The Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Missouri is committed to providing the best quality of care for our patients and the community.

Jonathan Bath

We are the largest academic tertiary regional referral center for vascular surgery in Mid-Missouri, providing complex quaternary care at University Hospital. As the region's only academic vascular surgery fellowship, we have built specialist programs for complex aortic aneurysm management, cerebrovascular disorders, peripheral arterial disease and limb salvage, dialysis access and venous disorders to serve the vascular needs of the region.

The Division of Vascular Surgery has maintained a 2-year ACGME-accredited fellowship for more than 30 years. Many of our fellows have gone on to become leaders in the field of vascular surgery around the country. We believe strongly in graduated responsibility toward clinical and operative autonomy. Our goal is that every fellow be proficient and prepared for the breadth and complexity of vascular surgery.

The Division of Vascular Surgery has an active research presence and is involved in a number of national clinical trials, ranging from lower extremity in-stent restenosis trials, best approaches for critical limb ischemia, carotid interventions and outcomes for AAA. In addition to clinical innovation, we have a strong history of clinical outcomes research using national databases such as the VQI, NIS, Medicare MedPAR, NSQIP and Cerner® HealthFacts EMR data.

Thank you for your interest in the vascular surgery fellowship program at MU. We invite you to contact fellowship director Jonathan Bath, MD, with any questions you may have.


Current Fellows

Adam Stein, MD

Adam Stein, MD

First Year Fellow


  • Hometown: St. Paul, MN
  • Undergrad: Columbia University
  • Medical School: University of Minnesota Medical Center
  • Residency: University of Nebraska
  • Vascular Surgery Interest: Undecided
  • Hobbies: Chopping wood, grilling, and finding new IPA's.
  • Favorite things to do on days off: Spending time with family, cooking a big breakfast, and watching different Star War series.
  • Reason I came to MU: I came to Mizzou because of the good relationship with my home institution, the great reputation of the faculty here at MU, and the breadth and depth of exposure and experience.
Kaitlyn Marie Rountree, DO

Kaitlyn Marie Rountree, DO

Second Year Fellow


  • Hometown: Milltown, NJ       
  • Undergrad: Rutgers University
  • Medical School: A.T. Still – Kirksville College of Medicine
  • Residency: Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
  • Vascular Surgery Interest: Endovascular Aortic Repair, Carotid Surgery
  • Hobbies: Weightlifting, hiking, travel and nature photography
  • Favorite things to do on days off: Long walks on the local trail systems with my family and enjoying the outdoors.
  • Reason I came to MU: I came to MU for the high volume, quality and variety of surgical experience. The vascular faculty and staff are an varied group with a depth and breadth of experience and knowledge that is first rate. Columbia is a fun, midsized college city with lots to offer from outdoor recreation, local restaurants and easy access to major airports.