Interviews

Interviews · 25. September 2022
In this episode, Imani talks with Dr. Bryan T. Fisher about finding balance in your life, practicing in the private-academic sector, and caring for high-risk patients with peripheral arterial disease.
Interviews · 28. August 2022
As part of the Race & Representation (R&R) Series, we are doing spotlights on vascular trainees and faculty that identify as racial/ethnic minorities underrepresented in medicine (URiM), who have been historically excluded from the field. We hope to amplify these voices as examples of the unique challenges faced by URiMs within vascular surgery and as a source of inspiration and mentorship. In this episode, Imani talks with Dr. Keith Jones and discusses his experiences transitioning...
Interviews · 17. June 2022
Join us as we cover VAM 2022! (#VAM22) Today we caught up with Dr. Sharee Wright (@DrASW6) who was a moderator of the Medical Student Program: How to Success as a Vascular Surgery Residency Applicant. We also met some medical student attendees to see how their experiences has been so far. Stay tuned for more coverage of #VAM22 Please share your feedback through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter @audiblebleeding Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and...
Interviews · 02. May 2022
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.
Interviews · 10. April 2022
In this episode of the Race & Representation series, Imani talks with Dr. Garietta Falls about her journey to vascular surgery and the lessons she learned along the way.
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 · 10. October 2021
Dr. Gregorio Sicard is Professor Emeritus of Surgery and Emeritus Chief of Vascular Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He trained in general surgery at the Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine, and completed the first Transplantation Fellowship there. He eventually became the Chief of Vascular Surgery and Chief of General Surgery at Washington Hospital. He founded the Vascular surgery fellowship there in 1983. He is a former President of the...
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 · 26. September 2021
We are excited to be introducing the first episode of our new series, Holding Pressure. The contents are geared towards medical students to introduce them to the field of vascular surgery. In this episode, we have a group of distinguished medical students who are leaders or founders of Vascular Surgery Interest Group at their respective medical schools to talk about their experiences. Guests: Tara Zielke (@ZielkeTara) is a 3rd year medical student and the president of VSIG at Loyola University...
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.

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