Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapeutics Mission
The Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapeutics is a dynamic and growing academic division of the Department of Surgery. The vascular division has a tripartite mission that includes the provision of clinical care and services, conduct of clinical and translational research, and education, which includes undergraduate medical, graduate, and continuing medical education. The vascular fellowship program, which began in 2020, is the result of dedicated hard work by the faculty.
The division of vascular surgery has a robust open and endovascular program pertaining to aortic, carotid, peripheral vascular, visceral and dialysis surgery. The vascular division strives to provide the best educational experiences possible for the medical students, residents and fellows of the University of Louisville School of Medicine through regularly scheduled lectures, conferences, Grand Rounds, and visiting professor programs. Apart from three full-time faculty members, the program has three full-time nurse practitioners, four vascular ultrasound technicians, a program coordinator and dedicated research coordinator.
Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapeutics Faculty
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Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapeutics Research
The primary mission of the Vascular and Endovascular Division is the commitment to excellence in research, education, and patient care.
As one of the busiest divisions of the Department of Surgery, each faculty member has chosen to specialize in vascular surgery and then further specialize in a small number of diseased states. This allows each faculty member to be a leader in those diseased-based multidisciplinary teams and provide high innovation, exceptional quality, and improvement in overall outcomes for all of our patients. Our highly collaborative faculty remains committed to providing mentorship and educating future clinicians in the optimal outcomes of patient care.
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