Micheal Ayad, M.D.

Dr. Micheal Ayad is board certified in vascular surgery and general surgery. Dr. Ayad earned his medical degree at University of Texas School of Medicine. He completed his residency in general surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Ayad also completed a vascular surgery fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University.  Dr. Ayad is a Fellow of American College of Surgery and a member of the Society of Clinical Vascular Surgery and Society of Vascular Surgery. He has widely published peer-reviewed research on arterial and venous disease as well as authored multiple book chapters on arterial disease, vascular trauma and venous pathology.

Dr. Ayad is the current associate chief of the division of Vascular Surgery and the co-director of the Vascular Lab at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Additional Articles by: Micheal Ayad, M.D.

Venous Dedicated Stents: How They are Shaping the Vascular Frontier of Venous Disease?

CHRONIC VENOUS obstructive disease is common. Though rarely a cause for mortality or limb loss, it can be devastating for a patient’s quality of life. Advances in endovascular th...