The Journal of Vascular Surgery has been the official publication of SVS since 1984. JVS now has three additional subspecialty publications.
JVS Internship Program
Following a highly successful first year, the Journal of Vascular Surgery is continuing the internship program geared at both senior integrated vascular residents as well as vascular fellows. The program is designed for those who have an interest in learning the JVS Journals' review and editorial processes. The goals of the program are to teach the next generation of vascular surgeons how to be good reviewers of clinical and basic scientific research papers and to diversify the reviewer pool to better reflect practitioners in the field, and the patients we care for. Interns will be mentored by senior editorial staff throughout the process and will be expected to review a select number of papers and produce at least one co-authored commentary.
A Message from the JVS Editorial Team
Welcoming New Editors to JVS
The Editorial Leadership Structure of the JVS Journals is changing in 2022. The SVS Executive Board has just nominated individual Editors-in-Chief for each Journal in the portfolio! The current Editors are pleased to welcome the incoming Editors-in-Chief of JVS Publications:
Dr. Ronald L. Dalman, Executive JVS Editor
Dr. Thomas L. Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of JVS
Dr. Ruth L. Bush, Editor-in-Chief of JVS-Venous and Lymphatic Disorders
Dr. Matthew Smeds, Editor-in-Chief of JVS-Cases, Innovations & Techniques
Dr. Alan Dardik, Editor-in-Chief of JVS-Vascular Science
These roles will officially transition on July 1, 2022. Please join us in welcoming this Editorial Leadership Team!
Journal of Vascular Surgery aims to be the premier international journal of medical, endovascular, and surgical care of vascular diseases. It aims to improve the management of patients with vascular disorders by publishing relevant papers focusing on investigation, management and prevention of aortic, cerebrovascular and peripheral arterial diseases, vascular access, trauma and malformations. The journal reports important medical advances, test new hypotheses, and address current controversies. To achieve this goal, the Journal will publish original clinical studies, as well as papers that comment on the social, economic, ethical, legal, and political factors which relate to these aims.
The Journal of Vascular Surgery has been the official publication of SVS since 1984. JVS now has three additional subspecialty publications, JVS Venous and Lymphatic Disorders, JVS Cases and Innovative Techniques, and JVS - Vascular Science.
SVS members receive a subscription to JVS as part of their membership.