Patrick Luke MD FRCSC
Professor of Surgery
Co-Director of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program
London Health Sciences Centre, University Hospital
339 Windermere Rd
London, Ontario, Canada N6G 2V4Phone:
Patrick Luke is a Professor of Surgery and the Co-Director of the Multi-organ Transplant Program at the London Health Sciences Centre. He completed his residency at the University of Western Ontario, fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh and has been an attending surgeon at LHSC since 2000. He was selected as one of Canada’s ‘Top 40 Under 40’ by Caldwell Partners’ and the Globe and Mail in 2005 and is the 2010 recipient of the American Urologic Association Gold Cystoscope Award, presented to the urologist distinguished by outstanding contributions to the profession within 13 years of completing residency training. Over the last decade, he has published over 80 original papers and book chapters. His clinical research interests include kidney/pancreas transplantation and advanced surgical techniques (robotics, telesurgery, telementoring, laparoscopy). His basic science research involves immunotherapy, organ preservation and optimization of organ function post-transplant. He serves on a number of committees affiliated with the Canadian Society of Transplantation and the American Urologic Association. He is also the section editor for Minimally Invasive Surgery/ Image Guided Therapy for the CUA Journal and is an ad hoc reviewer for a dozen journals including Lancet and the American Journal of Transplantation.
The transplant surgery fellowship program at the University of Western Ontario is the only American Society of Transplant Surgery approved program in renal transplantation in Canada. The Multi-organ Transplant Program at UWO was also awarded the Dean’s Award of Excellence in 2007.