The educational program is based on a series of weekly and quarterly conferences that cover the spectrum of vascular disease and related conditions. Vascular fellows have a significant role in planning and overseeing the presentations. For a description of the specific conferences, please click here.
The Division of Vascular Surgery has formalized a list of competency-based goals and objectives by rotation and by year of training.
PGY-6 (1st Year) goals and objectives
PGY-7 (2nd Year) goals and objectives
How to Apply to our Residency Program
One position is filled each year through the National Residency Matching Program. Applications can be sought by registration with the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Applications are filed through ERASA and are reviewed in February. Invitations for interview are provided in early March. Personal interviews are conducted during the month of April in advance of the match date in the early spring. All applications are made one year in advance of anticipated entry in the training program. Applicants must be at least in their fourth year of training in an accredited general surgery residency program. At the time of matriculation, the entering fellow must have completed general surgical residency and be eligible for certification or certified by the American Board of Surgery.
- January 3, 2022 was the deadline to apply to the residency program.
For more information about the residency program, contact:
Surgical Specialties Education
Office: (615) 875-0779
The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) office can be reached at: 2450 North Street, Northwest, Washington, DC 20037-1127, fax 202-828-4797, NRMP@aamc.org.