Annual Meeting

Award Recipients

Save the Date!

The Deterling and Darling Awards are presented annually in recognition of an outstanding original paper presented by a fellow, resident or medical student at the Society’s Annual Meeting. To view the list of recipients over the years, click here.


The Deterling Award is named in honor of Ralph A. Deterling, Jr., MD (1917-1992), the second president of the NESVS.


The Darling Away is named in honor of R. Clement Darling, Jr., MD (1927-1999), a founding member and eighth president of the NESVS.

History of Speakers

47th Annual Meeting (2020)

September 11-13, 2020

Boston Marriott Copley Place

Boston, Massachusetts

Future Meetings

48th Annual Meeting (2021)

October 15-17, 2021

Cliff House

Cape Neddick, Maine

The New England Society for Vascular Surgery prides itself on inviting renowned and distinguished speakers from across the U.S. and abroad to share their knowledge and expertise with members and guests. These lectures are often the highlight of the Annual Meeting each fall.


Past Distinguished Lecturers

Past Linton Lecturers

47th Annual Meeting (2020)

The Annual Meeting of the New England Society for Vascular Surgery is designed to provide 2 ½ days of comprehensive education in the fields of vascular surgery and disease, related sciences and the socioeconomic aspects of vascular surgical care. The 2020 Annual Meeting will take place September 11-13 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Target Audience

It is the Society’s intent to bring together surgeons, physicians, researchers, fellows, residents, allied health professionals and students from around New England to discuss their latest clinical and research findings on various topics in vascular surgery and to collaborate to construct a robust program on current controversies or topics within the vascular community.


Boston, Massachusetts

As New England’s social and commercial “hub,” Boston is a vibrant, thriving city known for its cultural facilities, historical landmarks and world-class educational institutions. You can easily uncover the city’s past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge.


Boston is at its most beautiful in the fall. As the leaves turn, Boston’s parks put on an unforgettable show, complementing the historic architecture. A walk along the city’s Freedom Trail now doubles as a foliage tour. It’s a great time to visit Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace, as the crowds thin out, but the weather is still pleasant. On a cooler day, take a stroll through the gorgeous indoor courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. There’s history to be enjoyed as well as the freshest local seafood. There are pocket-parks, public squares and the Arnold Arboretum to stroll or picnic.


The Boston dining scene is one of the country's finest. Award-winning chefs have flocked here in recent years, inspiring the locals to win awards of their own. High-end cuisine abounds and comfort food has reached gourmet levels. Seafood tastes better with waterfront views and a cappuccino in a North End cafe can't be topped without visiting Italy itself.


Boston shops and galleries are inviting any time of year - whether you’re a serious and seasoned shopper, a bona-fide bargain hunter or a whimsical window shopper. You can browse glass-enclosed arcades, meander open-air marketplaces and stroll among independent brownstone boutiques. For the latest in chic, shop Newbury Street in the Back Bay. Think of an upscale retailer - they’re likely in Copley Place.


The Boston art scene is one of the country's most robust, with museums dedicated to everything from classic to contemporary. Visit the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to view the works of the Great Masters or the edgy works of art at the new Institute of Contemporary Art on the waterfront.


Boston is a wonderful blend of stylish sophistication and historic New England charm. You can easily uncover the city’s past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge.