Dr. Gilbert Upchurch is the Edward R. Woodward Professor and Chair of Surgery at the University of Florida College of Medicine and the 2019 president of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery. He joins us to discuss changes he sees in vascular surgery.
Dr. Julie Freischlag is the dean of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine and the CEO of the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. She discusses with us mentorship, leadership and diversity in healthcare and pointers for thoracic outlet surgery.
Dr. Caitlin Hicks is an assistant professor of surgery in the division of vascular and endovascular therapy at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. She is already an accomplished researcher but is also an appointed member of a CMS Clinical Expert Subcommittee tasked with refining peripheral vascular disease cost measures for implementation in the Quality Payment Program.
In this episode, we present the third installment to the Audible Bleeding - JVS Editor's Choice collaboration as Adham Elmously discusses the JVS articles selected for the October 2019 edition of the Editor's Choice with JVS Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence.
Dr. Meltzer is an associate professor of surgery and chair of vascular surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona where in addition to a busy clinical practice, he researches cost drivers in medicine along with the safety and efficacy of new technology in vascular surgery.
Dr. Jessica Mayor is a general surgery resident at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX who is the first author of a recent paper, selected as the Editor’s choice in the September issue of the JVS.
In this episode, we present the second installment to the Audible Bleeding - JVS Editor's Choice collaboration as Adham Elmously discusses the JVS articles selected for the September 2019 edition of the Editor's Choice with JVS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki.