Rochester, Minnesota


Shuja.Fahad@mayo.edu Clinical Profile


Fahad Shuja, M.B.B.S., has an interest in clinical research focusing on patient outcomes, with a goal of defining the right treatment for the right patient.

Focus areas

  • Outcomes after complex endovascular interventions to treat peripheral artery disease with special emphasis on limb salvage and quality of life, and understanding when these treatments are indicated
  • Understanding the natural history of acute aortic syndrome
  • Minimizing the risk of stroke after carotid artery stenting

Significance to patient care

With the ever-increasing realm of vascular interventions, it is crucial to analyze these procedures to make them safer and more effective. The notion of one-size-fits-all does not hold true for most of these procedures, and treatments must be tailored to individual patient needs. Observational data mimicking a real-world setting can be a tremendous asset to understanding disease conditions and potential treatments.


Primary Appointment

  1. Consultant, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Department of Surgery

Academic Rank

  1. Assistant Professor of Surgery


  1. Visiting Fellow - Advanced Aortic Endovascular Surgery Klinikum, Nuremberg
  2. Fellow - Vascular Surgery Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  3. Resident - General Surgery Massachusetts General Hospital
  4. Research Associate - Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Critical Care Massachusetts General Hospital
  5. Teaching Assistant - Biological & Biomedical Sciences Aga Khan University
  6. MBBS Aga Khan University

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