Dr. Subash Phuyal's extraordinary journey in the field of medicine and radiology began in a humble village in Nepal. After completing his MBBS degree at Kathmandu Medical College, he embarked on a path that would lead him to become a pioneer in the realm of neuroimaging and interventional neuroradiology. His academic pursuits reached their pinnacle when he graduated with a Doctorate in Medicine (DM) specializing in NeuroImaging and Interventional NeuroRadiology from the renowned All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. This achievement marked a historic milestone as he became the first of his kind in Nepal, setting a precedent for future medical professionals in the country. In 2019, Dr. Subash introduced Mechanical Thrombectomy to Nepal, a groundbreaking procedure that had never been performed in the country before. Dr. Subash's tireless dedication and pioneering spirit have ushered in a new era in stroke management and interventional radiology in Nepal, reshaping the landscape of healthcare.

Dr. Subash's expertise extends far beyond stroke management. His portfolio includes the successful completion of more than 1,500 Digital Subtraction Angiographies, specifically targeting cerebral and spinal vessels. Furthermore, he has managed over 250 cases of intracranial aneurysms through endovascular coiling, showcasing his mastery of intricate procedures. Notably, he has been at the forefront of introducing the innovative Flow Diverter and intrasaccular device placement for aneurysm management. Each of these accomplishments represents a milestone in the field of neurointervention, and Dr. Subash's name has become synonymous with groundbreaking advancements in Nepal. Dr. Subash's commitment to knowledge dissemination is equally remarkable. He has been actively involved in recognizing and awarding individuals through various Continuing Medical Education (CME) initiatives and has shared his expertise as a speaker, faculty member, and chairperson at both national and international conferences. His contributions to the field extend beyond medical procedures and touch upon the vital aspects of teaching and learning. Thanks to his strong passion for research, he has authored over thirty articles in both national and international journals, including prestigious ones like the Lancet Global.

As the founding president of the Neurointervention Foundation of Nepal, Dr. Subash has undertaken a mission close to his heart—providing assistance to poor and underprivileged patients through his initiative, "Neurointervention for all." This noble endeavor has brought hope and healing to those who would otherwise have limited access to critical medical interventions.

Furthermore, Dr. Subash has established an observership program under his guidance, with four enthusiastic students having graduated from it to date. His vision extends further as he plans to launch a formal residency program, a testament to his dedication to nurturing and empowering the next generation of medical professionals.

In the backdrop of Nepal's challenging healthcare landscape, marked by limited resources and financial constraints, Dr. Subash Phuyal's contributions to radiology and healthcare stand as a beacon of hope and progress. His transformative journey demonstrates the power of perseverance, innovation, and compassion in making a substantial difference in the lives of countless individuals.


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  • Best Poster Presenter, Indian Society of Neuroradiology annual Conference , 2017.
  • Educational Grant, LINNC,Pairs,2018.
  • Educational Grant , World Live Neurovascular Conference(WLNC),Spain, 2019.
  • Gold Award , MT2020+RC Recognition Awards, Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology,2020.
  • DHAN-HOM Stroke Award for highly commendable work by pioneering in Neurointervention technology in Nepal,2020.
  • Global SVIN, Regional Committee Recognition Award ,2022.
  • Educational Grant, iCure Stroke ,Istanbul,2023


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