Chris Caster is a 1996 graduate of Oregon Tech's Vascular Technology program. He recently completed his masters degree in Education through the University of Phoenix.
Before joining Oregon Tech's faculty, Chris worked for Pacific Vascular Inc. (PVI) in Seattle, Wash. PVI serves the vascular needs of several hospital-based and stand-alone vascular labs throughout the Puget Sound region. PVI is well known for its thorough exams and specialization in cerebrovascular testing. While working at PVI, Chris was involved in teaching vascular scanning techniques to doctors and students at PVIs education facility located in Bothell, Wash.
Chris teaches several sophomore courses in the Vascular Technology program, and also teaches the cerebrovascular course to the junior class.
Chris was born and raised in Klamath Falls, and considers it a privilege to teach Vascular Technology in his hometown. Chris enjoys many outdoor activities, including fishing, water skiing, snow skiing and flying radio controlled aircraft.
Prior to entering his career in Vascular Technology, Chris had also earned a bachelors degree in Pastoral Studies at Eugene Bible College.