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Announcing the Semmelweis International Vascular Symposium Organized Jointly with the Frank J. Veith International Society

Basic Medical Science Center of Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary 18-20 May 2023 semmelweis.hu/sivs2023. Click here for details.

Frank J. Veith: The First Living Surgeon To Be Honored With A Named Lectureship By The Premier Vascular Society In The World

 

For the very first time in its 75 year history, the Society for Vascular Surgery has honored a living legend with a named lectureship to be delivered during its annual meeting.

This is the highest award a Society can bestow upon a person whose work made a significant impact on the well-being of vascular patients as well as on the betterment of our entire specialty.

According to a recent announcement made by the outgoing President of the Society for Vascular Surgery, Dr. Ali Aburahma, the application for the creation of the Frank J. Veith Lecture on PAD  made by Enrico Ascher, MD to the SVS was unanimously approved by its Council. Over the last five decades, Dr. Veith has published hundreds of important scientific articles on strategies to salvage severely ischemic limbs threatened by advanced atherosclerotic disease. Dr. Veith was the first to challenge many established dogmas that prevented successful attempts at limb salvage. Several of his pioneering and innovative surgical approaches to lower extremity arterial reconstructions, initially contested by many, are now established strategies in the armamentarium of a modern vascular surgeon.

Thus far, Frank Veith has been the only individual to have received all 4 of the highest honors given by the Society for Vascular Surgery: President in 1995, Life-time Achievement Award in 2010; Homans Lecture in 2016 and now the named Frank J. Veith Lecture to be presented at the VAM for eternity.

Frank J. Veith International Society Associate Faculty Program to be held at the 49th Annual VEITHsymposium in New York City!

Submit Your Abstract on the Podium & Earn Recognition!

 

Abstract submission for the Frank J. Veith International Society (FJVIS) Associate Faculty Program at VEITHsymposium, being held at the New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY is now open and you are cordially invited to submit your work. 


This is the only global event that combines a prestigious Society meeting with the most recognized vascular symposium!! Don’t miss this unique opportunity!


Eligibility

 

Vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists, interventional cardiologists, interventional neuroradiologists, and vascular medicine specialists worldwide are encouraged to submit an abstract.

 

Fellows and residents are also encouraged to submit their research projects.

 

The best three presentations will be publicly recognized during the Associate Faculty Awards Ceremony and winners will receive cash prizes of $1,000 (1st place), $500 (2nd place), and $300 (3rd place).

 

All presenters will be listed on the FJVIS website as Associate Faculty. Abstracts will be published in a Supplement of the Journal of Vascular Surgery.

 

The November 2022 Associate Faculty Abstract Presentations Program will be CME accredited.

 

Guidelines for Abstract Submission Can Be Found Here.





Peter Gloviczki, MD, President of FJVIS

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