Fellowship trained in Interventional Radiology from Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute
|Medical School:||Harvard Medical School|
|Internship:||St. John Hospital and Medical Center|
|Radiology Residency:||University of Michigan|
|Fellowship:||Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute, Interventional Radiology|
|Boards:||Diagnostic Radiology |
CAQ Vascular & Interventional Radiology
|Special Interests:||Interventional Radiology, Noninvasive vascular imaging, cross sectional imaging|
Growing up just outside of Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Gleason gravitated toward biology courses and pursued his goal of becoming a physician. "My career choice was a natural one, as health care is my family's business. My father is a dentist, mom is a nurse, and both of my sisters are in health care."
Dr. Gleason studied chemistry at Boston College and went on to the top-ranked Harvard Medical School. "Halfway through Harvard, I was introduced to interventional radiology. I knew that's what I wanted to pursue. It was the right balance between the two sides of radiology: as a diagnostician and as a provider of direct patient care."
Fredericksburg is home for Dr. Gleason, his wife Shelby and their two children, Patric and Callie.