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Vascular Surgery Fellowship

Training World-Class Vascular Surgeons

The Duke Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program includes training in open surgical techniques endovascular techniques, diagnostic modalities (MR, CT, ultrasound, and PVRs), and related fields (cardiology, hematology, interventional radiology).

The curriculum is structured in an integrated fashion, with both first and second-year fellows rotating on clinical services at the Durham VA hospital and the University Hospital, and elective months focusing on vascular imaging, venous disease, complex dialysis access, and endovascular intervention.

Our graduates have gone on to very successful careers in both academic and private practices, and we are committed to training the most technically proficient and thoughtful vascular specialists in the country.

Program Director

Mitchell Cox, MD

Fellowship duration: Two years

 

Program Resources

Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program handbook (PDF, 758 KB)

Contact Us

For more information, contact:

Program Director

Mitchell Cox, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery
Duke University Medical Center
Box 2833
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-681-2550
E-mail: mitchell.cox2@duke.edu

Program Coordinator

Penny A. Potvin, C-TAGME
Duke University Medical Center
Box 2834
Durham, NC 27710
Email: penny.potvin@duke.edu