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VESAP4 will expire July 31, 2020. Beginning on August 1st, the VESAP4 activity will remain open and available for users to access the Learning mode only, and to print certificates for credit earned by July 31, 2020. No credit will be awarded after July 31, 2020.  Access to the Learning mode and to download certificates for VESAP4 will remain available through November 1, 2020.

To further help SVS members better meet challenges they are facing in their practices, the Society is working with health experts to produce a series of hot topic articles and webinars to address specific issues of concern.

The SVS Leadership Development and Diversity Committee has compiled a list of courses and programs for vascular surgeons to further develop leadership and collaboration skills to apply in their practices.

Courses

The SVS Community Practice Committee, Clinical and Comparative Effectiveness Research Committee and the Quality and Performance Measures Committee developed this breakfast session to provide practical tips and tools for quality improvement at the 2016 Vascular Annual Meeting.

At the end of this session, participants should be able to:

Submission deadline: To be announced

The SVS Foundation announces the Research Career Development Travel Awards program. The purpose of the awards program is to identify early-career vascular surgeons with an interest in basic science, translational or clinical research and provide them with a SVS research mentor and funds to attend an established research career development course. 

2018-2019

Omid Jazaeri, MD, RPVI, FACS, FSVS
Rocky Vista University College of Medicine
University of Colorado Denver, Department of Bioengineering

Sight Unseen: Advanced Imaging and the Future Vascular Specialist

2020-2021
Cassius Iyad Ochoa Chaar, MD
Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, Connecticut

2019-2020
Douglas Jones, MD
Boston University School of Medicine
Boston, Massachusetts

2018-2019
Omid Jazaeri, MD
University of Colorado
Denver, Colorado

2017-2018
Christopher J. Abularrage, MD
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland

2020

Mohammad Qadura BSc, MD, PhD
University of Toronto
Project title: Combating Anti-platelet Resistance Through Personalized Medicine

2019

Efthymios Avgerinos, MD (VAM 2019 Clinical Research Seed Grant Challenge Winner)
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Project title: The Value of Screening for "High on Treatment Platelet Reactivity" in Patients undergoing Lower Extremity Arterial Endovascular Interventions

Job Seekers: Whether you are just curious about "what's out there" or actively seeking a new position, you can find it on our extensive career job site. You can also post your resume, or sign up for Job Alerts.

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New! Hot topics from the SVS designed to help guide vascular surgeons in their careers.

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