Adam Delu, MD completed his fellowship in Vascular Interventional Radiology at UT Houston/MD Anderson Cancer Center in 2007, after graduating from a Diagnostic Radiology residency at the University of Texas Houston in 2006. He attended medical school at University of Texas Houston, Medical School. His undergraduate education at the University of California at Berkeley included degrees in German and Integrative Biology, a minor in Dutch.
Prior to joining R.A.A., Dr. Delu was faculty at the University of New Mexico from 2007-2018, where he had a special interest in Interventional Oncology, Hepatobiliary Disease treatments, Trauma and Emergency Radiology, Vascular Malformations, and Interventional Nephrology. He established the Y90 Radioembolization program at UNM and worked closely with the UNM Cancer Center to bring previously-unavailable locoregional treatments to cancer patients in New Mexico.
Specialty: Vascular and Interventional Radiology; Emergency Radiology.
Medical School: University of Texas at Houston.
Fellowship: UT Houston/MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Year Joined RAA: 2018.
Little Known Facts: I am a long distance runner and compete in multiple marathons and ultramarathons–up to 100 mile distance–each year. I was an exchange student in Germany and Belgium. After College I worked as a computer programmer for 4 years before starting medical school.