Conference Schedule and Education Opportunities

Conference Schedule SHC

  • Morbidity and Mortality
    1st and 3rd Mondays of the month
    7:00am in the Alway M112 Classroom
  • Interesting Cases
    2nd and 4th Mondays of the month
    7:00am in the Alway M112 Classroom
  • Vascular Surgery Resident / Fellow Conference
    Every Wednesday
    6:00pm in the Alway M121 Large Coference Room

    VA Surgery Conference Room

  • Interventional Radiology Conferences
    Every Friday
    7:30am in the Large Conference Room (H3632)
  • Multidisciplinary Complications Conference
    Last Friday of the month
    7:30am in the Large Conference Room (H3632)

Conference Schedule VA

Vascular Pre-Op/Resident Education Meeting
Every Tuesday
2:00pm Bld 100 room B3-136

Conference Schedule SCVMC

Nephrology/radiology Conference
Every Friday
9:00-10:00 am -  Radiology Conference Room


Stanford Vascular Surgery Visiting Professor Series 2017-2018

February 5 - 6, 2017

Samuel R. Money, MD FACS
Professor of Surgery 
Mayo Clinic
Phoenix, AZ
Lecture:  "Segmental Arterial  Mediolysis"
Grand Rounds:  "Surgeon Personalities and Burnout"


April 16 - 17, 2017

Peter Gloviczki, MD
Professor of Surgery
Chair, Division of Vascular Surgery
Director, Gonda Vascular Center
Mayo Clinic 
Rochester, MN
Lecture:  TBD
Grand Rounds:  TBD

 

Stanford Vascular Surgery Visiting Professor Series 2016-2017

February 6-7, 2017

Tara M. Mastracci, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FRCS
Clinical Lead, Complex Aortic Surgery
The Royal Free Hospital
London, England
Lecture:  Vascular Surgery in the Post Modern Era
Grand Rounds:  The Unintended Consequences of Fast Paced Innovation in Surgery

March 20-21, 2017

Daniel Clair, MD
Chair, Department of Surgery
Palmetto Health/University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Columbia, SC
Lecture:  What Will We Need to Know of Open Aortic Surgery
Grand Rounds:  A Surgeon’s Responsibilities

April 3-4, 2016

Thomas Forbes, MD
Professor and Chair, Division of Vascular Surgery
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario Canada
Lecture:  Popliteal Artery Aneurysms: When to Treat and How?
Grand Rounds:  Evidence Based & Personalized Surgery- Paradigm Fusion NOT Shift

April 24-25, 2017

Bernadette Aulivola, M.D., R.V.T., R.P.V.I., F.A.C.S.
Director, Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
Program Director, Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Medical Director, Vascular Non-invasive Lab
Loyola University Medical Center, Stritch School of Medicine
Lecture:   "Tibial Artery Intervention"
Grand Rounds:  " Give an Inch and It'll Take a Foot: The Role of Ischemia in Limb Salvage in the Diabetic Patient"

May 8-9, 2017

Frank Veith, MD
Professor of Surgery
New York University and The Cleveland Clinic
The William J. von Liebig Chair in Vascular Surgery
The Cleveland Clinic
Lecture:  “Popliteal Artery Aneurysms: When to Treat and How?”
Grand Rounds:  “Evidence BasedPersonalized Surgery – Paradigm Fusion NOT Shift”

Upcoming Education and Funding Opportunities


Two funding opportunities from Biodesign for medical technology for global needs
For further details click the link below.

Global Biodesign Opportunities

NIH T32 Training Grant "Vascular Surgery Research Training"
For further details click the link above.

Recent Education Events

Steamboat Springs, CO January 2011- The Peripheral Vascular Surgical Society  Annual Ski Meeting was organized this year by Program Committee Chairman, Dr. Jason Lee, with presentations from several members of the Stanford group.  For more information about the conference and presentations, visit the PVSS website.

Sunriver, OR. September 2010- The Western Vascular Society Annual Meeting held a tennis tournament in which Dr. Lee won, and Dr. Jocelyn Dunn came in second. The Stanford team was joined by two Stanford Students, Elsie Gyang and Ji Son.

Boston, MA. June 2010- The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) hosted its inaugural Vascular Surgery Jeopardy Competition at the 2010 Vascular Annual Meeting for vascular surgery trainees, general surgery residents, and medical students. Six teams were chosen to compete, each composed three members: one medical student and a combination of two general surgery residents and/or one general surgery resident and one vascular surgery trainee. The Jeopardy categories covered a wide spectrum of knowledge ranging from Anatomy and Arterial Disease to Pharmacology and History, and was moderated by Dr. Melina Kibbe (Northwestern). After two heated rounds, Team West triumphed over Team Mid Atlantic in Final Jeopardy, taking home the prizes and title as the inaugural champions of the SVS Jeopardy Event. Cash prizes were awarded to the winners and a great time was had by all.

Team West members:
Faisal Aziz, MD, Jobst Vascular Center, Toledo, OH, Vascular Surgery First Year Fellow
Wayne Causey, MD, Madigan Army Medical Center, Ft. Lewis, WA, General Surgery PGY-3/research
Yohko Murakami, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, MS-3

For more information regarding the WVS conference, please see their page at WVS 2010 Annual Meeting