Dr. Michael Dudkiewicz, MD, FACS
Michael Dudkiewicz was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. At a young age he received
the National Merit Scholarship, awarded for outstanding academic, extra-curricular
and leadership achievements. He went on to graduate medical school from McGill University
where he was enrolled in the prestigious Med-P program, earning him his Doctorate
of Medicine and Master of Surgery degree (MDCM). At the University of Miami Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Dr. Dudkiewicz was a general surgical resident as well as chief
resident. In addition to his clinical surgical training, Dr. Dudkiewicz completed
a trauma surgery research fellowship at the Ryder Trauma Center where he won awards
for both clinical as well as basic science research. He has also spent time training
U.S. Army forward surgical teams before their deployment in Afghanistan. Prior to
his appointment at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Roosevelt in 2012, Dr. Dudkiewicz trained at NYU Langone
Medical Center where he completed a two-year fellowship program in Vascular and
An active researcher, Dr. Dudkiewicz has been involved in several clinical trials.
He has made numerous oral presentations at national and international meetings and
has been published in professional journals and vascular surgical book chapters.
He is a member of many professional surgical societies, including the American College
of Surgeons, Society for Vascular Surgery, Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery,
Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society and the Eastern Vascular Society.
Dr. Dudkiewicz is a board certified general surgeon in addition to being a vascular
surgeon. His areas of expertise include endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms,
carotid artery disease, lower extremity arterial disease, limb salvage, wound care
and dialysis access. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive endovascular
surgery, including complex carotid, abdominal/thoracic aortic endograft procedures
as well as the treatment of varicose veins.