• Member Spotlight

Abhisekh Mohapatra, MD, MS

  • VESS Member Since


  • Undergraduate Education

    University of California, Berkeley

  • Medical School

    Case Western Reserve University

  • Surgical Training: (General Residency/Vascular Residency/Vascular Fellowship)

    Vascular Residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

  • Current Practice

    Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Professional Interests

    Aortic aneurysms and peripheral artery disease

  • Personal Interests

    Skiing, cooking and trying new restaurants, travel, and my new 3-month-old son Rishi

  • Why did you become a vascular surgeon?

    Vascular surgery is a technically demanding specialty with a wide variety of complex patients, disease patterns, and treatment modalities. This makes every patient a unique challenge in finding the treatment strategy that maximizes benefit while being responsive to the patient’s goals and risk tolerance. Vascular surgery is also one of the few surgical specialties where long-term follow-up is the norm, and allows the building of lasting relationships with our patients.

  • Why did you join VESS?

    VESS is an amazing society for early- and mid-career vascular surgeons to get to know each other on a personal and professional level, to share their research and exchange ideas, and to network and develop their careers.

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