Dr. Kate Bowser
Kate Bowser is a Philadelphia area native who attended Drexel University for both her undergraduate and medical school studies.
In 2011, she graduated summa cum laude from the BS/MD program and Penoni Honors College at Drexel University, where she performed research and coauthored publications in the biochemistry of Alzheimer’s disease and caloric restriction.
While in medical school, Kate joined the Puma/Philadelphia Runner Track Club and won the New Jersey Marathon. She went on to complete the Boston Marathon, finishing in 2 hours and 58 minutes. Kate welcomed her daughter Claire into the world as a fourth-year medical student and went on to pursue General Surgery Residency training as a new mother at Christiana Care Hospital in Newark, Delaware. Throughout her busy clinical training, she presented research in vascular and trauma surgery at local and regional conferences.
Dr. Bowser’s research interests include vascular surgical education, managing asymptomatic carotid disease in the modern era, and the natural history of endovascular treatments in patients suffering from traumatic events.
Kate continues to run and enjoys playing guitar, listening to live music, art, everything Star Wars, and most importantly, spending time with her daughter.
She will be a vascular surgery fellow at the University of Colorado from 2016 to 2018.
Dr. Greg Magee
Greg grew up in Northern Virginia and St. Louis, Missouri. From there he moved to New Haven, CT, where he attended Yale University, played on the varsity football team for four years, and graduated with a double major in Economics & Mathematics and Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry.
In 2000, Greg completed a M.Sc. degree in Applied Statistics at the University of Oxford, where he played on the varsity basketball team. Between graduate and medical school, he spent a year backpacking and photographing his way around the world.
Greg graduated from Yale School of Medicine in 2006. During his time there, he received a scholarship to conduct his thesis research in La Paz, Bolivia, where he helped the Bolivian Ministry of Health develop a testing and treatment program for children with Chagas Disease.
From 2006 to 2013, he was a was a general surgery resident at Stanford, where he served as the administrative chief resident. During his two research years he completed the Stanford Biodesign Surgical Innovation Fellowship, developing patents that formed the basis for two venture-funded start-up companies (Orpheus Medical & Pelvalon), both of which are currently conducting clinical trials.
Greg completed his surgical critical care and trauma surgery fellowship at USC from 2013-2015 and is board certified in General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. He will be a vascular surgery fellow at UC Denver from 2015-2017.
His personal interests include international travel, backpacking, scuba diving, mountaineering, cycling, triathlons, basketball, skiing, and photography.