Vikram Kashyap, MD, FACS

Vikram Kashyap, MD, FACS

Vikram Kashyap, MD, FACS

Professor, Department of Surgery
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Professional Memberships

  • Editorial Board, Journal of Vascular Surgery
  • Past President, Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society

External Appointments

  • Division Chief, Vascular Surgery, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
  • Co-Director, Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute, University Hospitals


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  • Doctor of Medicine, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University

Residencies, Internships and Fellowships

  • General Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Vascular Surgery Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine
  • Research Fellowship, National Institutes of Health

Additional Information


  • Integration of University Hospitals Medical Group (UHMG)-University Hospitals Medical Practice (UHMP) surgeons into one group
  • Open surgical and endovascular double digit growth
  • Hybrid operating room-both hybrid and percutaneous cases
  • Achieved Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL) certification for University Hospitals Vascular Labs
  • Continue to develop system Wound Center integration
  • Expanded services at Twinsburg, Concord, Medina and Mentor, Ohio
  • Centralized scheduling using the HVI 844 3800 number for enhanced access
  • Installation and use of 3D Philips Portal
  • Establishing a translational laboratory
  • Recruitment of highly competitive vascular trainees

Clinical Firsts

  • Carotid artery stenting using reversal of flow
  • Thoracic endografting for aneurysms and dissections
  • Endoscopic vein harvest for lower extremity bypass
  • Novel and branched endografts for aortic pathologies
  • Branding of Vascular Center
  • Initiation of multiple new clinical trials


Dr. Kashyap was recruited to lead the Division and assumed this role in February, 2011. His clinical expertise is in the areas of cerebrovascular disease, aortic pathologies, peripheral arterial disease and venous problems. He has been awarded numerous National Institutes of Health and Foundation grants to fund his research. The translational laboratory is devoted to the study of endothelial dysfunction. He is certified in both general surgery and vascular surgery.