Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Training

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A message from Program Director Dr. Enjae Jung

On behalf of the vascular surgery faculty and fellows, I’d like to welcome you to the OHSU Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Fellowship Program and OHSU Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program. Our 2-year fellowship is a well-established program that provides exceptional training for accomplished surgeons in the specialized field of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, and we are thrilled to welcome candidates for our new integrated residency program. Our program offers experience in complex endovascular aortic procedures and lower extremity interventions as well as complex open operations, including aortic surgeries, mesenteric bypasses, and leg bypasses. Our trainees also participate in a wide variety of combined surgeries with various other sub-specialists to provide anterior spine exposures, porto-mesenteric or caval reconstructions, and arterial reconstruction for oncologic resections. Research is encouraged, and there is ample opportunity to present at regional and national meetings and produce peer-reviewed publications during training regardless of the training (0+5 or 5+2) track. Thank you for your interest in our program, and please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Program Director: Enjae Jung, M.D.

Assistant Program Director: Leo Daab, M.D.

Program Coordinator: Katherine Rose Franklin

Learn more about our Division of Vascular Surgery

Integrated residency and how to apply

The OHSU Integrated Vascular Residency is a 0 + 5 residency resulting in board eligibility for a primary certificate in Vascular Surgery.  The program received accreditation from ACGME in 2022 and we are participating in ERAS to recruit one PGY-1 position to start July 2023. OHSU has a long established vascular surgery fellowship program and one of the largest general surgery residencies in the U.S.  OHSU vascular faculty have served as faculty for both the fellowship and the general surgery residency and are skilled in teaching learners at all levels of education. Our program offers experience in complex endovascular aortic procedures and lower extremity interventions as well as complex open operations including aortic reconstructions, mesenteric bypasses, and lower extremity bypasses.  Our trainees also participate in a wide variety of combined surgeries with various other sub-specialists to provide anterior spine exposures, porto-mesenteric or caval reconstructions, and arterial reconstruction for oncologic resections. Research is built into the 5 year training experience, and there is an expectation to present at regional and/or national meetings and contribute to peer-reviewed publications.

We additionally are recruiting for one PGY-2 position to start July 2023 outside of the match, for which interested candidates should send an application packet containing the materials listed below, as well as your residency ERAS application, to franklik@ohsu.edu by November 1, 2022.

Integrated residency application requirements:

All applicants for the PGY-1 position 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:

  1. Three (3) letters of recommendation
  2. Dean's letter (submitted by medical schools)
  3. USMLE transcript
  4. Medical school transcript
  5. Personal statement

Integrated residency important dates:

The OHSU Division of Vascular Surgery will be participating in the 2022-2023 Match. We will be recruiting one PGY-1 resident within the Match and one PGY-2 resident outside of the Match, both to begin July 1, 2023. All interviews will be conducted virtually.

Integrated residency application deadline: November 1, 2022

Interview dates:

  • December 5, 2022
  • January 9, 2023
  • January 23, 2023

Fellowship and how to apply

Our two-year fellowship provides exceptional training for accomplished surgeons in the specialized field of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. Our graduates have gone on to successful careers in both academic and private practices. The curriculum is structured in an integrated fashion, with both first and second-year fellows rotating on clinical services at the University Hospital, Portland VA Medical Center, and Legacy Emanuel Hospital. All three sites provide the full spectrum of open and endovascular surgery. Our trainees participate in complex endovascular aortic procedures and lower extremity interventions as well as complex open operations including aortic surgeries, mesenteric bypasses, and leg bypasses.  Our fellows also participate in a wide variety of combined surgeries with various other sub-specialists to provide anterior spine exposures, porto-mesenteric or caval reconstructions, and arterial reconstruction for oncologic resections. Research is encouraged, and there is ample opportunity to present at regional and national meetings and produce peer-reviewed publications during both years.

Fellowship application requirements:

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:

  1. Three (3) letters of recommendation
  2. Dean's letter (submitted by medical schools)
  3. USMLE transcript
  4. Medical school transcript
  5. Personal statement

Fellowship important dates:

The OHSU Division of Vascular Surgery will be participating in the 2022-2023 Match. We will be recruiting two fellows to begin August 1, 2024. All interviews will be conducted virtually.

Fellowship application deadline: December 31, 2022

Interview dates: TBD

Meet our Program Director

Enjae Jung

Enjae Jung, M.D., joined the OHSU Division of Vascular Surgery in 2014 and serves as the vascular and endovascular surgery training 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.

Contact us

Department of Surgery
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park
Mailcode: OP11
Portland, OR 97239

Phone: 503 494-8558

Fax: 503 346-8081

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