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. Bryan T. Fisher (@AmputationSuck) about finding balance in your life, practicing in the private-academic sector, and caring for high-risk patients with peripheral arterial disease.
Dr. Fisher is a board-certified vascular surgeon and the physician lead for Tri-Star Health for Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.
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