Posts tagged with "Thomas Forbes"



JVS · 02. October 2022
Audible Bleeding editors Matt and Wen are joined by JVS-VL Editor Anahita Dua, JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio, and JVS Editor-in-Chief Dr. Thomas Forbes to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. They’re joined by Dr. Steven Deak and Dr. Rens Varkevisser, the first authors of each of the papers discussing polidocanol endovenous microfoam and mortality difference between open and endovascular
JVS · 18. September 2022
Matt Chia and Wen Kawaji are joined by JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio and JVS Editor-in-Chief Dr. Thomas Forbes to discuss a recent article in the JVS.
14. June 2022
As the official journal of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the Journal of Vascular Surgery (JVS) aims to be the premier journal of medical, endovascular, and surgical care of vascular disease. This year, JVS transitions to a new executive board headed by Dr. Ron Dalman (Executive Editor) and Dr. Thomas Forbes (Editor-in-Chief). Many thanks to our outgoing executive board led by Dr. Peter Gloviczki and Dr. Peter Lawrence! In this episode, Imani and Sharif sit down with the incoming Executive...
Interviews · 03. May 2021
Adam, Robin, and Dr. Forbes sit down with Drs Eldrup-Jorgensen and Nelson to discuss in detail the SVS Foundation’s newest initiative, the VISTA program, and one of the first funded pilot projects.
Special Topics · 03. April 2021
Adam, Robin, and Dr. Forbes sit down with Drs Lawrence, Nelson, and Eldrup-Jorgensen to discuss the Society for Vascular Surgery Foundation and introduce one of its newest initiatives, the VISTA program.
Interviews · 09. December 2018
Dr. Thomas Forbes is a professor of surgery and RJ Elliot Chair and Division Head of Vascular Surgery at the University of Toronto (@UofTVascular), and the program director of the Advanced Aortic Surgery Fellowship at the University of Toronto. He joins us to discuss the application of new technologies in vascular surgery, insight into Canadian vascular surgery, vascular surgical training, subspecialization and regionalization, personalized medicine, and the personality of the vascular surgeon.