2021 Annual Meeting November 5 & 6, 2021

You are invited to the Texas Society for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery’s 36th Annual Meeting being held in-person this November 5th and 6th, 2021.

Following 2020's virtual conference, we are pleased to announce that 2021 will be in-person at the Hyatt San Antonio, TX.

Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk
123 Losoya Street
San Antonio, TX
210-222-1234

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  • Member Physician........................$125
  • Member Allied Health....................$40
  • Fellow/Resident/Student................Free
  • Non-Member Physician.................$200
  • Non-Member Allied Health.............$70

2021 Annual Meeting Goals

At the end of the meeting attendees should be able to:

  • Understand Endovascular interventions and the differences between the various issues affecting Endovascular surgery and practices;
  • Understand the durability and outcomes of mesenteric artery interventions;
  • Understand the complexity of endovascular therapies for aortic pathology;
  • Identify indications/contradictions of interventions for cerebrovascular disease, open surgery and stenting;
  • Evaluate the efficacy of endovascular revascularization of the lower extremity; Identify patient comorbidities that may affect outcomes in a negative manner;
  • See how aortic anatomy can affect outcomes of endovascular repair;
  • Evaluate new treatments for carotid stenosis;
  • Understand changes developing in the field of vascular surgical education; Be familiar with important areas of basic science research that is currently being performed by vascular surgeons.

At the end of the meeting attendees should be able to:

  • Understand Endovascular interventions and the differences between the various issues affecting Endovascular surgery and practices;
  • Understand the durability and outcomes of mesenteric artery interventions;
  • Understand the complexity of endovascular therapies for aortic pathology;
  • Identify indications/contradictions of interventions for cerebrovascular disease, open surgery and stenting;
  • Evaluate the efficacy of endovascular revascularization of the lower extremity; Identify patient comorbidities that may affect outcomes in a negative manner;
  • See how aortic anatomy can affect outcomes of endovascular repair;
  • Evaluate new treatments for carotid stenosis;
  • Understand changes developing in the field of vascular surgical education; Be familiar with important areas of basic science research that is currently being performed by vascular surgeons.

2021 Scholarships Available For Vascular Trainees

Introducing the all-new Trainee Traveling Scholarships, available for Medical Students interested in applying to a Vascular Surgery Residency Program, and Residents and Fellows wishing to expand on their education in Vascular Surgery.

The Traveling Scholarship is meant to assist with costs associated with attending a Regional Society Meeting. Funds allocated are as follows:

  • Medical Students: Up to $300 *
  • Residents and Fellows: Up to $500 *

* Reimbursement for fees incurred

Application Criteria:

1. Please submit a Letter of Intent detailing your interest in Vascular Surgery and how this scholarship will help you to further your research and career in the field of Vascular Surgery. Please be sure to include the following details in your letter heading:

a) Your Mailing Address

b) Your Institution and Program Name

c) Your Program Director's (or Chief's) Name

d) Your Program Year (Indicate if Medical Student, Resident, Fellow)

2. You must be pre-registered for the course to be considered.

3. Must be located in the Region of Texas, Oklahoma, or Southern New Mexico.

4. Must be currently enrolled in Medical School or accredited Residency or Vascular Fellowship.

 

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