Michigan Vascular Faculty Fellowship Publications

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.

Michigan Vascular Fellow Publications Since 2015

2015 Publications

Mohammad F., Kabbani L., Taylor A., Cuff R., Rectenwald J., Brown O.W., DallOlmo C., Mattos M.: Novel Open Vascular Surgery Skills Training Model Accurately Differentiates Level of Vascular Surgical Skills, (Forceps Handling, Needle Driving, and Knot Tying) in General Surgery Residents, Vascular Surgery Residents, Fellows, and Faculty. J Vasc Surg 2015;62(3):822. 
Goltz, C.J., Fajardo, A., Taubman, M.L., Farlow, E.C., Veeraswamy, R.K., Motaganahalli, R.L., Sawchuk, A.P., Duwayri, Y.: Gender Differences in Patients Undergoing Fenestrated Aortic Aneurysm Repair.  Journal of Vascular Surgery, June 2015, Vol. 61, Issue 6, Supplement, pages126S-127S.

2016 Publications

Molnar, R. & Molnar, M.: Open Repair of Femoral artery Aneurysm. Atlas of Vascular & Endovascular Surgical Techniques, First Edition: Jan. 2016, chapter 36, pages 275-280.
Mattos, M.A., Brown, O.W.: Advanced Vascular Surgical Skills and Simulation Assessment Program for Senior Vascular Surgery Trainees. J Vasc Surg 2016 June, Suppl;63(6S):53S.
Zuhaili B., Molnar R.: The incidence of carotid stent fracture and concerns regarding stent durability over time. Supplement to Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2016 June; 63(6S):85S.

Tran, K., Fajardo, A., Ullery, B.W., Goltz, C., Lee, J.T.: Renal Function Changes After Fenestrated Endovascular Aneurysm Repair.  Journal of Vascular Surgery, Aug. 2016, Vol. 64, No. 2, pages 273-280.

2017 Publications

Molnar RG, Zuhaili B.:Carotid Angioplasty and Stenting. In Endovascular and Open Vascular reconstruction, A practical approach (Chapter 1, pgs, 3-8), CRC Press, 2017. 
Zuhaili B., Molnar R., Malhotra N.: The endovascular management of a 3.5-cm gastroduodenal artery aneurysm presenting with gastritis and recurrent pancreatitis. Avicenna J Med. 2017 Jul-Sep; 7(3):130-132.

2018 Publications

Mohamed, M., Tawil, A., Al-Salihi, M., Mattos, M.: Left Atrial Myxoma Embolization Presenting as Acute Limb Ischemia: An Unusual Presentation. Cureus, 2018 June;10:e2764, PMID 30101043.
Molnar, R., Malhotra, N.: Technical Aspects of Carotid Artery Stenting, Extracranial Carotid and Vertebral Artery disease, 2018, pages 187-195.
Cheryl I. Anderson Rd, BSN, MSA, Marc D. Basson MD, PhD, MBA, FACS, Muhammad Ali BS, MA, Alan T. Davis PhD, Robert L. Osmer MD, FACS, Michael K. McLeod MD, MBA, FACS, Pam S. Haan RN, BSN, Robert G. Molnar MD, FACS, Andi N. Peshkepija MD, John C. Hardaway MD, PhD, Karen A. Chojnacki MD, FACS, Christopher C. Pfeifer DO, FACOS, Jeffrey M. Gauvin MD, FACS, Mark W. Jones DO, FACOS, M Ashraf Mansour MD, FACS for the Michigan State University Guided Operative Assessment and Learning Consortium; Comprehensive Multicenter Graduate Surgical Education Initiative Incorporating Entrustable Professional Activities, Continuous Quality Improvement Cycles, and a Web-Based Platform to Enhance Teaching and Learning. J Am Coll Surg, 2018 Mar 16.  PMID: 29551697

2019 Publications

Manvar-Singh, P., Segal, M., Etkin, Y., Dodla, R., Landis, G., Krishnasastry, K., Franklin, L.; A rare complication of testicular infarction after femorofemoral bypass highlighting the importance of surgical technique. Journal of Surgical Case Reports, P. 1-3, November 2019, PMID 31737243

2020 Publications

Patel, V., Mattos, M.: The Use of Absorbable Antibiotic Beads for Synthetic Graft Salvage. J Vasc Surg 2020;72(3):e303-e304
Dodla, R, Bemis, J., Mattos, M.: Renal Artery and Visceral Artery Endovascular Interventions. In Hoballah, J. and Bechara, C. (eds): Vascular Reconstruction: Anatomy, Exposures and Techniques, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia, Springer, 2020, pages 457-492.
Zuhaili, B., Al-Nouri, O., Aridi, H., Malas, M.: Building a Clinical Practice at Other Sites: Community-Affiliated Sites of Practice. In Building a Clinical Practice. S. Wang, A. W. Beck (eds), (Chapter 17, pgs. 161-167) Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020 
Chun, T., Judelson, D., Rigber, D., [et al, including Molnar, R.]: Managing central venous access during a health care crisis. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 2020 Jul 15. PMID: 32682063

2021 Publications

Taaffee, J., Kabbani, L., Goltz, C., Bath, J., Mattos, M., Caputo, F., Singh, P., Vogel, T.: Feasibility and Evaluation of Surgical Simulation with Developed Crisis Scenarios: A Comparison of Performance by Vascular Surgery Training Paradigms. Journal of Surgical Education, May 7, 2021, pages 1-7.
Zuhaili, B., Black, J. 3rd.: The Current Management of Visceral Artery Aneurysms. Adv Surg. 2021 Sep;55:57-73.
Qrareya, M., Zuhaili, B.: Management of Postoperative Complications Following Endovascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Surg Clin North Am. 2021, Oct;101(5):785- 798. 
Kinning, A., Goltz, C., Dodla, R.:Colonic Ischemia After Aortoiliac Operation. Contributors to VSCORE Curriculum (Vascular/Fellowship Level), Nov. 28, 2021

One of the Largest Groups of

Vascular Surgeons in the Midwest

Providing the best possible vascular care for the physicians, patients, and institutions of our community.

One of the Largest Groups of Vascular Surgeons in the Midwest

Providing the best possible vascular care for the physicians, patients and institutions of our community.