You are invited to the Texas Society for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery’s 35th Annual Meeting in Dallas, TX this November 6th and 7th, 2020.
We are pleased to welcome you to Dallas. 2019 in Austin was very successful with the addition of several new sessions, including the an all-new Medical Student Symposium, the expanded Multidisciplinary Training Program which includes a Resident and Fellow session, the Diversity Panel, and our revamped Simulation Skills Lab.
This year, President William P. Shutze has invited renown vascular surgeon Dr. Amy Reed as the 2020 Honorary Rutherford Guest Lecturer.
New in 2020 - we have added a second guest lecture, the Honorary Cliff Buckley Lecture which will take place on Saturday during the meeting.
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.
Applications for 2020 available soon!
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 *
* Reimbursememt for fees incurred
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.