- Our Vascular Surgery Independent Fellowship (5-2) and Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency (0-5) ACGME-accredited Training Programs provide comprehensive training in the care of vascular patients using the best medical, open surgical and catheter-based endoluminal therapy.
- Focused clinical research activities include peripheral arterial disease (PAD), endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) and fenestrated EVAR (FEVAR) trials. Our faculty has received numerous funding awards including a $17-million Federal grant to study postoperative anemia and the threshold for transfusion in vascular surgery patients.
- Among many other grants funded by federal or non-governmental agencies, we recently completed a Society for Vascular Surgery VISTA grant to reduce amputations and disparities within Harris Health System, our municipal health authority.
- Our faculty and trainees routinely present their work at the annual meetings of nearly all the major vascular professional societies, with subsequent publications in the highest ranked surgical journals.
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Our physicians provide diagnostic evaluation and interventional treatment for conditions related to vascular health.