In this episode, Imani talks with Dr. Eric Pillado about his experiences thus far in training, finding comfort in being himself, and his ambitions in addressing health disparities in Latin-X and Spanish-speaking populations.
VSITE/RPVI Review: Vascular Lab In today’s episode, Dr. Alaska Pendleton and Dr. Anahita Dua discuss vascular lab pearls for your VSITE exam and the RPVI. Dr. Alaska Pendleton is a third year resident in the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital completing her second year of research. Dr. Anahita Dua is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and a vascular surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also director of the Vascular...
In this episode, we hear three different interviews with four different guests. We covered the Vascular and Endovascular Surgical Society with Dr. Jason Lee, Resident and Student Programming with Dr. Bernadette Aulivola and Dr. Cassius Ochoa Chaar, and occupational hazards for vascular surgeons with Dr. Max Wohlauer. Stay tuned for followup episodes on these and other topics from VAM!
Matt Chia, Chris Audu, and Elizabeth Andraska sit down with Drs. Kevin Southerland, Karen Ho, and Andrea Obi for a panel discussion introducing basic science in vascular surgery and some tips on getting started and obtaining funding for your research.
Matt Chia and Andy Lazar sit down with Drs. Leila Mureebe, Jeff Siracuse, and Philip Goodney for a panel discussion introducing the VQI and some practical tips on getting started with vascular health services research.
Matt Chia and Ali Irshad sit down with Drs. Regina Husman and Kirthi Bellamkonda to answer your questions from Twitter about how newly-matched vascular residents can set themselves up for success in their residency.
With the interview season underway amidst a pandemic, we sought out advice for students applying to the integrated vascular surgery residency from three experts: Dr. Chelsea Dorsey, Dr. Murray Shames, and Dr. Arash Fereydooni.
We are excited to interview the editors of the newly released textbook, Vascular Decision Making: Medical, Endovascular and Surgical. They discuss the process of editing a textbook and what makes this resource unique. They also describe the novel app that they have developed to go along with the textbook.
Dr. Brigitte Smith, assistant professor of surgery in the Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Utah, joins us to discuss how we can innovate in the areas of quality and safety education for our vascular surgery trainees.