The Practice of Vascular Surgery in 2028: How Will it Change?

Monday, February 5
8:57 AM - 9:06 AM
Location: Great Hall 1-3

Richard Neville

Associate Director, INOVA Heart and Vascular Institute
INOVA Health system
George Washington University MFA

Richard F. Neville, MD, FACS is Director of Vascular Services for the INOVA healthcare system in northern Virginia, as well as Associate Director of the INOVA Heart and Vascular Institute, and, Vice-Chairman for Surgical Sub-specialities. Dr. Neville’s prior positions include Professor of Surgery and the Ludwig Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery at George Washington University, and, Chief of Vascular Surgery at Georgetown University. He completed medical school at the University of Maryland and a general surgery residency at Georgetown University before moving on to a fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in endovascular device development. Dr. Neville then completed a vascular surgery fellowship under the direction of Dr. Robert Hobson. Dr. Neville is a Distinguished Fellow of the Society for Vascular Surgery, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of many other societies including the Southern Association for Vascular Surgery. Dr. Neville is a national and international lecturer having published of over 100 manuscripts, 200 abstracts and 150 invited lectures while remaining actively involved in research and the education of students, residents, fellows, and other physicians. He has consistently been named to the Best Doctors in America and Washingtonian Top Docs. His clinical interests include lower extremity revascularization, wound healing, amputation prevention, carotid artery treatment for stroke prevention, as well as hemodialysis access.


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