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This resource helps practicing vascular surgeons connect with endovascular mini-fellowships to meet their individual needs. Information has been compiled on known endovascular mini-fellowships. The documents include specific information, contacts, and hyperlinks to facilitate direct connections with programs of interest. Compiled by the Society for Vascular Surgery® (SVS) under the direction of the Fellows Council, the list is a component of the SVS Endovascular Training Opportunities Project. Funding has been provided through an unrestricted educational grant from Medtronic.

Endovascular Mini-Fellowships in the United States

* Designates mini-fellowships endorsed by the SVS Endovascular Program Evaluation and Endorsement Committee (EV-PEEC), which has published new guidelines for the endorsement of programs to train graduates of vascular fellowship programs in endovascular treatment. To update the fellowships contact communications@vascularsociety.org.

*Hawaii Permanente Medical Group - Honolulu, HI
Program Director Nicolas Nelken, MD
Contact Nicolas Nelken, MD, Division of Vascular Therapy, Hawaii Permanente Medical Group, 3288 Moanalua Road, Honolulu, HI 96819, Tel. 808-432-8345, Email nicolas.a.nelken @ kp.org
Description The mini-fellowship, designed for vascular surgeons, involves joining three busy vascular surgeons in caring for the vascular needs of 240,000 Kaiser health plan members. The vascular practice is approximately 75% endovascular and most cases are performed in an endovascular OR. Cases include arteriography and endovascular therapy in all vascular beds including carotid and renal. There are elective cases all day four days a week plus emergencies.
Program Length Three months 
Mini-fellowship slots per session One
Fee No fee. Trainee pays travel and housing costs. 
Web Site www.kp.org 
  
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine - New York, NY
Program Director Ageliki Vouyouka, MD, FACS
Contact Ageliki Vouyouka, MD, FACS – 5 East 98th Street, Box 1273, New York NY 10029 – (212) 241-5393 – ageliki.vouyouka@mountsinai.org / Bohwoo Kim – 5 East 98th Street, Box 1259, New York, NY 10029 – (212) 241-2087 -  bohwoo.kim@mountsinai.org
Description

The Endovascular Mini-Fellowship Program is an activity conducted under the hospices of the Division of Vascular Surgery at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine. The Endovascular training offered will encompass both the body of knowledge relevant to the appropriate procedure selection and application, as well as, training in the technical aspects of endovascular procedures to ensure technical competence. Endovascular training will be provided under the guidance of our vascular surgeons, where they will serve as role models with expertise in both open and endovascular procedures. Our goal is to ensure that our trainees become proficient in the independent practice of endovascular surgery.

Program Length Three months
Mini-Fellowship slots per session One
Fee $10,000 (Full-Time) / $5,000 (Part-Time)  
Web Site In-progress
  
University of Rochester Medical Center - Rochester, NY
Contact Susan Edwards, 585-275-6772  (The program is currently inactive)

 

Mini-Fellowships Outside of the U.S.

 

*Burjeel Vascular Institute, Burjeel Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Program Directors Ramesh K Tripathi, MD, FRCS, FRACS (Vascular)
Contact

Email: ramesh.tripathi@vascularsurgeon.org.

Description

The goals of the Endovascular Fellowship Program are:
  • Training in basic and advanced catheter and guidewire skills
  • Competence in diagnostic arteriography including lower extremity, visceral, brachiocephalic and venous circulation
  • Advanced angioplasty and stenting including visceral, aortoiliac and tibal procedures. Also retrograde approaches to pedal revascularization
  • Familiarity and usage of intravascular ultrasound for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
  • Competence in standard and familiarity with complex EVARs and TEVARs including Hybrid repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms using a wide variety of devices
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Program Length Three months (quarterly)
Fee US$10,000 for three month program. Trainee pays travel, includes housing costs.
Web Site  www.vascularsurgeon.org
  
Belgium - Flanders
Program Director Dr. Marc Bosiers, Head Dept Vascular Surgery, AZ St-Blasius, Kroonveldlaan 50, B- 9200 Dendermonde
Contact
Flanders Medical Research Program, Kroonveldlaan 50, B-9200 Dendermonde, Tel. +32 52-252822,  Fax. +32 52-252289, Email: svs.fellowship@fmrp.be


Description

Short-term and long-term endovascular fellowships are offered.

Long-Term 

  • A stay of at least three months
  • The fellow will be completely enrolled in the service’s daily program and will after an initiation period of at least one month (scrubbing and assisting) be able to perform endovascular procedures as primary operator. The fellow will be actively participating in an endovascular research project
  • Maximum of one fellow/period
  • Training Fee: Euro 4000 per three month period

Short-Term

  • A stay of  two-four weeks
  • Fellow will be allowed to follow cases, scrub in and actively assist during endovascular interventions
  • Maximum of two fellows/period
  • Training fee: €1000.00/week/participant
Web Site

www.azsintblasius.be  (hospital) and www.fmrp.be (research activities)

 

 

Posted June 2010

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