Dr. Kazim Narsinh is a neurointerventional radiologist, a hybrid specialist in less-invasive procedures to treat conditions involving blood vessels in the brain and spine, such as stroke. He cares for adults and children with blood flow problems, such as aneurysms, tumors, dural arteriovenous fistulas, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, arteriovenous malformations, carotid artery disease and vascular anomalies. Narsinh focuses on developing strategies to repair and preserve important areas of the brain that control movement, thought and speech.
Narsinh earned his medical degree from the University of California, San Diego, during which time he completed a research fellowship at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He completed a radiology residency at UC San Diego, followed by an interventional radiology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. At UCSF, he completed fellowships in neuroradiology and neurointerventional radiology.
Often serving in leadership roles, Narsinh is a member of professional groups dedicated to neurointerventional surgery, including the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery and University of California Stroke Consortium. He has been a contributing author on more than 60 articles in peer-reviewed medical journals, delivered lectures internationally, and won multiple awards for his work.