Dr. Mark A. Adelman

Innovator in Endovascular Treatment of Aortic and Venous Diseases

Experience
Dr. Adelman joined the NYU faculty in 1987, and became a tenured faculty member in 2004. He is Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Surgery and an Associate Professor of Surgery.

Dr. Adelman is well known nationally and internationally for his academic accomplishments. He has been an investigator in over 25 clinical trials and holds 3 U.S. and international patents for surgical instruments. He has twice been the first physician to place a new endovascular device into a human after FDA approval in the United States.

Dr. Adelman has published over 60 peer review publications, and is well recognized by the media. He has appeared on Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer and The Today Show with Katie Couric, discussing advances in venous surgery techniques. He is annually recognized to be one of New York’s best physicians in publications including New York Magazine and Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors.

His clinical interests include venous pathology, endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysm and carotid artery disease. Dr. Adelman is recognized nationally and internationally for his minimally invasive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins and other venous diseases.

Professional Memberships
Dr. Adelman has served as president of the New York Society for Vascular Surgery, and is currently the United States representative to the Association of International Vascular Surgery. He has presented at vascular surgery meetings around the world including the United States, Argentina, Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy and England.

Education
Dr. Adelman completed his medical school, residency, and fellowship training at NYU School of Medicine.

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Vascular Surgery

530 First Avenue
Arnold and Marie Schwartz Health Care Center (HCC)
Suite 6F
New York, NY 10016

Take the H elevators to the 6th floor. Our offices are at the end of the hall.

Phone: (212) 263-7311 (option 3, listen for the appropriate prompt)

Fax: (212) 263-7722