About Anahita Dua, MBChB, MBA, MSc

Dr Anahita Dua is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and a vascular surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is the director of the vascular lab, co-director of the peripheral artery disease center, associate director of the wound care program, and director of the lymphedema center. She specializes in advanced endovascular and open techniques for the care of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), diabetic limb disease, aortic disease, carotid disease, thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), and venous disease. She completed her vascular surgery fellowship at Stanford Hospital, General Surgery residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin and medical school in the United Kingdom. She also has completed a masters degree in trauma sciences, an MBA in Healthcare Management, a certificate in health economics and outcomes research as well as a certificate in drug and device development from MIT. She is nationally certified in advanced wound care and management.   Dr. Dua has published over 125 peer reviewed papers and has edited four vascular surgery medical textbooks. She serves on multiple national vascular surgery committees through the Society for Vascular Surgery and other vascular organizations.

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Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114-3117
Phone: 617-726-5308
Fax: 617-726-8230

Medical Education

  • MBCHB, Aberdeen University School of Medicine
  • MBCHB, University of Aberdeen School of Medicine
  • MBA, Western Governors University
  • Residency, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Fellowship, Stanford Hospital & Clinics

American Board Certifications

  • Vascular Surgery, American Board of Vascular Surgery
  • General Surgery, American Board of Surgery

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Dr. Dua's lab focuses on anticoagulation and biomarkers that are predictive of thrombosis and hemostasis in patients that have undergone revascularization. Her clinical and outcomes research focuses primarily on diseases involving peripheral vascular disease, limb salvage and critical limb ischemia. She is part of a technology development team that creates tools to increase walking distance, decrease pain and increase wound healing in patients with peripheral vascular disease. Dr. Dua is also involved heavily in surgical outcomes based research using large medical databases to generate both quality outcomes and cost effectiveness data.