Dr. Renata Prpić Vučković is a board-certified diagnostic radiologist since 1988. In 1993 she achieved her master’s degree with the thesis “Differentiating Glioblastoma, Solitary Metastases and Unilocular Abscesses by Computerized Tomography”. From 1985 – 2005 she was working at the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Clinical Hospital Zagreb. From 2005 until 2010 she worked as a radiologist and as the chief of the Department of Radiology in the Outpatient Clinic Medikol. Finally, from 2011 she is working at the Department of Radiology at the St. Catherine Hospital. Her areas of interest include interventional radiology and neuroradiology. In her earlier career she has been trained at the Department of Neuroradiology in Algemeine Krankenhaus Vienna, Universitat Klinik fur Radiodiagnostic, Vienna, Austria as well as at the Department of Neuroradiology, UCLA, Los Angeles. In 2010 she gained additional skills at the Diagnosticum Graz Sud West Gmbh, Austria. She participated at a many educational courses including: European Seminar on Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Zagreb, Croatia, International Interdisciplinary Course on MRI-Ultrasound CT in Neuropediatrics, Gmunden, Austria, 2nd International Seminar of Interventional Therapeutic Neuroradiology, Athens, Greece, Seminar on the latest developments in Neuro Interventional Procedures: GDC endovascular treatment of brain aneurysms, Tuscany, Italy as well as at Advanced Aneurysm Treatment Symposium, Oxford, Great Britain. As a lecturer she contributed at many international conferences including The 5th Meeting of Croatian Interventional Radiologists with International Participants, Supetar, Brač, Croatia, Ear Microsurgery Course, Croatian International Otology School, Zagreb, Croatia and ESOR Galen Advanced Course Abdominal Cross – Sectional Imaging, Stockholm, Sweden. She is a member of the Croatian Medical Assembly and the Croatian Society of Radiology. Dr. Prpić-Vučković currently holds the position of Deputy Director of the St. Catherine Hospital.