Dr. John P. DeveikisProfessor

Areas of Interest
interventional neuroradiology

Physician Profile

John P. Deveikis, M.D., is an Interventional Neuroradiologist who characterizes and diagnoses neurological disorders through the use of medical imaging modalities. He joined the Department of Neurosurgery on March 1, 2014. Dr. Deveikis came to UAB from St. Petersburg, Florida, as an Interventional Neuroradiologist at All-Children’s Hospital and Bayfront Medical Center.

Dr. Deveikis’ previous academic appointments include Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery at the University of Rochester, Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery at the Medical University of South Carolina, Clinical Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical Center, and Assistant Professor of Radiology at Georgetown University.

He has served as a professional consultant in Interventional Neuroradiology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the National Naval Medical Center, and Georgetown University Hospital.

Dr. Deveikis received his Medical Degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He completed his fellowship training in Neuroradiology, at Georgetown University Medical Center and the University of Western Ontario. He is board certified in radiology.

Dr. Deveikis has presented for the American Society of Neuroradiology and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, as well as many other professional and scientific organizations and conferences. He has more than 49 published articles and is the co-author of Handbook of Cerebrovascular Disease and Neurointerventional Technique, 1st and 2nd editions.

His major research interests are focusing on ways to make neurinterventional techniques more effective and safer, the application of perfusion imaging techniques to neurovascular conditions to tailor interventions based on perfusion data, and the avoidance of complications based on modifications of technique and patient selection.


Medical School
University of Massachusetts

University of Massachusetts

Georgetown University
University of Western Ontario


Office Location
FOT 1053


(205) 934-7170