Carl M. Black, MD graduated from Brigham Young University in Chemical Engineering. He earned his medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine and then completed a transitional internship at Georgetown University, followed by residency in diagnostic Radiology from George Washington University Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident and was elected to AOA. Dr. Black received additional subspecialty fellowship training in vascular and interventional Radiology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Dr. Black has specialized in the treatment of venous disease for over 20 years. He is member of the American College of Phlebology (ACP), the American Venous Forum (AVF), the American Medical Association, the American College of Radiology and the Society of Interventional Radiology. Dr. Black also serves as a board member of American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM) for the ACP. He is the Intermountain Healthcare system-wide section chief for interventional radiology. He is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology and has a certificate of Added Qualifications in Interventional Radiology. Dr. Black is also a Diplomate of the ABVLM. Dr. Black's practice focuses on the comprehensive treatment of venous disease, including endovascular management of deep and superficial venous insufficiency, pelvic venous hypertension, vascular malformations, and deep venous thrombosis. His other clinical and research interests include multimodality vascular imaging, IVC filter management, endovascular management of PE, minimally invasive treatment of malignant tumors, uterine fibroids, peripheral vascular disease, acute ischemic stroke, stage renal disease and chronic pain management. He enjoys providing volunteer humanitarian service in underserved populations and has worked with the Hackett Hemwall Foundation, treating chronic venous insufficiency in Honduras and Mexico. Dr. Black has published and presented many original peer-reviewed scientific articles. While a fellow in vascular and interventional radiology at the University of Iowa, he was awarded the Memorial Gold Medal Research Award by the Association of University Radiologists for his research in the use of carbon dioxide as an intravascular contrast agent. He also serves as a journal reviewer for the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Following four years of active-duty service in the United States Air Force, Dr. Black he joined a large private subspecialized practice group where he has served as president and currently serves on his group's executive board of directors. He is cofounder of the Intermountain Vein Center.