The vascular surgery fellowship at UMMC is a two-year program designed to provide the trainee with a broad experience in identifying and treating a wide spectrum of vascular disorders. This is accomplished through in-depth study and management of vascular diseases. Hands-on training in diagnostic modalities and operative techniques covering the range of arterial reconstructive surgery, lymphatic disorders, endovascular procedures, vascular trauma, venous disorders, and amputation management are at the forefront.
Trainees also participate in the education of medical students and general surgery residents on the vascular surgery service. Additionally, you will gain experience in the non-invasive vascular laboratory learning interpretive skills of non-invasive vascular imaging as well as hands on performance of non-invasive vascular studies.
In addition to the clinical responsibilities, fellows coordinate the weekly vascular conference which consists of M&M sessions, interesting case presentations as well as monthly faculty presentations. Participation in on-going research programs is required through a Quality Improvement/Patient Safety project. View a historical case log for recent vascular surgery fellows.