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Training the Next Generation of
Vascular Surgeons

The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a world class clinical institution with a diverse national and international patient population in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland. Fellows receive unequaled open and endovascular training and graduate as incredibly competent and confident open and endovascular surgeons.

Through the national leadership involvement of our entire faculty, fellows will be positioned for leadership positions in vascular surgery themselves and success when they graduate.

 
 

Meet Our Leadership

 
 
 

Learn More About the Fellowship

Learn more information about the Johns Hopkins Vascular and Endovascular Therapy Fellowship by contacting our program administrator, Diana Call.

 
 

Invited Lecture Series

We feature two invited lecture series, the Brandi Rutherford Lecture and the Miller Lecture, which features innovative vascular surgeons to discuss the latest vascular health topics and research.

 

Specializations

We provide training for multiple services at Johns Hopkins, providing one fellow to manage and treat comprehensive vascular diseases.

 

Operation Volumes

Learn more about the operative experience in both open and endovascular surgery we offer fellows.

How to Apply

One fellow is chosen per year in the match sponsored by the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). All applicants must register with the matching program to be considered. Applications are made through ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service at the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Virtual interviews will be held on Wednesday, February 24th and Friday, February 26th from 8 am - 12:30 pm.

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