BS – University of Maryland, 2006
MS – Georgetown University, Physiology, 2009
MD – (Medicine) – Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2013
Vascular Surgical Residency – University of Alabama, at Birmingham 2013-2018
American Board of Surgery, Vascular Surgery
Professional Activity (Current)
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Honors and Awards
American Venous Forum, Servier Traveling Award – 1st place (2016)
Society for Vascular Surgery, Jeopardy Competition – 1st place (2012)
South Asian American Vascular Society, Abstract Competition – 1st place (2012)
Society for Vascular Surgery Introduction to Research Principles Scholar (2012)
Society for Vascular Surgery, Medical Student Funded Scholar (2011/2012)
Society for Vascular Surgery
American Venous Forum
Southern Association for Vascular Surgery
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