her MD and PhD. Her graduate work was in the field of neuroscience, studying epilepsy in an animal model of subcortical band heterotopia. After completing her combined degree program, Dr. Bass went on to complete her medical training as a Diagnostic Radiology resident at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, achieving the rank of chief resident. She stayed on for a one year fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, also as chief fellow. Following her training, she joined Jefferson Radiology to practice diagnostic and interventional radiology, centered in Hartford, Connecticut. There she continued her efforts in leadership, becoming Chief of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Hartford Hospital and Jefferson Radiology. Dr. Bass was member of the Local Practice Board for Jefferson Radiology as well as a member of the Radiology Partners Interventional Radiology National Advisory Board. She served nearly a year as Member-At-Large for the Hartford Hospital Medical Executive Committee before changing positions to become Assistant Professor of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the Yale School of Medicine. Here at Yale New Haven Hospital, Dr. Bass serves as Medical Director for Pediatric Interventional Radiology where her interests are focused on the diagnosis and treatment of vascular anomalies. Her other professional interests include Women's Health, such as the treatment of fibroids and pelvic congestion syndrome.

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2014)
  • Chief Fellow
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2014)
  • Chief Resident
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2013)
  • Resident
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital (2013)
  • Intern
    Harbor Hospital (2009)
  • MD/PhD
    University of Virginia, Medicine, Neuroscience
  • BSc
    Cornell Univeristy, Biology


  • Women in IR Panel
    Providence, RI, United States 2022
    Northeast Regional Vascular and Interventional Radiology Symposium
  • Embolization in Solid Organ Injuries
    Ledyard, CT, United States 2018
    Connecticut Trauma Conference
  • Interventional Radiology for the Pediatric Patient
    Hartford, CT, United States 2017
    Annual Honorary Schwartz Lecture
  • Endovascular therapy options following failed surgical revascularization for chronic mesenteric ischemia
    Washington, DC, United States 2008
    Society of Interventional Radiology

Professional Service

Medical Executive Committee, Hartford HospitalExecutive Committee Member2022
Interventional Radiology National Advisory Board, Radiology PartnersBoard Member2021 - 2022
Finance Committee, Hartford HospitalMember2020 - 2022
Physician Engagement Committee, Hartford HospitalMember2020 - 2022
Perioperative Council, Hartford HospitalCouncil Member2019 - 2022
Vascular Anomalies Committee, Connecticut Children's Medical CenterCo-founded the Vascular Anomalies Committee at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center and achieved international recognition by the International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies2019 - 2022
Local Practice Board, Jefferson RadiologyBoard Member2018 - 2022
International Society for the Study of Vascular AnomaliesMember2018 - Present
American Roentgen Ray SocietyMember2012 - Present
American Association of Women RadiologistsMember2011 - Present
American College of RadiologyMember2009 - Present
Radiological Society of North AmericaMember2009 - Present
Society of Interventional RadiologyMember2007 - Present

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