Kevin Lindholm, B.S., R.V.T.
Kevin Lindholm joined the team in the Vascular Center Research Department in June of 2014. Mr. Lindholm brings with him 19 years of experience as a Vascular Technologist. His extensive knowledge of vascular disease processes and diagnostic imaging modalities has been a valuable asset to the research team. Mr. Lindholm now works as both a clinical research coordinator and vascular sonographer on our current research projects.
Mr. Lindholm is currently working on several research projects investigating new treatments for peripheral arterial disease, including a national registry for Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD), stem cell therapy for patients with critical limb ischemia (CLI), investigational drug study for patients with intermittent claudication (IC) and a large multi-center National Institutes of Health funded trial for the treatment of CLI comparing endovascular repair vs open surgical bypass.
Mr. Lindholm graduated in 1996 from the Oregon Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in Medical Imaging. Kevin spent a year of clinical externship in the Vascular Lab at the UC Davis Medical Center. He became a registered vascular technologist in 1996.