Vascular Medicine

Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program

The Brown Family Fellowship in Vascular Medicine at Vanderbilt is designed to provide comprehensive training in vascular medicine through core multidisciplinary rotations.  The one-year clinical fellowship will equip trainees to apply for certification in Vascular Medicine through the American Board of Vascular Medicine and obtain the Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI) credential.

Core rotations will include those in the outpatient vascular medicine clinic, inpatient vascular medicine consultation service, the non-invasive vascular laboratory, and rotations in vascular imaging, vascular interventions, benign hematology, and vascular surgery.

The Vascular Medicine section at Vanderbilt University Medical Center aims to produce leaders in the field of vascular medicine through exposure to the highest level of vascular care.  Trainees will become facile in the evaluation and treatment of arterial, venous, and lymphatic disease and also become familiar with rarer arterial diseases through exposure to the dedicated Marfan Syndrome and Aortic Disorders Center led by Dr. Joshua Beckman and Dr. Clayton Kaiser.  The Arteriopathy Clinic is led by Dr. Esther Kim.

For applicant requirements and more information about the Vascular Medicine fellowship, view the brochure.  

Applications will be accepted until March 15, 2019.  

Vascular Medicine Faculty

Joshua Beckman, MD, MS
Director, Section of Vascular Medicine
Program Director, Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program

Esther S. H. Kim, MD, MPH
Director, Arteriopathy Clinic

Aaron W. Aday, MD
Vascular Medicine