Jun 18, 2021
Matt Chia and Ali Irshad sit
down with Drs. Meryl Simon Logan and Sree Kanna in part 2 of our
series for newly-matched vascular residents embarking on their next
stage of training.
Meryl Simon Logan (@ProleneQueen) is a staff vascular surgeon at the Olin E.
Teague Central Texas Veteran’s Health Care System in Temple, Texas,
as well as holding an adjunct assistant professorship at Texas
A&M. She currently holds the rank of Major in the U.S.
Air Force, as well as chairs the SVS Social Media Committee.
She completed an integrated residency in vascular surgery at the
University of California in Davis and received her medical degree
from the Drexel University College of Medicine in
Sree Kanna (@VulnerableAorta) is finishing his intern year in vascular
surgery at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Originally from
Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, he completed his medical training at the
Dalhousie Medical School in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has an
interest in aortic surgery and surgical outcomes in indigenous
populations, and on his days off describes himself as an
experimental cook and a horror movie addict.
If you missed it, check out
You've Matched into Vascular...Now What? (Part 1).
is an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut in
Hartford. He completed his integrated vascular surgery residency at
the Houston Methodist Hospital, earned his medical degree from the
University of Massachusetts in Worcester. He has special
interests in medical innovation, novel devices, complex aortic
disease, and diagnostic imaging.
Chia (@chia_md) is in his 5th of 7 years in the integrated
vascular surgery program at Northwestern University. He
obtained his medical degree from the University of Illinois College
of Medicine and is obtaining a Master’s in Health Services and
Outcomes Research at Northwestern. He is part of the Vascular
SECOND trial team at the Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement
Center and is an avid podcast fan.
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