Dr. Alexandros Mallios is a board-certified vascular surgeon dealing with all aspects of vascular disease and has a particular focus in innovating minimally invasive advanced endovascular techniques, aortic, carotid and vascular access surgery. Dr. Mallios earned his medical degree and completed a general surgery residency at Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. After 4 years of vascular surgery training in Paris, he obtained the ECFMG certificate with stellar USMLE scores and was accepted as the inaugural fellow of an ACGME accredited vascular surgery fellowship program at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. After completion of his fellowship, he worked as vascular surgery staff at the Vascular Surgery department of Institut Mutualiste Hospital in Paris. During that period, he invented several new surgical techniques, pioneered and optimized the endoAVF creation with Ellipsys that is now being performed worldwide according to his technical modifications as published in Journal of Vascular Surgery. He also served as Director of Physician Training for Avenu Medical, now a part of Medtronic. He took on his current role at Paris Saint-Joseph Hospital in September 2020. Dr. Mallios has authored more than 60 journal articles, abstracts, and textbook chapters. He Inaugurated the first International Vascular Access Symposium in 2018, as well as serving as Director of the Vascular Access Session of the 2019 Controversies and Updates in Vascular Surgery course, both joining together to create one major meeting, Paris Vascular Insights (PVI) in 2021 in collaboration with Stephan Haulon and Yann Goueffic.