Would appreciate as many two-cents as I can get on the following: My final goal is to complete a NeuroEndovascular fellowship. I'm a Neurologist; now doing a NeuroICU fellowship; considering to enter a NeuroEndovascular fellowship next. Personal reasons prevented me from considering a Neurosurgery residency before. Did not enter the Endovascular path through Radiology 'coz I don't like non-Neuro Rad. Right now I'm seriously considering to apply to a NSG residency (I'm not suggesting I'm gonna get a spot for sure, but I think I'm strong enough of a candidate). Questions are: 1-How much Endovascular most NSG/Endo folks do actually practice? (if it's close to 100%, then I see not point in entering a NSG residency and I'd just do it right now) 2-How much Endovasc are current NSG residents actually getting? Are there newly formed NSG out there performing Endovasc procs with no fellowship training needed?