Jeffrey E. Indes, M.D., FACSAssociate Professor of Surgery
Chief, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
Dr. Jeffrey Indes is chief of vascular and endovascular surgery in the Department of Surgery. He has expertise in the latest minimally invasive treatments and is conducting clinical trials to test the next generation of vascular surgery techniques and technology.
|M.D.||Mount Sinai School of Medicine of New York University||Medicine, with distinction in research|
|Residency||Temple University Hospital||General Surgery (Chief Resident 2005-06)|
|Fellowship||Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center||Vascular Surgery|
|Name of Award/Honor||Awarding Organization|
|Senior Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Disease||National Institute of Medicine|
|Master Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Disease||National Diabetes Institute|
|Honorary Master Diplomate and Laureate in Peripheral Vascular Disease||American Academy of Peripheral Vascular Disease|
|Fellow||American College of Surgeons|
|Founder, New Haven Chapter||Save a Leg Save a Life Foundation|
|W.L. Gore Research Fellowship||New York Society of Vascular Surgery|
|First Prize, New York Society of Vascular Surgery Case Presentation||New York Society of Vascular Surgery|
|Honors in Research Medical Doctorate||Mount Sinai School of Medicine of New York University|
|Representative||National Student Research Forum|
|First Prize, Medical Student Research Day||Mount Sinai School of Medicine|
|Medical Student Scholarship||Joseph Collins Foundation|
The latest minimally invasive treatments for aneurysms, arterial diseases and venous diseases:
Complex aortic, thoracic and abdominal aneurysms
Carotid artery disease
Peripheral artery disease (PAD)
Arteriovenous access grafts
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Mesenteric and renal vascular diseases
Clinical trials to evaluate new techniques in the treatment of aortic aneurysms, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and carotid artery disease.
Clinical outcomes research evaluating elderly patients with vascular diseases.
Research to evaluate the structure and content of current and past Surgical Education curriculums to improve the quality of how we train young surgeons.