Mike Watts is an interventional radiologist dedicated to providing the highest level of service through clinical excellence and a commitment to patient and family centered care.
Dr. Watts graduated from Colgate University in 2002 with a major in Chemistry. He attended the University of Buffalo for his medical training, earning his MD in 2006, completed surgical internship and radiology residency at the Cleveland Clinic in 2011 and his fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012.
Dr. Watts specializes in advanced peripheral arterial disease techniques, minimally invasive cancer treatments, venous disease, and management of portal hypertension. He has been invited to speak on these topics at multiple regional, national, and international conferences. Committed to education, he acted as the Interventional Radiology fellowship director and the University of Pennsylvania and created one of the first Interventional Radiology residencies in the country. His devotion to hands-on teaching of complex techniques has driven him to continuous improvement through a commitment to life-long learning and innovation of novel procedural techniques.