Mohamed Zayed, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine,
Director, Vascular Surgery BioBank
Responsible for coordinating meetings and compiling weekly surgery schedules for the BioBank, assists with abstract submissions and poster presentations.
Medical student, WUSM
Lipid changes in diabetes and improving surgical and medical therapies.
Relationship between fatty acid synthase and progression of peripheral arterial disease in diabetic patients.
Novel treatment options for diabetic patients with severe peripheral arterial disease.
Consents BioBank patients, obtains OR specimens, processes specimens.
Former Lab Members
|Michael Bao||Vascular Surgery BioBank||03/15-08/15|
|Katherin Leckie||Role of AngioVac Suction Device||01/15-08/15|
|Raghay Julakanti||Expression of CEPT1 in Plaque||06/15-08/15|
|Uzma Naim||CEPT1 Expression in Diabetic Arterial Tissue||06/15-10/16|
|John Hornick||Call to Identify Risk Factors for Readmission||08/15-12/15|
|Mohamed Kuziez||Type II Endoleaks following EVAR||05/16-08/16|
|Kyoung Mi Park, MS||Mechanism of Peripheral Arterial Disease Progression in Diabetes||11/15-05/17|
|Susie Grathwohl||Role of Phospholipogenesis||07/16-07/17|
|Malik Darwech||Characterization of Fatty Acid Synthase in Vascular Disease||07/16-03/18|
|Alex Wirtz||Research Focus on Novel AV Grafts||07/17-06/18|
|Gayan De Silva, MD||Relationship between Fatty Acid Synthase and Progression of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in Diabetic Patients||07/16-6/18|
|Chao Yang, MD, PhD||Studies Lipidomic of Diseased Arterial Segments in Humans with Diabetes and PAD||11/16-10/18|