Education: Obtained an undergraduate degree at New York University in 1992 with a B.A. in Classical Civilization of Greece and Rome. Competed Medical School at SUNY HSC at Syracuse in 1996 and stayed at SUNY Syracuse for residency in General Surgery which I completed in 2000. I subsequently did a Vascular Surgery fellowship for 2 years at SUNY Stony Brook from 2001-2003 followed by an Endovascular fellowship in 2003 at Texas Tech.
Professional Career: Following my training I stayed on staff as an Attending Vascular Surgeon from 2003-present at Stony Brook University Medical Center. I developed the Stony Brook Vein Center in 2003 which is a leading venous center providing complete venous care. My interests and research is in deep venous disease including diagnosis and treatment of deep venous thrombosis, chronic venous obstruction and pelvic congestion syndrome. I have published over 30 papers, presented over 20 abstracts and given over 50 lectures both nationally and internationally.