Professor Krishna Menon is a leading consultant liver transplant and hepatopancreatobiliary surgeon who is based in London. He has a specialist interest in laparoscopic major liver resection (hepatectomy), liver cancer, laparoscopic major pancreatic resection (pancreatectomy), pancreatic cancer and liver transplantation. He is an expert in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery for the pancreas, liver, and removal of the gallbladder.
Professor Menon was appointed to King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 2013. Previously, Professor Menon was a consultant surgeon between 2002 to 2012 at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Over the years as a consultant at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, and currently at King's, he has helped develop techniques in liver transplantation and HPB.
Professor Menon pioneered laparoscopic techniques in hepatopancreatobiliary surgery and also the laparoscopic liver and pancreatic resections (distal pancreatectomies, pancreatic head resections and left lateral liver resections/major hepatectomy/non-anatomical resections). He is also the president elect for The Great Britain Chapter of the International HPB Association and the vice president of The British Transplantation Society.