About the fellowship
Our two-year Vascular and Endovascular Surgical Fellowship provides exceptional training for accomplished surgeons in the specialized field of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. Our curriculum is designed within a framework of systematic training that provides the essential elements of specialty based knowledge, clinical judgment, technical and operative skills and professional skills and behavior, critical for success in either an academic environment or community practice setting. The objective of our program is to train vascular surgeons who will be able to work independently and to the standard of an attending or consultant surgeon.
Two vascular fellows are chosen yearly in the match sponsored by the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
All applicants must register with the NRMP match to be considered. Applications and all supporting material should be entered on the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS) sponsored by the AAMC. ERAS application requirements are as follows:
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- Dean's letter (submitted by medical schools)
- USMLE transcript
- Medical school transcript
- Personal statement
- ABSITE transcripts
An initial review of every applicant will be made upon receipt of a complete application. Qualified candidates will receive an invitation to participate in one of our interview days.
Enjae Jung, M.D., joined the OHSU Division of Vascular Surgery in 2014 and serves as the vascular surgery fellowship program director. She obtained her medical degree in 2006 from Washington University School of Medicine and completed both her general surgery residency and her vascular surgery fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, all in St. Louis, Missouri. During her time as a resident, she was honored with the Resident Teaching Award as well as the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the medical school.