Abstract Submissions

Welcome to the 12th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Georgia Vascular Society (GVS)! We are thrilled to extend an invitation to all GVS members, residents, fellows, and medical students to submit their abstracts for presentation at this year’s scientific sessions. This is your chance to share your groundbreaking research, gain valuable feedback, and network with leaders in the field of vascular medicine. Join us in advancing vascular care and shaping the future of healthcare. Submit your abstract today and be a part of this premier scientific gathering hosted by the Georgia Vascular Society!

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Residents and Fellow Competition

Residents and Fellows participating in the 2023 Resident & Fellow Paper Competition represented Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery; Augusta University, Medical College of Georgia, Department of Surgery; Mercer University, School of Medicine (Savannah), and the University of Tennessee, School of Medicine in Chattanooga, TN. R. Anthony Meena, MD received the “2023 Robert B. Smith, III, MD Resident Award” for his presentation entitled “Comparison of Non-Autologous Hemodialysis Grafts: Bovine Carotid Artery Versus Synthetic”

Medical Students

Medical students are encouraged to participate in the educational program. This will be the ideal setting to present a research project in a supportive, friendly environment.

Medical Students participating in the 2023 W. Daniel Jordan, MD Medical Student Paper Competition represented Emory University School of Medicine; Augusta University, Medical College of Georgia; AU/UGA Medical Partnership; PCOM – South Georgia, and Mercer University School of Medicine – Savannah.

Queen Abure, a MS3 student from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, was the 2023 recipient of the W. Daniel Jordan, MD Award for her presentation “Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm with Horseshoe Kidneys” at the GVS 11th Annual Scientific Sessions held on September 15-17, 2023, at The Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds, Lake Oconee.


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