As a fellow at Michigan, you’ll learn from internationally recognized surgeons and researchers with interests that span the spectrum of vascular surgery, providing unique exposure to all facets of our specialty.
Mission & Goals
After completing the Vascular Surgery Fellowship program at Michigan Medicine, fellows will be well-prepared to seek a competitive position in academic surgery.
Our program offers:
- Extensive experience in both open and endovascular cases, with an almost equal distribution of volume.
- Three diverse clinical training hubs. The VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System offers experience with routine vascular surgery. St. Joseph Mercy Hospital provides a high-volume community surgery setting. Michigan Medicine is a large academic medical center drawing diverse and complex cases from around the country and the world.
- Exposure to all elements of vascular surgery. Our 9 operating surgeons provide expertise in all aspects of the specialty, from common vascular procedures to specialized practices such as advanced endovascular procedures, advanced open reconstruction of the thoracic and abdominal aorta and visceral branches, complex cerebrovascular reconstructions, thoracic outlet syndrome decompressions, and pediatric vascular procedures
- A record of exceptional outcomes, including graduate placements in competitive positions.