Vincent L. Rowe, MD

Vincent L. Rowe, MD

Vascular Surgery
Accepting new patients
Primary Location
Gonda Vascular Surgery
200 Medical Plaza
Suite 504
Los Angeles, California 90095
Phone

About

Dr. Rowe is a Professor of Surgery and Division Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at UCLA.

He is certified by the American Board of Surgery in General Surgery, and in the Vascular Surgery specialty, and serves on its Vascular Surgery Board as Chairman for the Vascular Surgery In-Training Examination (VSITE) Committee.

Dr. Rowe has received numerous teaching awards and has contributed to the surgical literature with over 160 peer reviewed manuscripts, abstracts, and textbook chapters.  He is currently the Associate Editor for the main vascular textbook, Rutherford’s Vascular and Endovascular Surgery.  His major research interests include lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (PAD), vascular access for hemodialysis, and traumatic vascular injuries. 

Dr. Rowe is active in many surgical societies including a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of the American Surgical Association, and a Distinguished Fellow of the Society for Vascular Surgery where he serves as the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Chairperson. He is the past President of the American College of Surgeons Southern California Chapter, the Southern California Vascular Surgery Society and immediate past President of the Western Vascular Society.

Languages

English

Education

Medical Board Certifications

Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 2000
Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 1997

Fellowship

University of Tennessee Medical Center, 1999

Residency

Kaiser Permanente LAMC, 1996

Degree

University of Southern California, MD, 1991

Hospital Affiliations

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center

Areas of Focus

Angioplasty and stenting
Mycotic aneurysm
Pediatric vascular surgery
Lower extremity bypass
Mesenteric vascular disease
Carotid stenosis

Research

Interests

  • peripheral arterial disease (PAD) 
  • vascular access for hemodialysis
  • traumatic vascular injuries