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Bio

Guillermo Escobar
University of Arkansas

Dr. Escobar is an assistant professor of surgery, treating patients at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and at the Little Rock Veteran's Administration Medical Center.

He graduated with honors from La Salle University Medical School in Mexico City in 2000. He did his general surgery internship at the Mayo Clinic, and completed his general surgery residency at the University of Colorado in 2008. During this time he also did a 2 year NIH Basic Science Research fellowship, and received the University of Colorado's Ben Eisman Basic Science Research Award.

Dr. Escobar completed his vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Michigan in 2010, during which was the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery's Top Gun Champion in 2009, and runner up in 2010. He joined the University of Michigan Vascular Surgery faculty from 2010-2013 during which time he was awarded the Arnold G. Coran award for excellence in surgical teaching, and was awarded two research grants from the Society of Vascular Surgery and the Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society.