At the University of Michigan Section of Vascular Surgery, we draw on a legacy of innovation in clinical care, research, and education. We’re proud of the broad interests and deep expertise of our team of surgeons, who work with experts across departments and specialties at Michigan Medicine to deliver the best care, to pursue new knowledge, and to train our next colleagues in the field.
Vascular Surgery at Michigan Medicine
Keep in touch with your University of Michigan family by renewing your connection to the Section of Vascular Surgery.
Distinguished alumni enliven and enrich our tradition of excellence in clinical practice, research, and surgery education at U-M. We invite you to keep in touch with Vascular Surgery through annual conferences, meetings, and societies, or by visiting us for a tour. Come see what’s new at Michigan Medicine.
Lectures & Continuing Medical Education (CME)
- Milton F. Bryant Lecture: This annual visiting lectureship is held in honor of Milton F. Bryant, MD, and has allowed many distinguished surgeons to share their wisdom with our faculty, students and staff and continues to enrich the culture of our University.
- Berguer Lecture on Ethics: This annual visiting lectureship held in honor of Dr. Ramon Berguer, MD, PhD, is meant to challenge our faculty and trainees as they deal with the ethics of contemporary medicine and academics.
- Conrad Jobst Lecture: Through a generous endowment from the Jobst family, we’re able to offer the annual Jobst Lecture in collaboration with the The Conrad Jobst Vascular Center at the Toledo Hospital. Past speakers include: James C. Stanley, M.D.; Gregory L. Moneta, M.D.; Lazar J. Greenfield, M.D.; and Mark H. Meissner, M.D., FACS.
- Continuing Medical Education: The University of Michigan Medical School's Office of Continuous Professional Development holds over 100 CME events each year.