Vinit N. Varu, MD, RPVI, FSVS
Dr. Vinit N. Varu is a
double-board certified vascular surgeon. He completed a two-year vascular surgery fellowship at
Stanford University, one of the most prestigious training programs in the nation. Additionally, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at
Northwestern University. His groundbreaking research on the effects of nitric oxide on vascular
biology in diabetes mellitus has made him an international expert in the
field. He completed his general surgery residency, medical and undergraduate
degrees at the
University of Illinois at Chicago, during which time he received numerous accolades for his academic
achievements, teaching endeavors, and innovative research.
Clinical & Surgical Experience
Dr. Varu’s clinical acumen includes all aspects of open arterial
and venous surgery, although he champions a more minimally-invasive approach when feasible.
He is one of only a few interventionalists in the Central Texas area who
is trained to perform the cutting-edge implantation
of Fenestrated and Branched endografts for
abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) in addition to many cutting-edge interventions.
In addition to his clinical and surgical expertise, Dr. Varu has
authored 12 peer-reviewed articles and has been the primary author on
four textbook chapters related to vascular disease. He has presented his research at prominent
scientific meetings throughout the United States and Canada. He is also
a registered physician in vascular interpretation (RPVI), the highest
standard in vascular ultrasound interpretation.
Get In Touch with Dr. Varu Today!
At Texan Vein & Vascular, Dr. Varu and his staff strive to provide
the highest quality care for patients suffering from vascular diseases
with the use of the most advanced surgical and endovascular therapies.
Providing treatment for vascular issues in
Austin, Cedar Park,
Round Rock and
Georgetown, you have nothing to lose by getting in touch with our office.
Call to schedule your
free initial varicose and spider vein evaluation* with Dr. Vinit Varu today!