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.
Today, we have the first in a two-part series of episodes that we are developing in conjunction with the Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery and the Behind the Knife podcast on the reasons why one should pursue a career in Vascular Surgery
This episode was recorded prior to the COVID-19 pandemic as part of our collaborative series with the Society for Vascular Surgery Young Surgeons Advisory Committee. Nicole Rich and Sharif Ellozy talk with Dr. Misty Humphries and Dr. Gregory Magee about what they did, or wish they had done, during training to help them establish their practices as young vascular surgeons.
This episode is the first in a series produced in collaboration with the Society for Vascular Surgery Young Surgeons Advisory Committee (SVS YSC). This episode will focus on establishing a research lab and setting the groundwork for a productive academic career. Our guests for this episode are two members of the Young Surgeons Advisory Committee, Dr. Mohamed Zayed and Dr. Nicholas Osborne.
Dr. Edward Woo is the chairman of the Department of Vascular Surgery at MedStar Health in Washington, DC, and professor of surgery at Georgetown University. At MedStar, he grew a division of vascular surgery, interviewing and hiring many surgeons across multiple hospitals. He gives advice for fellows on how to find a job and negotiate a contract.