Now Accepting Applications

Due December 4, 2020

Vascular Medicine Fellowship

The Division of Vascular Surgery at the Stanford School of Medicine is proud to offer the Stanford Vascular Medicine fellowship.  The Stanford Vascular Medicine fellowship is an integrated multidisciplinary program with the goal of producing Vascular Medicine specialists with expertise in the diagnosis and non-invasive treatment of a wide spectrum of arterial, venous and lymphatic diseases. This Non-ACGME accredited 1-year fellowship is for fellows who have finished at minimum a 3-year Internal Medicine residency and wishes to expand their expertise in Vascular Medicine.

The curriculum covers a wide range of approaches in vascular disease management as well as advanced training related to wound care, noninvasive imaging, and therapeutic approaches. To obtain this diverse body of expertise and knowledge, the fellow will rotate through multiple specialties including those in vascular surgery, cardiology, endocrinology, hematology, rheumatology, neurology and radiology.

Vascular Medicine is a fertile area for scientific investigation and this program will provide experience to suitably equipped individuals who seek to assume a leadership role in academic Vascular Medicine.

Application Instructions

Due December 4, 2020

We appreciate your interest in the Vascular Medicine Fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center.

To be eligible, you must have completed an Internal Medicine residency.

Physicians currently in Internal Medicine associated fellowship programs (Cardiology, Hematology, Endocrinology, Nephrology etc) are welcome to apply.

Interested candidates should send the following documents to Rose Azarian -

  • CV with photo
  • USMLE transcripts
  • personal statement 
  • three letters of recommendation including one from the Program Director 

Vascular Fellowship Outline

Non-ACGME accredited 1-year fellowship for fellows who have finished at minimum a 3-year Internal Medicine residency and wishes to expand their knowledge in Vascular Medicine.

The clinical training will mainly occur in multiple outpatient specialty clinics. Certian rotations will occur in block rotations, but many of the continuity clinics will be spread throughout multiple weeks.

Available rotations Include:

Aortic Disorders clinic Diabetes clinic Hyperlipidemia, Preventive Cardiology clinic
Lymphatic Disorders clinic Neurovascular Disorders clinic Pulmonary Hypertension clinic
Radiology (Cardiovascular Imaging) Thrombophilia clinic Vascular Interventional Radiology
Vascular Laboratory Vascular Medicine clinic Vascular Surgery clinic
Vasculitis clinic Vein clinic Wound Center
Inpatient Vascular Surgery service Inpatient Diabetes service Inpatient Pulmonary Hypertension service
Inpatient Stroke service    


Program Director: Eri Fukaya M.D., Ph.D. (  Interested individuals must have completed an Internal Medicine residency (with or without advanced cardiology, hematology or rheumatology training).

Program Coordinator: Rosaline Azarian (