Steven Roth, MD
Steven Roth, MD was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He completed his undergraduate studies in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). Following graduation, he spent several years working as an intraoperative neurophysiology technologist. His passions for teaching and neuroscience eventually drove him to pursue higher education. He earned his Master’s in Physiology at Georgetown University and matriculated at Albany Medical College in 2012. He was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha honor society and graduated magna cum laude in 2016. He then moved to Nashville to begin his neurosurgical training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Steven completed his chief year as a PGY6 and is currently serving as the senior enfolded endovascular fellow at VUMC. His interests include spine and cerebrovascular outcomes research, and he is passionate about medical education.
Steven plans to complete residency in 2023. He will spend the following academic year with the Adult & Pediatric Comprehensive Spine Fellowship Program at the Columbia New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Christine, their two children, Natalie and Hannah, and their golden retriever, Wallace. He also enjoys snowboarding, reading, and is an avid fan of the Baltimore Ravens.