Current Positions Held
Committee Positions Held
Mount Hospital Medical Advisory Committee & Accreditation Committee
Previous Executive Member of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Vascular Surgeons (ANZSVS)
Previous member of the West Australian Health & Medicine Advisory Panel
Jepson Medal Annual Scientific Meeting RACS 2004
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery
Journal of Endovascular Surgery
Investigator for International Carotid Stenting Study (ICSS)
Dr Brendan Stanley is a highly regarded and respected member of the Vascular and Endovascular community throughout Australia and internationally.
He completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) in 1987, was awarded a Fellowship in General Surgery in 1998 and a Fellowship in Vascular Surgery in 2000 by The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
In 2001 Dr Stanley began a consultant private practice at Waverley House, St Andrews Hospital, Adelaide. In 2005 Brendan commenced private practice at the Mount Medical Centre in Perth previously held by the eminent Dr Michael Lawrence-Brown.
Dr Stanley has held Visiting Consultant Vascular surgical positions at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Fremantle Hospital and Fiona Stanley Hospital and operates at The Mount Hospital, St John of God Hospital (SJOG) Murdoch and the Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Brendan consults at Mount Medical Centre in Perth, SJOG Murdoch Medical Centre and SJOG Mandurah Consulting Suites.
Dr Stanley has extensive training and collaboration in Vascular and Endovascular surgery. He has been at the forefront of advancing the treatment of vascular disease with minimally invasive interventional surgical techniques that have resulted in shorter recovery periods whilst reducing both morbidity and mortality in patients.
Brendan along with his team of outstanding clinicians and administrative staff, provide Perth’s most comprehensive vascular healthcare service to patients who can be assured of leading diagnostic procedures, surgical skills, technology and theatre facilities to create the best possible outcome.
He is highly respected in the international vascular community having been involved for over 20 years in specialist training and education programs for Vascular Surgery in Australia, Asia, Europe and South Africa. He has maintained an active role in educating, training and supervising medical students, junior doctors, trainee surgeons and other vascular surgeons.
He is one of a few vascular surgeons who is accredited by the tri- sanctioned group of Recognition of Training in Peripheral Endovascular Therapy (Vascular Surgery, Interventional Radiology and Interventional Cardiology groups). Dr Stanley has been recognised for all peripheral intervention including advanced recognition for Carotid Stenting and Fenestrated/Branched Endografting.
Dr Brendan Stanley has established a rewarding and successful career in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and a world class practice in Perth - Vascular Care WA. In his 20 years of experience, Brendan has shown an unwavering dedication and commitment to attain the highest level of education, research profile, and surgical skills and competencies in state of the art facilities to ensure the very best long term patient outcomes. What sets him apart is not just the exceptional delivery of a safe and positive health outcome with his proficiency in advanced surgical techniques and accurate diagnosis, but the priority to build respectful and caring relationships with all patients, clinical staff and administrative staff and thereby strengthen the quality of patient care. His foundations lie in a belief that to make a real difference, empathy, good communication, staff recognition and cooperation will contribute immeasurably and help produce the best results.
Bessell, J.R., Stanley, B.M. and Maddern, G.J. (1994), The emerging role for laparoscopic gastrostomy, Aust NZ J of Surg 1994, 64 (7) : 515-517.
Stanley, B.M., Teague, B.D., Raptis, S., Taylor, J. and Berce, M. (1996), Efficacy of balloon angioplasty of the superficial femoral artery and popliteal artery in the relief of lower limb ischaemia, J Vasc Surg 1996 Apr; 23 (4): 679-685.
Stanley, B.M., Walters, D.J. and Maddern, G.J. (1998), Informed consent: How much information is enough? Aust NZ J Surg 1998, 68: 788-791.
Stanley, B.M., Lawrence-Brown, M.M.D., Semmens, J.B., Goodman, M.A. and Hartley, D.E., Fenestration in Endovascular Grafts for Aortic Aneurysm Repair: New horizons for preserving blood flow in branch vessels, Journal of Endovascular Therapy , 2001; 8: 16-24.
Stanley, B.M., Semmens, J.B., Lawrence-Brown, M.M.D., Hartley, D.E., Mai, Q. and Wilkinson, C., Evaluation of Patient Selection Guidelines for Endoluminal AAA Repair with the Zenith Stent-Graft: The Australasian Experience, Journal of Endovascular Therapy, 2001; 8: 457-464.
Stanley, B.M., Semmens, J.B., Lawrence-Brown, M.M.D., Denton, M., Grosser,D., Endoluminal Repair of Mycotic Thoracic Aneurysms, Journal of Endovascular Therapy, 2003; 10; 511-515.
Mandziak, D.M., Stanley, B.M., Foreman, R.K., Walsh, J.A. and Burnett, J.R., Outcome of Endoleak following Endoluminal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair, Aust NZ J Surg 2004 Dec; 74 (12): 1039-42.
Carotid artery stenting compared with endarterectomy in patients with symptomatic carotid stenosis (International Carotid Stenting Study): an interim analysis of a randomised control trial, The Lancet Volume 375, Issue 9719, 20-26 March 2010; 985-997.
Michael Lawrence-Brown, Brendan Stanley, Zhonghua Sun, James B Semmens, Kurt Liffman, Stress and strain behaviour modelling of the carotid bifurcation, Aust NZ J Surg, 2011 Nov; 81(11) 810-816.
Stanley, B.M., Mylankal, K.J., Tibballs, J.M., Bond, R., Hartley, D., Branch Thoracic Stent Graft Repair for Arch Aneurysm, Aust NZ J Surg, 2012 May, 82 (5) 348-351.
Ritter, J. and Stanley, B.M., The “fenestrated inside fenestrated” stent graft solution for therapy-resistant type 1a endoleak after fenestrated endovascular aortic aneurysm repair, J Vasc Surg. 2014 Mar, 59(3) 814-6.
Stephan Haulon, MD, Phd, Roy K Greenberg, MD, Brendan Stanley, MD et al., Global Experience with an Inner Branched Arch Endograft, J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2014 Oct, 148(4) 1709-16.
Lawrence-Brown, M.M.D., Semmens, J.B., Hartley, D.E., Stanley, B.M., Liffman, K., Bui, A. and Rudman, M., Endoluminal building of the aortic grafts for aneurysmal disease. Vascular and endovascular opportunities. Edited by R.M. Greenhalgh and A.W.M. Mitchell, Hardcourt Publishers Ltd., London, U.K. 2000; pp249-61
Lawrence-Brown, M.M.D., Semmens, J.B., Hartley, D.E., Goodman, M.A. and Stanley, B.M., The Perth/Zenith stent-graft system: Early developments and current status. In: Aneurysms of the abdominal aorta stent-grafts: The first decade and beyond, F.J. Criado and F.J. Veith (Editors), Futura Publishing Company, Inc., New York, U.S.A.