Coleman Lab

Dr. Coleman
Dr. Coleman is an Assistant Professor of Surgery within the Section of Vascular Surgery. She graduated with honors from the University of Cincinnati in 1999 with a B.S. in Biology and earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine in 2003. She completed her general surgery residency at the University of Michigan in 2010 during which time she received a NIH T32 grant to focus on DNA damage responses in pancreatic tumorigenesis, the efforts of which were awarded with a traveling fellowship from the Society of University Surgeons and multiple institutional research awards. She went on to complete a two-year vascular surgery fellowship at the same institution in 2012.

Her clinical interests include the surgical and endovascular management of aneurysmal and occlusive aortic and mesenteric vascular disease, the management of complex venous disease, and surgical revascularization of pediatric coarctation and renovascular hypertension. Dr. Coleman's research interests within the Conrad Jobst Research Laboratory aim to better elucidate potential tobacco-induced epigenetic mechanisms behind aortic aneurysm development.