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Mr Jonathan Boyle

Consultant vascular surgeon and affiliate assistant professor

I was appointed as consultant vascular surgeon at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge in 2002. I have active research interests in EVAR, outcome modelling and renal injury in vascular surgery and I publish extensively on these topics. I established an endovascular service for ruptured aneurysms in Cambridge.
Jonathan Boyle

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My current role

I am currently the senior consultant vascular surgeon in Cambridge and I have a number of other roles both within CUH and outside.

Previous history

I qualified from the University of Leicester in 1991. I trained in Leicester, Southampton and Portsmouth and was involved in the early development of EVAR within the UK; work that led to my MD thesis. I undertook a year of endovascular training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide Australia, prior to joining CUH in 2002.

Membership and accreditations

I am a member of the clinical reference group for vascular surgery and clinical lead for the National Consultant Information Scheme (NCIP) Vascular Surgery (NHSEI).

I am the current president of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland (2021 - 2022) and served as president of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy from 2013 to 2015. I am a senior editor elect of European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and I am also a long-standing member of the editorial board of the Journal of Endovascular Therapy.

I am also enthusiastic about post-graduate training, serving as training programme director for core surgical training in the east of England from 2007 to 2012 and chairman of the Vascular Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC) overseeing vascular training in the UK and Ireland from 2015 to 2018. I am currently an affiliate associate professor in the department of surgery at the University of Cambridge.

I am the immediate past chair of the audit and QI committee of the vascular society and was the driving force behind the peripheral arterial disease quality improvement framework (PAD-QIF) and collection of aortic device data within the national vascular registry. This work has led to my recent appointment as chair of the vascular surgery and interventional radiology steering group for the NHS medical devices safety programme.

Personal interests

When I am not at work I enjoy playing hockey and cricket and cycling. I like spending time with my family and walking the dog.