The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Surgery

Mitchell H. Goldman, MD, FACS

Professor
Division of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery
Division of Transplant Surgery

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3667-1477

Clinical Focus

Wound Care

Research Focus

Arterial and Venous Disease, Surgical Education, Performance Improvement

Education

Medical School
Harvard University, Boston, MA

Internship
General Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency
General Surgery, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, MA

Certifications

American Board of Surgery
Special Competence in Vascular Surgery

Professional Affiliations

Transplantation Society
Cum Laude Society
Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Association for Academic Surgery
American Society of Transplant Surgeons
Association for Surgical Education
International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation
Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, Board 1996-1999 and 2003-2007
Society of University of Surgeons
International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery
Southern Surgical Association
United Network for Organ Sharing
Society for Vascular Surgery
Society of Vascular Technology, Honorary Member 1992
Association of Program Directors in Surgery
Association of Program Directors in General Vascular Surgery

Current Publications

Biney I, Dudney T, Goldman M, Carder L, Schriver E.
Successful use of hyperbaric oxygen as adjunctive therapy for a nonhealing venous ulcer in a patient with systemic sclerosis and pulmonary arterial hypertension: A case report and review of the literature. Case Reports in Pulmonology. 2020 Feb 24;2020:4750375. eCollection 2020. Available in PubMed: Mar 2020.

Buckley MR, Terry PD, Kirkpatrick SS, Arnold JD, McNally MM, Grandas OH, Freeman MB, Goldman MH, Whelan J, Mountain DJ.
Dietary supplementation with Zyflamend poly-herbal extracts and fish oil inhibits intimal hyperplasia development following vascular intervention. Nutrition Research (New York, N.Y.). 2019 Jun 8;68:34-44.

Terry PD, Knight M, Bollig R, Heidel RE, Miller P, Quinn MA, Daley B, Goldman M.
Overreliance on standardized protocols: A pilot study of surgical residents and fellows. The American Surgeon. 2017 May 1;83(5):159-161.

Jagadish M, McNally MM, Heidel RE, Teffeteller S, Arnold JD, Freeman M, Stevens SL, Grandas OH, Goldman MH.
Diabetic foot ulcers: The importance of patient comorbidity recognition and total contact casting in successful wound care. The American Surgeon. 2016 Aug;82(8):733-736.

Current Presentations

McAdams CD, Stevens SL, Goldman MH, McNally MM. Complex endovascular aortic arch repair utilizing laser in-situ fenestration for thoracic aneurysm type 1A leak. Presented at Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery 48th Annual Symposium; 2021 Mar 13-17; Virtual.

Powell BC, Foulke EE, Buckley MR, Arnold JD, Grandas OH, Stevens SL, Goldman MH, Freeman MB, McNally MM. Increased amputation rates in COVID negative patients during the COVID pandemic. Presented at Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery 48th Annual Symposium; 2021 Mar 13-17; Virtual.

Hodge AS, Fahmy MD, McNally MM, Arnold JA, Grandas OH, Stevens SL, Goldman MH, Carlson ER, Freeman MB, Buckley MR. Clinical outcomes of double manibular osteotomy for exposure of skull based carotid artery pathology. Presented at Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society; 2020 Jan 30 - Feb 2; Steamboat Springs, CO.

Gregory LB, Grandas OH, Tayidi IT, Buckley MR, Arnold JA, Cantafio AW, Stevens SL, Freeman MB, Goldman MH, McNally MM. Contemporary clinical and financial analysis of open versus percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy for occluded hemodialysis access Presented at Southern Association of Vascular Surgery; 2018 Jan 16-20; Scottsdale, AZ.

Tonks S, Lee S, Freeman MB, Grandas OH, Stevens SL, Goldman MH, McNally MM, Arnold JD. Threatened AV access with central venous obstruction: Thoracic outlet decompression versus hero graft. Presented at Southeastern Surgical Congress; 2017 Feb 25-28; Nashville, TN.

Warner K, Buckley R, Mountain D, Kirkpatrick S, Whelan J, Terry P, Goldman M, Freeman M, Grandas O. Zyfamend+Wholemega fatty acid combinatorial therapy inhibits intimal hyperplasia via the attenuation of M2 macrophage differentiation in a rodent model of vascular injury. Presented at Southern Association for Vascular Surgery; 2017 Jan 18-21; Naples, FL.

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