Pivotal Hands-On Training, Multidisciplinary Mastery

Fellows and Residents: Unleash your potential at the inaugural Peripheral Vascular Trainee Lab (PVTL), taking place October 12–13, 2024, in Chicago, Illinois. 

While the early stage of your career focuses on developing expertise within your specific field, PVTL provides a hands-on experience where trainees can expand their horizons while recognizing the interconnected nature of healthcare disciplines and the immense value of collaborative, team-based patient care.

Led by Dr. Kumar Madassery and multidisciplinary experts in the fields of interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, and vascular surgery, this pivotal meeting promises an innovative experience, ensuring tomorrow's leaders are well equipped to address the complexities of real-world patient scenarios.

  • This event has been designed with one purpose, to encourage collaborative education and foster camaraderie among professionals in historically isolated specialties, who can instead make a bigger impact on patients when working together. Trainee-focused education is the only real opportunity to develop comprehensive changes in the current PVD landscape that can have a positive impact for the future. We intend to do this with interactive case-based education performed as a group, as well as with the hands-on cadaver/simulator exposure to various devices, anatomy, and algorithms in PVD."
    — Kumar Madassery, MD

Who Should Attend?

This nonaccredited event will provide scholarships to fellows and residents pursuing careers in the fields of interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, and vascular surgery.

Spots are limited and will include complimentary tuition plus a $500 travel stipend.

Attendees will have the opportunity to connect 1 to 1 with faculty, industry leaders, and peers during clinically relevant sessions, hands-on stations, and networking events.


Support the Next Generation of Peripheral Vascular Leaders

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor? Contact Colleen Waters at cwaters@hmpglobal.com to get involved with this important educational event.

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