Ferdinand Hui

Ferdinand Hui, MD, is the chief of Neurointerventional surgery at The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu Hawaii and Clinical Professor of Radiology at The Johns A Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii.  He is the senior fellow at the University of Hawaii’s Office of Innovation and Commercialization.   He has authored over 180 scholarly publications, editor of one medical textbook and an associate editor of the American Journal of Neuroradiology.  He developed a helicopter mediated physician transfer model to accelerate care for stroke patients (HeliStroke) while building stroke systems for the NIH Stroke Program, as well as a co-founder of Radiology Artificial Intelligence Lab (RAIL) at Johns Hopkins.  His present research focus is on elucidating mechanisms for intracranial venous congestion, in keeping with his role as Chair of the Section for Venous and CSF Disorders at the Society of Neurointerventional Surgery. 

He is a venture partner at Verge Healthtech and a co-founder and general partner at MEDA Angels Fund, and is a co-founder of Pistevo Healthcare and Eidstein Health.  He is a board advisor of Nested Knowledge, and is an advisor to Sonorous, Linkmedicine, Plaga, and Nuvox.