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October 12, 2019


 

INTRODUCTION

Each year the Society of Vascular Surgery (SVS) holds its annual vascular meeting (also known as the Vascular Annual Meeting or VAM). This meeting rotates from an east coast based (Washington, Boston), central based (Chicago) and western based (San Diego)...

June 20, 2019

Attending your first national medical conference as a medical student can seem daunting. Once you get to the meeting, you will find there are multiple clinical sessions running concurrently, a large exhibit hall with industry sponsors, procedural demonstrations, and ra...

June 17, 2019

This year’s Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) took place just a short distance away from Richmond – in Washington DC! After completing a research project with Dr. Amendola over winter break during my M1 year, I was excited to present my poster at the conference. This was m...

It was just my luck that my first ever Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) happened to take place in Boston, Massachusetts, where I had spent four memorable years of undergraduate education. Now, after another four years, I had the opportunity to return to the city I so fond...

July 15, 2018

The 2018 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) in Boston, Massachusetts gave me an inside look at cutting-edge vascular surgery research through innovative educational seminars and mentoring/networking sessions designed to foster and encourage a path in the field of vascular s...

June 23, 2017

I recently had the amazing opportunity to attend the Vascular Annual Meeting (or VAM), sponsored by the Society for Vascular Surgery. As a medical student who just recently completed my first year of school… this was my first conference (let alone national conference),...

November 30, 2016

As we approach the holidays I thought I would take the time to give pre-medical and medical students some advice to what they could potentially be doing during their down time. The holidays are great for a variety of reasons - family, friends, time off from traditional...

July 7, 2016

At this time of year, we see a variety of changes on surgical services in our academic medical center. We see graduating residents and new attendings, but the most exciting dynamic is when new third year medical students arrive ready to cut their teeth on some good cli...

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