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Vascular Fellowship

Training Program

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The vascular surgery training program is a two-year program. Clinical rotations are in the University of Missouri Health Care Center. Our first year fellow rotates through research, clinicals, and endovascular training. The primary rotation of our second year position is clinical.

The vascular surgery fellowship program accepts one PGY-6 categorical resident per year. We are now a two-year ACGME accredited program.

Our graduates have successfully completed their examinations for certification with the American Board of Surgery with an 100% pass rate for the past several years. We are a University based program with emphasis on graduated resident responsibility, research, and education.   A visit to our program will be well worth your time.


How to Apply

Applicant Eligibility

Completion of U.S. General Surgery Residency Program

  • The applicant must have completed a 5 year general surgery residency program accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
  • The applicant must provide a Dean's Letter, three letters of recommendation, medical school transcripts, and passing scores from Parts 1, and 2 USMLE.
  • We do not have a minimum USMLE score requirement. Each applicant must show proof of passing USMLE Steps.
  • The applicant must be willing to appear for a personal interview.

All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (no exceptions).

Review of ERAS applications began in December. Your application must be complete by the following 1st day of April to be considered for an interview.

Interviews are held from mid February to the first week of April and are granted by invitation only.


House Staff Benefits

All University of Missouri-Columbia employees are eligible to receive the same benefits packages with many to choose from.

Medical Benefits Program
The University offers several options for your medical coverage, including a Point of Service (POS) program, Health Management Organizations (HMOs), and a Catastrophic program. The University contributes the majority of the cost of coverage. Your cost depends on the plan option you choose and the number of family members you elect to cover. Enrollment choices include:
Employee Only; Employee and Spouse; Employee and Child;
Employee, Souse and Child(ren)

Dental Benefits Program
Employee Only; Employee and Spouse; Employee and Child;
Employee, Souse and Child(ren)

Life Insurance Program
Employee Only; Employee and Spouse; Employee and Child;
Employee, Souse and Child(ren)

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