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Dr. Landry elected as a Distinguished Fellow of the Society for Vascular Surgery

Dr. LandryThe Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) elected Gregory Landry, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, as a Distinguished Fellow during their Vascular Annual Meeting held June 16-18, 2011 in Chicago.

The designation of Distinguished Fellow is bestowed upon an active, international, or senior member of the Society for Vascular Surgery who has made substantial, sustained contributions in two of three categories – research, service, or education. The application process requires three letters of support from SVS Distinguished Fellows.

I am honored to be elected as a Distinguished Fellow in the Society for Vascular Surgery and follow the footsteps of my mentors at OHSU, Drs. Greg Moneta, Lloyd Taylor and John Porter. OHSU has played a vital role in the development of vascular surgery as a specialty, and I am proud to be a part of this tradition.
Currently, Dr. Landry is the principle investigator on three research protocols and co-investigator on another 11 research protocols. Within the past three years, he has completed 16 research protocols as primary or co-investigator.

Dr. Landry has served on seven medical journal review boards. He has contributed to 47 medical articles and 35 book chapters. He has made 117 medical presentations. Board certified in both general and vascular surgery, Dr. Landry is a member of 10 professional societies.

The Society for Vascular Surgery is a not-for-profit professional medical society, composed primarily of vascular surgeons, that seeks to advance excellence and innovation in vascular health through education, advocacy, research, and public awareness. SVS is the national advocate for 3,550 specialty-trained vascular surgeons and other medical professionals who are dedicated to the prevention and cure of vascular disease.

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