Rami O. Tadros

Rami O. Tadros
Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA
 
Biography
Dr. Tadros received a Bachelor of Science degree Summa Cum Laude from Saint Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Tadros then went on to earn a Doctor of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine with highest honors. Dr. Tadros completed his training at The Mount Sinai Medical Center as a member of the first integrated Vascular Surgery Class. Dr. Tadros? research interests include: reducing distal embolization and complications following carotid stenting, optimizing outcomes following endovascular aneurysm repair, investigating gender and racial disparity in vascular disease, understanding the impact of various treatments and risk-factors on critical limb ischemia, and studying novel cell-based therapies to repair degenerative aneurysms. His work has been published extensively in several peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Tadros clinical interests span all areas of vascular disease and surgery. Having trained in the Integrated Vascular Surgery residency, Dr. Tadros is skilled in the interventional, endovascular, open-surgical and medical management of all arterial and venous diseases. In particular, he is interested in the care of patients with arterial aneurysms, vasculopathies, peripheral arterial and venous diseases, cerebrovascular disease, kidney disease requiring dialysis access, complications of diabetes mellitus, and other conditions requiring complex vascular care. In addition to treating patients at the main Mount Sinai campus on the Upper East Side, Dr. Tadros actively sees patients on the Upper West Side. Residents of the Upper West Side have convenient access to high-quality vascular services at theMount Sinai Multispecialty Physicians Upper West Side location.
 
Research Interest
Dr. Tadros research interests include: reducing distal embolization and complications following carotid stenting, optimizing outcomes following endovascular aneurysm repair, investigating gender and racial disparity in vascular disease, understanding the impact of various treatments and risk-factors on critical limb ischemia, and studying novel cell-based therapies to repair degenerative aneurysms. His work has been published extensively in several peer-reviewed publications.