Assistant Professor

Andrew Dueck

Vascular Surgery
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Ave, Rm H1-85, Toronto, Ontario Canada M4N 3M5


Dr. Dueck obtained his medical degree from Queen's University in 1999 and then trained in General Surgery at the University of Toronto. During that time he obtained a Masters degree in clinical epidemiology at the University of Toronto focusing on care of aneurysms in the province of Ontario. He then went on to complete a Fellowship in Vascular surgery at the University of Toronto. Following this he did additional training at Arizona Heart Institute in minimally invasive and image-guided cardiovascular surgery.

Dr. Dueck is the head of the division of vascular surgery and co-director of the vascular laboratory at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and sits on multiple committees including the Schulich Heart Executive Committee and the Cardiac Care Network Working group for vascular surgery in Ontario.  He is an associate scientist at the Sunnybrook Research Institute, an Adjunct Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knolwedge Institute, is a member of multiple medical societies and has sat on the executive of the Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery.

Clinical Interests:

Dr. Dueck was appointed to the Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Toronto with a focus on complex vascular care and also image-guided and endovascular interventions.  He has a particular interest in the percutaneous treatment of occlusive disease for critical limb ischemia.  He also has a strong interest in the endovascular and open repair of complex aortic pathology and works closely with university and hospital level colleagues in the Division of Cardiac Surgery. 

Academic Interests:

Dr. Dueck's research interests include novel approaches to cardiovascular imaging.  Imaging of the microvasculature of the peripheral extremities using MRI techniques and non contrast sequences is his current focus.  He also has a strong interest in the evaluation of outcomes following cardiovascular interventions.  He has a particular interest in evaluation of novel or new percutaneous or endovascular devices or therapeutics, and improving outcomes following complex aortic surgery such as thoracoabdominal surgery. 





Queens University



University of Toronto

M.Sc. (Clin Epi)


University of Toronto

Residency in General Surgery


University of Toronto

Residency in Vascular Surgery


Arizona Heart Hospital

Fellowship in Endovascular Surgery