Current Fellows


Limael Rodriguez, MD

Limael E. Rodriguez was born in New York City and raised in Houston, Texas. He is the son of Drs. Jose E. Rodriguez (Orthopedic Spine Surgeon) and Amarilis Vega (Nuclear Medicine). He graduated from Texas Lutheran University with a dual major in General Chemistry and Molecular Biology in 2007. He was a 4-year letterman on the TLU NCAA Division 3 Men’s Soccer team. 

Dr. Rodriguez received his medical degree at Universidad Central Del Caribe (UCC) School of Medicine in 2011. He completed his internship at UCC, and followed with a postdoctoral fellowship in cardiothoracic surgery research at the Methodist DeBakey Heart and Vascular Center in Houston, TX. He then completed his general surgery training at Ponce Health Sciences University/Hospital San Lucas in Ponce, Puerto Rico. 

Dr. Rodriguez is well published in General, Vascular, and Cardiothoracic surgery.  He has won several awards in surgical clinical research, including the Servier Award for best clinical study at the 2016 American Venous Forum. He is a two time winner of the American College of Surgeons-Puerto Rico Chapter Best Clinical Research Study award. He also served as the ACS Liason of Vascular Surgery for the Resident and Associate Society for 2019. He is set to graduate from the CU Vascular Surgery Fellowship in summer 2021.

Limael Rodriguez, MD

Abraham Kaslow, MD

 

Abraham Kaslow was born in Hollywood, California and grew up close to downtown Los Angeles. He attended the University of California Berkeley where he majored in Integrative Biology as well as Global Poverty.  He was also a member of the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Division 1 Water Polo National Championship teams.   

 Following college, he spent significant time in the Ecuadorian Amazon as a member of a UC Berkeley run public health initiative aiming to deliver sanitation and potable water to marginalized indigenous communities.  It is there that he was introduced to Doctors Without Borders which inspired him to attend medical school.  

 Abraham returned to California and attended the Keck School of Medicine of USC and developed a passion for Surgery.  He completed his General Surgery residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami where he was quickly drawn to Vascular Surgery.   

 In his spare time he enjoys swimming, water polo, running as well as playing the piano. Dr. Kaslow will be the vascular surgery fellow at the University of Colorado from 2020 to 2022. 

Abraham Kaslow, MD