While Michigan Vascular Fellows complete our Fellowship program, they have the opportunity to conduct independent research. Some of the cutting-edge research they share garners attention from medical journals and publications. Our fellows proudly collaborate with the medical community to share findings that elevate medical care.
See below the list of publications that include MVC Fellows; Faculty Fellows’ names are in bold.
What is a Vascular Fellow?
“Fellow” is the term used for a physician in advanced, specialized training. To become a vascular surgeon, medical school graduates must take additional training, including a general surgery residency, and be accepted into a vascular fellowship program. Graduates have completed an additional seven years of surgical training. There are only about 100 vascular fellowship programs in the nation, typically producing one, sometimes two, vascular surgeons per year.
Learn more about our fellowship program on our information page.