Slew of regional vascular societies welcome new leaders for 2022–23 

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Robert Rhee delivers the EVS 2022 Presidential Address before departing the role

A number of regional vascular societies across the U.S. and Canada introduced their 2022–23 slew of officers during their annual meetings across the fall months.

Among the leaders taking office in the U.S. were Jeffrey Jim, MD, who took over as the Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society (MVSS) president; Peter Faries, MD, who assumed the same role at the head of the Eastern Vascular Society (EVS); Wei Zhou, MD, the new president of the Western Vascular Society (WVS); and Sean Roddy, MD, now the New England Society for Vascular Surgery (NESVS) top office holder. 

In Canada, John Harlock, MD, assumed the reins of the Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery (CSVS) for the next 12 months. 

Taking their leave from the presidential stage for the 2021–22 year were Raghu Motaganahalli, MD, from the MVSS; Robert Rhee, MD, of the EVS; Vincent Rowe, MD, at the WVS; Andres Schanzer, MD, atop NESVS; and Luc Dubois, MD from the CSVS.

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