The faculty in the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy diagnose and treat the full range of blood vessel disorders from complex abdominal aortic aneurysms to varicose veins. As the most active center in the region, surgeons perform more carotid, aortic, and peripheral arterial repairs than any other.

Penn is also home to an extensive diagnostic facility that offers patients state-of-the-art technology with minimal trauma. Additionally, access and participation in the latest research and advanced clinical trials enables us to provide some of the newest and best therapies to our patients.

Working with a dedicated and specially-trained support staff, Penn’s Vascular Surgery team collaborates on a detailed process to improve outcomes and ensure patients and their families receive necessary education and support.

Clinical Care

Leaders in Education and Research

The Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania provides opportunities for residency training in Vascular Surgery, including a traditional two-year residency and a five-year integrated vascular surgery residency.

Current Research Activities

The research activities of the division are strong and range from basic scientific research to clinical research.

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