Two New Collaborative Patient-Centered Research Grants Awarded to Study Aortic Aneurysms & PAD

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) cause significant disability and mortality. Improved technologies have enabled less-invasive treatments, but their long-term effectiveness is limited and new interventions are often necessary. Currently, AAA patients are treated surgically with endovascular Read More

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Vascular Cures Spotlight: Wylie Scholar Matthew Corriere

Vascular Cures is proud to #spotlight our 2014 Wylie Scholar, Dr. Matthew Corriere! Dr. Corriere is passionate about increasing the participation of patients with the peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in their own care by enabling providers to involve them in
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Wylie Scholar Program Award

The most enduring contribution to medical innovation is the development of promising young surgeon scientists who bring the real-world problems of patients to their research. Yet sharp declines in research funding and the economics of today’s … Read More

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Dr. Eric Choi Recognized for Amputation Prevention Work and Patient Empowerment

In 2006, Dr. Eric Choi was named our Wylie Scholar for his work on chronic kidney disease and chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI).  Dr. Choi is currently serving as the Chief of Vascular Surgery at Temple Hospital and investigating ways to … Read More

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