Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

The Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery provides cutting edge care to patients with vascular disease. We pledge to provide the highest quality care based on clinical standards rooted in applied research and outcomes, while maintaining respect for our patients and their families.

The Vascular Surgery residency program spans the continuum of care: from pre operative assessment, plan and execution of operations, critical care management, post operative recovery, and post surgical follow up evaluation. Residents are exposed to a variety of surgical and endovascular surgical treatments- from standard surgerical to new and innovative technologies. The primary focus of our program is to produce vascular surgery surgeons that are competitive for both academic and private practice positions at the completion of their training. 

 

Two Former Fellows Join the Surgical Team at UVA Heart & Vascular Center

UVA Health System has added two new faculty members to the Department of Surgery, both of whom completed their fellowship training at UVA.

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Vascular Surgery Residency Program

The vascular surgery residency program is two continuous years of clinical training in adult vascular and endovascular surgery.
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New Division Chief W. Darrin Clouse

Dr. Clouse, MD, is the new chief of the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. He was most recently an associate professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School.
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Research Projects and Funding

The Vascular Research Laboratory has seven separate research studies underway to improve research techniques and outcomes. Our department has numerous collaborations within the University and with academics at other institutions.
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Support Our Mission

Every Vascular Surgery researcher is dedicated to better results for patients in our clinic. Your contribution, whatever its size, can help ensure we are able to offer the best care based on advanced medical research.