Deep Dive Session

Multidisciplinary Approach to Access Associated Steal Syndrome

Tuesday, February 6
5:05 PM - 5:15 PM
Location: Regency Ballroom 1

Karl A. Illig

Professor of Surgery
USF Morsani College of Medicine
University of South Florida

Dr. Illig attended Harvard College, where he was a Division I All-Ivy springboard diver, and Cornell Medical College in New York, graduating AOA in 1984. He completed his general surgical residency, research fellowship, and vascular surgical fellowship at the University of Rochester, joining the faculty there in 1997. After serving as program director and division chief, he relocated to the University of South Florida in 2011, where he served as director of the division of vascular surgery and associate chair for faculty development and mentoring until a few months ago.
Dr. Illig’s major clinical and academic areas of interest are thoracic outlet syndrome and AV access, including treatment of advanced problems. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 40 chapters, multiple invited reviews and commentaries, and two books, including the definitive multi-author textbook on thoracic outlet syndrome. He’s one of the developers of the concept that the venous thoracic outlet plays a role in many patients with AV access dysfunction, and has surgically treated over 90 people with this condition, a procedure that is increasingly being performed elsewhere in the world. He’s an Academic Fellow of the Society for Vascular Surgery, a member of the American Surgical Association, and served on the Vascular Surgery Board of the ABS, where he has been a senior board examiner for the past 9 years.


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