Professor Ian Loftus

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Last updated: 28 Apr 2020

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  • Vascular surgery

About me

Professor Loftus qualified with distinction in surgery in 1992, and trained in vascular surgery in Leicester. He was appointed as a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at the St Georges Vascular Institute in 2004 to help develop the clinical and research reputation of the Unit. He has subsequently been appointed as a Professor in Vascular Surgery at the University of London.

Prof Loftus runs a clinical research unit within the St Georges Vascular Institute and is Director of the regional aneurysm screening programme for South West London and East Surrey. He is the past President of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland (2018-19). He is also Past-President of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy. A pioneer in the field of minimally invasive and endovascular techniques, Prof Loftus has published over 200 research papers and multiple books and chapters relating to vascular surgery.

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• Varicose veins • Endovascular and endovenous (keyhole) treatments • Aneurysms • Thoracic outlet syndrome • Popliteal entrapment syndrome; Carotid disease

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