Founded originally in 1947 as a Cardiovascular Society, our society is one of the oldest in the country. We have since evolved into the “New York Society of Vascular Surgery” as our field has changed and our members are predominantly vascular surgeons. We strongly encourage membership to all vascular and cardiovascular surgeons and encourage interested medical students, general surgical residents and vascular trainees alike to both attend our meeting and participate in our events.
We also have a sponsored research fund through our society designed to foster academic pursuits for our residents and fellows.
Society meetings are held biannually in both the fall and spring and serve to provide a collegial and academic
environment for the discussion and perpetuation of vascular issues.
Typically our fall meeting focuses on vascular and endovascular case presentations and our spring meeting offers a guest lecturer of national repute.
As always, meetings are set in an elegant New York venue over dinner.
I look forward to seeing you all at our upcoming spring meeting which will be held at the University Club in New York City on May 16th