Dawn M. Coleman, MD is Chief of the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and an Instructor in the Department of Surgery at the Duke Department of Surgery. She was previously an Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Michigan where she served as the Program Director for the Integrated Vascular Residency Program and Fellowship. Dr. Coleman graduated with honors from the University of Cincinnati in 1999 and earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine in 2003. She completed her general surgery residency at the University of Michigan in 2010 and then went on to complete a two-year vascular surgery fellowship at the same institution in 2012. Her clinical interests include the surgical and endovascular management of aneurysmal and occlusive thoracoabdominal aortic and mesenteric vascular disease, including the surgical revascularization of pediatric aortic coarctation and renovascular hypertension. Her longstanding interest in the management of children with developmental aortic coarctation and renovascular hypertension has fueled ongoing translational research interests that focus on the genetic basis of pediatric renovascular hypertension resulting from developmental arterial dysplasia. Dr. Coleman is focused on bridging the gap between pRVH-associated aortopathies/arteriopathies and patient centered outcomes and currently serves as the project lead for the PCORI-funded pRVH PCOR Collaborative.