Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust King's Health Partners and Tunbridge Wells Hospital
Dr Lukla Biasi is an experienced vascular and endovascular surgeon with a dedicated commitment to the sub-specialties of lower limb revascularisation and carotid surgery.
Lukla Biasi graduated with distinguished honours from the University of Bologna, Italy; following a research fellowship at St Georges’ Vascular Institute in London, he completed the specialist training at the University Hospital of Parma, Italy, where he was appointed Consultant Vascular Surgeon in 2009.
Lukla moved to the UK in 2014 for a clinical fellowship on complex lower limb revascularisation at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London.
Lukla took up his consultant vascular appointment at Guy's and St Thomas’ NHS Trust in 2016. He is currently the lead for Lower Limb Revascularisation, fore-fronting cutting edge endovascular treatments. He has a specialist interest in complex wound management, digital health literacy and telemedicine.
He was awarded an International PhD - Doctor Europaeus – “summa cum laude” in 2018 with a doctoral thesis on Complex Infra-Popliteal Revascularisation in patients with Critical Limb Ischaemia.
Lukla has published on international peer-reviewed journals and is, at present, editorial board member of the Vascular & Endovascular Review Journal (VER) and reviewer for the European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (EJVS), the British Journal of Surgery (BJS), Annals of Vascular Surgery (Ann Vasc Surg), the Journal of Vascular Endovascular Surgery (VES), Angiology and JRSM Cardiovascular Disease.
In the private sector, Lukla has implemented a multidisciplinary Vascular Wound Care service (www.vascularwoundcare.com) for timely assessment, diagnosis and treatment of vascular lower limb ulcers and complex wounds.
Lukla is supporting the charitable sector (Leg Club Foundation) and advocating for marginalised population.
Dr Lukla Biasi is on the editorial board for Vascular and Endovascular Review Journal.
Peripheral Artery Disease - General