Dr Niall McEniff
Consultant Interventional Radiologist MB BCh BAO FFRRCSI FRCR Dr. McEniff graduated from UCD in 1987. He did his basic radiology training in Meath/Adelaide hospitals up until 1993 and then went to Boston where he specialised in Interventional Radiology. He spent two years in Tufts University (New England Medical Center) doing fellowship training in Interventional Radiology and cross sectional imaging including CT & MRI and, after two years fellowship, was offered a Consultant position in the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston. For the next two years Dr. McEniff worked primarily in Interventional Radiology and developed research interests in the Interventional Radiology treatments of solid organ tumours and in the treatment of portal hypertension and cirrhosis. In late 1997 he returned to Ireland and took his current position as an Interventional Radiologist in St. James’s Hospital. In 2006 he commenced work in Beacon Hospital where he is the chairman of the Beacon Hospital Radiology group. His research interest is now mainly focused on embolization therapy. Dr. McEniff is the immediate past president of the Irish Society of Interventional Radiology (ISIR) and a member of the European (CIRSE), British (BSIR) and US (SIR) societies of Interventional Radiology.