Dr. Gill completed her General Surgery training at McGill University in 2012. During her residency she earned a Masters Degree in Public Health from Harvard University. She went on to complete her Vascular Surgery Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical College in 2014 where she had exposure to all advanced endovascular treatments including those for aortic pathology as well as carotid, mesenteric and peripheral arterial disease.
She trained at one of the highest volume centers for complex endovascular aortic interventions and is certified in the use of fenestrated and branched devices to treat complex aortic pathology. Her clinical practice includes advanced endovascular treatment of aortic pathology as well as peripheral and mesenteric vascular disease. She also has a strong interest in vascular access.
Dr. Gill is in charge of research for the division of vascular surgery with interests in prehabilitation in vascular surgery and geriatric vascular surgery.