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Reade De Leacy, MD, is Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology in the Cerebrovascular Center at The Mount Sinai Hospital. He is Co-director of the Neuroendovascular surgical fellowship at Mount Sinai and Director of Neurointerventional Spine services throughout the network.   Additionally, he serves as Director of Cerebrovascular Services at Mount Sinai Queens and Mount Sinai South Nassau.


He is a specialist in diagnostic and interventional radiology, board certified in both diagnostic radiology and neuroradiology by the American Board of Radiology. He completed his fellowship trainings in neuroendovascular surgery and neurointerventional radiology under the tutelage of J Mocco, MD, MS, and Alejandro Berenstein, MD, as well as a fellowship in diagnostic neuroradiology at The Mount Sinai Hospital under Dr’s Thomas Naidich and Peter Som. He also completed fellowship training in general interventional radiology at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia and in musculoskeletal MRI at Qscan Radiology Clinics in Brisbane, Australia.


Dr. De Leacy obtained his medical degree and graduated with honors from the University of Queensland. In 2012, he completed his specialist training becoming a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, where he earned the prestigious Uhr Clarke Bursary and HR Sear Prize awards.  Dr. De Leacy has published more than 80 peer-reviewed journal articles and 8 book chapters in diagnostic neuroradiology, interventional radiology, and neuroendovascular surgery.

Dr. De Leacy specializes in the endovascular treatment of cerebrovascular disorders including acute stroke, brain aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, and minimally invasive spinal surgeries including vertebral augmentation, interspinous decompression. Spinal cord stimulation and sacroiliac joint arthrodesis for degenerative disease.

He has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery (JNIS) since 2016 and is a board member for the Society of Neurointerventional Surgery (SNIS) as the Member at Large for Neuroradiology for 2021 and 2022.