Ross Milner, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery
Director, Center for Aortic Diseases
Dr. Milner has been the primary investigator on numerous endovascular device trials. In one study, he examined the use of remote pressure sensor monitoring for surveillance after endovascular aortic aneurysm repair. He also is working on the development of a prosthetic vein valve. His research has been funded by the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.
A dedicated educator and mentor, Dr. Milner teaches medical students, residents and fellows about vascular disease management, including the use of aortic stents. In addition, he is frequently invited to speak at national and international conferences on vascular surgery and aortic aneurysms.
A prolific author, Dr. Milner has written more than 75 abstracts and manuscripts, as well as more than 20 reviews and chapters in leading textbooks on endovascular therapies. In addition, he serves on the editorial board for several prominent scientific journals, including The European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Vascular Disease Management, and Endovascular Today, and reviews manuscripts for inclusion in peer-reviewed journals, such as the American Journal of Surgery and the Journal of Vascular Surgery.
The University of Chicago Medicine
University of Chicago Physicians at Matteson
Year Started Practice
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Internship and Residency
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (general surgery)
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (vascular and endovascular surgery)
Association for Academic Surgery
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The Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence appointed Dr. Milner as the first master clinician; in this role, he mentors both student and faculty scholars as they work to improve doctor-patient communication and clinical decision-making.
View a partial list of Dr. Milner's publications through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online database.