Roy Greenberg, MD, was honored during the Vascular Annual Meeting held in San Francisco with the first of a series of lectures in his name. Dr. Stephan Haulon, MD, PhD, Professor of Surgery, Université de Lille 2, Chief of Vascular Surgery, Hôpital Cardiologique – CHRU Lille, Lille, France spoke on “New Frontiers, New Solutions? Lessons Learned from Training with a Pioneer.”
Dr. Greenberg is currently Professor of Surgery of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Lerner College of Medicine. His prestigious career is focused on development and assessment of endovascular devices for treating aortic diseases. He holds more than 50 patents. He developed a mathematical model for processing and fusing imaging modalities to facilitate complex aortic endograft repair. Dr. Greenberg has served as national principal investigator for several endograft trials and holds four personal IDEs related to endograft repair; most notable among these is his work with fenestrated and branched endografting.
This first in the Greenburg series of lectures was supported by a seed grant to the SVS Foundation from Cook Medical.