Washington, DC – Anthony Charles Venbrux, MD, FSR, FAHA, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Lifetime Achiever in the field of Medicine as an Interventional Radiologist and a Professor of Radiology and Surgery at George Washington University (GWU).
The dedicated staff at GWU School of Medicine is committed to excellent patient care, advancing the field of radiology, and providing quality education. The Department of Radiology offers a renowned residency program and specialized fellowships to train the next generation of radiologists, clinicians, and researchers.
Dr. Venbrux ‘s clinical interests include women’s health issues, including embolization of fibroids, peripheral vascular interventions, biliary and urinary tract interventions, and non-surgical treatment of pelvic varices. In addition to women’s health his special interests are Venous Thromboembolic disease, and IVC filters.
In preparation for his career, Dr. Venbrux attended the University of Idaho for an undergraduate degree and then University of Washington School of Medicine for a medical degree. He went on to complete a residency at the Letterman Army Medical Center. Seven years later he completed his fellowship at the Walter reed Army Medical Center.
In addition to Dr. Venbrux’s success in Interventional Radiology lead to a number of published written works. “Uterine Artery Embolization” published in Postgraduate Obstetrics & Gyneocology and “Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (Pelvic Venous Incompetence); Impact of Ovarian & Internal Iliac Vein Embolotherapy on Menstrual Cycle and Chronic Pelvic Pain”. He has also served as a chairperson of the Cardiovascular Radiology Council of the American Heart Association. Other society memberships include the American College of Radiology and Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR), The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the Cardiovascular Society of Europe (CIRSE).
Dr. Venbrux dedicates this recognition to his first academic mentor, Professor Ruedi Thoeni, MD and in loving memory of his parents Jack and Maria Venbrux.