Andrew Lennox

Head of Department, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia

Andrew Lennox is a Vascular and Endovascular surgeon and Head of Department at Prince of Wales Hospital, who trained in Sydney and the UK, completing a fellowship at the St Mary’s Vascular unit in 1999. After joining the Prince of Wales Vascular Unit in 2001 he has introduced new endovascular technologies in peripheral, aortic and carotid interventions to the Unit, and has continued to be involved in trialing new devices and techniques. As head of the department, he is actively involved in training courses and education, overseas vascular fellow training and is part of the organising committee and live case interventions for the Verve conference in December each year in Sydney. He has an interest in complex AAA management and new peripheral interventions in addition to thoracic outlet disease, renal transplantation, venous interventions and spinal access surgery.