Posts tagged with "Amanda Fobare"



Interviews · 07. November 2021
In the second episode of our medical student series, Holding Pressure, Marlene and Megan sit down with Kirthi, Paulina, and Alexandra to discuss some of their advice on interviewing for residency. They also revisited excerpts from an episode published December 2020 titled “Advice for Applicants to the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency,” where Dr. Chelsea Dorsey from University of Chicago, Dr. Murray Shames from University of South Florida, and Dr Arash Fereydooni, who was a PGY1 at...
Interviews · 29. September 2021
Welcome back to our series on Landmark Papers in Vascular Surgery. In this episode, Jacob, Amanda, and Matt sit down with Dr. William Jordan to discuss arguably one of the most landmark papers in the field, the NASCET trial. Dr. Jordan is the John E. Skandalakis Chair of Surgery, and Professor and Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. He completed his medical degree at Emory, followed by a general...
Interviews · 21. September 2021
In this installment of the Race and Representation Series, we discuss how to implement effective change to combat systemic racism within healthcare at national, regional, and local levels. Our guests, Dr. Albert Sam and Dr. Bryan Fisher describe their practices and how they have been champions of healthcare equity within both the private and academic settings.
Interviews · 08. April 2021
Through a collaboration with the WISER podcast, Dr. Amanda Fobare and Dr. Vivian Wang sit down with Dr. Shipra Arya to discuss her path to Vascular Surgery and her research on frailty.
Interviews · 22. June 2020
Dr. Victoria Teodorescu (Dr. T) recounts the people that tried to discourage her on her road to medicine, including her own program director who had told her that “women with children don’t belong in surgery.” Despite all the obstacles, Dr T was able to become Chief of Vascular Surgery at Bronx VA Medical Center where she instituted a diabetic foot clinic to combat emergency amputations for foot infections.