Biography: Education: Fellow - Vascular Surgery, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; Chief Resident UMDNJ-University Hospital; Resident - General Surgery UMDNJ-University Hospital MD New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey; BS - Chemistry Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gaetano DeRoseSenior Medical Director for Surgical Services at LHSC
Biography: Dr. De Rose graduated from Western University's medical school and completed a residency in General Surgery at Western University. Following two years of post - fellowship training at McGill University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and the University of Toronto, he returned to the Department of Surgery, Western University at Victoria Hospital in 1982. The Division of Vascular Surgery was established in 1987 with Dr. De Rose serving as Program Director until 2001. His clinical interests include all aspects of vascular disease, with a special focus on aneurysmal disease, complicated aortic surgery endovascular surgery, having initiated endovascular aneurysm program in 1997. He is currently Associate Professor of Surgery at Western University, Site - Chief of Surgery at Victoria Hospital and Medical Director of Surgical Care at London Health Sciences Centre.
Adam PowerProgram Director
Biography: Dr. Adam Power joined the Division of Vascular Surgery as an assistant professor in the fall of 2012. After obtaining his medical degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Dr. Power attended McMaster University for his general surgery residency. During his residency at McMaster, Dr. Power also received a Master of Bio-Science Enterprise (MBE) degree from the University of Cambridge, UK. He then headed to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester for a Vascular Surgery Fellowship. Dr. Power's research interests include the areas of innovation, new products and intellectual property surrounding medical devices.
Luc DuboisResearch Coordinator
Biography: Dr. Luc Dubois, assistant professor, joined the Division of Vascular Surgery in October 2013 and was promoted to associate professor in July 2020. Dr. Dubois received his MD from the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University in 2005, followed by a general surgery residency and a vascular surgery fellowship also at Western. While at Western, he received a Master of Clinical Epidemiology and was part of the Clinical Investigators Program. He also completed an endovascular fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. Having received many research awards during his residency, Dr. Dubois’ research focus is on developing novel, patient-directed, outcome measures. He is also interested in studying patient expectations surrounding surgical therapy, and patient-based decision making.