The College of Phlebology is delighted to be joined at the 2018 International Veins Meeting by Vascular Surgeon, Dr Seshadri Raju from the Rane Center in Jackson, Mississippi.
Dr Raju is a leading specialist in venous and lymphatic diseases, and has been widely recognised for his work on hemodynamics, diagnosis, and treatment for venous disease. In addition to this, Dr Raju is known to be a pioneer in venous stenting techniques.
Alongside this revolutionary work, Dr Raju is also a founding member, previous president, and Distinguished Fellow of the American Venous Forum, and a Distinguished Fellow of the Society of Vascular Surgery.
Throughout his career to date, Dr Raju has had 75 book chapters, 2 books and over 200 peer-reviewed publications published covering the topics of immunology, vascular surgery, transplantation surgery and venous disease.
At the 2018 International Veins Meeting, Dr Raju will be sharing his expertise on using IVUS as a decision maker, a placement guide and a quality control when stenting veins; and will be participating in/chairing a number of sessions, including speaking on the following topics:
- Modelling Lower Limb Haemodynamics (Friday 16th March, 8.45-9am, Science, Practicals & Aesthetics)
- Role of Air-Plethysmography & Ambulatory Venous Pressure in Chronic Venous Disease (Thursday 15th March, 9.40-10am, Science, Practicals & Aesthetics)