Dr. Meridith Englander is an interventional radiologist at the Albany (NY) Stratton VA Medical Center. She graduated from Smith College and received her medical degree from Albany Medical College, where she also completed her radiology residency. Her fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology was completed at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Englander’s clinical work focuses on chronic venous disease.
Dr. Englander is a vocal advocate for gender equity issues in medicine and has published widely on this topic. She was the inaugural chair of the Women in Interventional Radiology section of the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) and was the 2020 recipient of the SIR Women in Interventional Radiology Champion Award. She currently serves as the Chair of the Data and Benchmarking Committee of the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Group at the SIR.
Dr. Englander is also a strong advocate for Interventional Radiology, serving as the chair of the SIR Government Affairs Committee. She is an SIR delegate to the AMA, where she is the Chair-elect of the Specialty and Service Society, the largest caucus of specialty medical societies at the AMA. She is also an alternate Councilor for the SIR to the American College of Radiology. At the ACR, she serves on the Commission on Interventional and Cardiovascular Imaging and is a member of the Committee for Women.
Dr. Englander has served as an oral examiner for the American Board of Radiology and has been a member of the AAWR Fellowship Selection Committee.