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Nick Cheshire is Professor of Vascular Surgery and Head of Circulation and Renal Sciences at Imperial College & Imperial College Healthcare. He is a founder member of the British Society for Endovascular Therapy and former council member of the Society of Academic & Research Surgeons and the Vascular Society.
He is a current member of the organising committees of the Charing Cross International Vascular Symposium in London, the Multi-disciplinary European Endovascular Therapies (MEET) in Marseille and Controversies-Updates in Vascular Surgery in Paris.
Areas of interest
Aneurysms; Endovascular surgery; Lower limb disorders; Reconstructive surgery; Coronary stenting; Venous surgery; Vascular surgery; Abdominal surgery; Arterial surgery; Carotid surgery / endarterectomy
Nick Cheshire's clinical and research interests are in the application of technology to complex arterial disease. He has pioneered stent graft repair of thoracic and thoraco-abdominal aneurysms in the UK, reducing peri-operative mortality by up to 50%. With colleagues in Bio-engineering at Imperial, the team have developed a novel helical stent and helical prosthetic arterial graft, less susceptible to kinking & fracture, and with advantageous fluid mechanical properties.