James Gardner, M.D.
Dr. James Gardner is an interventional radiologist.
He graduated University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2007. He went on to research positions at the University of North Carolina and New York University, until 2010, when he matriculated to Stony Brook School of Medicine. At Stony Brook, he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Society, in addition to earning several awards including the Student Research Award, the Clinical Excellence Award, and the Stony Brook School of Medicine Academic Merit Award. He did a transitional year internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital where he received training in surgery and medicine. He completed a residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and served as Chief Resident. He received fellowship training at Yale-New Haven Hospital where he specialized in Interventional Radiology, and served as Chief Fellow.
Dr. Gardner has co-authored publications in several academic journals, such as American Journal of Roentgenology. In 2020, after completion of his fellowship, he joined Greenwich Radiological Group part time, and continued at Yale-New Haven Hospital as a clinical fellow. He joined Greenwich Radiological Group full time in December 2020.
Dr. Gardner’s expertise within interventional radiology includes interventional oncology, venous thromboembolism, and arterial intervention. Interventional Oncology is a growing field, encompassing an array of procedures including localized cancer treatments (Y90 radioembolization, transcatheter arterial chemoembolization (TACE), cryo/thermal ablation), CT and ultrasound guided biopsies, and venous access (chemotherapy port placement). Venous thromboembolism intervention includes deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism clot removal (thrombectomy) as well as venous stenting.
Dr. Gardner has a particular interest in prostate artery embolization (PAE), a novel treatment for patient’s with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Dr. Gardner also performs emergency intervention for conditions such as gastrointestinal bleeding and trauma, and a variety of other percutaneous interventions such as biliary tube placement, nephrostomy/nephroureterostomy tube placement, and feeding tube placement.