julie cardoso, President of universal ultrasound management
Julie has over a decade of experience in ultrasound application and management, and over a decade of passion for direct patient care. She has served as a guiding administrator in numerous ultrasound laboratories in echocardiography, vascular testing, and live ultrasound guidance of venous procedures and is expert in all aspects of laboratory function.
She also serves as the Co-Course Director of the Ultrasound Hands-On Training Course and Administrator of the Expert Venous Management Course. Through these courses, she continues to achieve her goal of filling the void that currently exists in comprehensive education of vascular ultrasound.
Eduard marmut, vice president of universal ultrasound management
Co-Director of Accreditation Services of Cardiovascular Credentialing Consultants
Ed earned a bachelor’s degree in Cell Biology and Neuroscience and Psychology in May, 2013 from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Ed has served as a registered Emergency Medical Technician, Emergency Department Registrar, Medical Assistant and Surgical Assistant for a cardiology practice, granting him an intimate knowledge of rapid in-field treatment, hospital protocol, surgical protocol, medical facility protocol, and exceptional patient care.
Jan Sloves, RVT, FASE
Jan, an expert in vascular diagnostics, has over 20 years experience in teaching physicians and sonographers the art of head-to-toe vascular imaging. He has spearheaded vascular imaging academic programs throughout the New York City medical community and enjoys a reputation nationally as a talented educator. He is a faculty member for the International Vein Congress, C3 Conference and Veith Symposium. And, Jan recently co-authored a chapter on Image Optimization for the Atlas of Endovascular Venous Surgery and authored Venous Duplex Ultrasound Protocol for Iliocaval Disease for the Journal of Vascular Surgery Venous and Lymphatic Disorders.
Jessica Norton, RVT
Jessica is a registered diagnostic medical sonographer and registered vascular technologist, currently practicing in all areas of ultrasound. She serves as the Outpatient Technical Manager at the Stonybrook Vascular and Vein Center in Centereach, NY, formerly vascular program instructor for the Western Suffolk Boces School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Northport, NY. She currently also dedicates time as an instructor for the Hands On Training program in New Jersey.
Suguna Arunachalam, RVT, RDMS
Suguna is the Assistant Director of the vascular lab and general ultrasound at Stony Brook University Medical Center. She has been a registered sonographer in the field of vascular technology, general ultrasound, OBGYN and adult ECHO since 2000. Suguna serves as faculty member in the HOT (Hands on Training) Program, and has been a leader in organizing and executing Stony Brook’s free arterial screening programs.
Jennifer Giammarino, RVT
Jennifer is a registered SPI Physics, R.T.(S) (ARRT) and RVT (ARDMS) and earned a bachelor's degree at Parsons School of Design. Jennifer has a passion for patient care and is continuing her Ultrasound education as a master of the discipline. Her goal is to improve patient outcome and exceed the expectations of her patients and professional colleagues.
Erin Trembley, RVS, RCS
Erin is a graduate of cardiovascular ultrasound from Eastwick College, Ramsey, NJ and Cardiology Associates of New Brunswick, East Brunswick, NJ. She’s earned her Registered Cardiac Sonographer (RCS) and Registered Vascular Sonographer (RVS) from Cardiovascular Credentialing, Inc., and her Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) credential from the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers.
Jessica Flynn, RVT
Jessica Flynn is an expert in imaging advanced vascular studies and echocardiograms. Her specialty is imaging stents, bypass grafts, diffuse vascular disease, venous reflux, ilio-caval compression, and performing radiofrequency ablations. Jessica’s true passion is teaching others not only what she has learned, but also helping them find ways to optimize their image, finding different techniques to get the image desired, and ergonomics. Helping the patient is the number one goal.