Meet the current trainees in the vascular surgery program at Saint Louis University's School of Medicine.
Amit Kainth, M.D.
Second Year Fellow
Undergraduate: University of British Columbia (2010)
Medical School: Saba University School of Medicine (2014)
General Surgery Residency: Saint Louis University School of Medicine (2019)
Why he chose SLU: “I trained at SLU for general surgery and fell in love with both the city and the
program. From our extensive vascular trauma experience to our open aortic cases, we get it all!”
Yvonne Chung, M.D., M.P.H
First Year Fellow
Undergraduate: University of Texas at Austin (2009)
Medical School, Graduate School: University of Texas Medical Branch (2014)
General Surgery Residency: University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School (2019)
Fellowship, Surgical Critical Care: Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital (2020)
Why she chose SLU: “My interest in vascular trauma and the high volumes seen here makes
SLU a perfect fit. I also wanted to train in a program where open approaches and techniques
aren’t a lost skill set, and SLU provides ample open cases on top of endovascular work.”
Bradley Bowles, M.D.
PGY-5 Integrated Vascular Resident
Undergraduate: Arizona State University (2009)
Medical school: University of Arizona - Phoenix (2015)
His favorite about SLU: “My vascular experience in this program has been excellent, from the University hospital with highly acute patients and trauma, to a large community hospital with complex aortic work. I feel that in training I have exposure to a wide variety of cases that will prepare me for my future practice.”
Jon Orlino, M.D.
PGY-4 Integrated Vascular Resident
Undergraduate: University of California, San Diego (2011)
Master's: Georgetown University (2013)
Medical school: Georgetown University School of Medicine (2017)
Justin D’Addario, M.D.
Undergraduate: University at Albany (2011)
Medical School: Stony Brook University School of Medicine (2018)
Timothy Chilton, M.D.
Undergraduate: Creighton University (2014)
Medical School: Rocky Vista University 2015-2019
Charles Marquardt, M.D.
PGY-1 Integrated Vascular Resident
Undergraduate: Duke University (2013)
Medical School: Loyola University (2020)
What he likes most about SLU: “It's only been a short time, but I already feel at
home here. From the attendings to residents at all levels, there are people I hope to
learn from and emulate in the future. If I can come even somewhat close to that, I'll
be trained the way I was hoping. The brand-new hospital and hybrid rooms doesn't