Mr Andrew Gray is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon with a specialist interest in trauma. He completed his medical and orthopaedic surgical training in Glasgow and Edinburgh before spending a year in Calgary completing a trauma fellowship.
He has been a consultant since 2009. He has a doctorate in medicine with distinction from the University of Edinburgh examining damage control orthopaedics and the cognitive effects of fat emboli.
He was the lower limb editor for ‘Injury’ between 2014 and 2021. He is co-chair of the recently formed FAN (Fracture Liaison Service Academy Network) with an aim to make services more effective.
He supports the Royal Osteoporosis Society and is the current treasurer for the global fragility fracture network. He is also a founder member of the UK Orthopaedic Trauma Society and has been a principal investigator for many NIHR trauma portfolio studies over the past 10 years.
- Pelvic and acetabular trauma surgery
- Lower limb trauma surgery
- Elective hip and knee arthroplasty surgery
- Soft tissue knee open/arthroscopic surgery
- Doctorate in medicine with distinction from the University of Edinburgh
- First class honors Physiology and Sports Science
- BSc and medical degree from Glasgow University
- Clinical director of the trauma and orthopaedic department within South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Fragility fracture lead and founder member for UK Orthopaedic Trauma
- Orthopaedic representative for the National Osteoporosis Society
- Lower limb editor for the trauma journal ‘Injury’
- Faculty for AO trauma courses
The Stress Response to Bilateral Femoral Fractures: A comparison of Primary Intramedullary Nailing and External Fixation
Gray, White, Clutton, Christie, Hawes and Robinson (2009)
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
Cerebral emboli and cognitive function after intramedullary fracture fixation
Gray, Torrens, Christie, Graham and Robinson (2009)
The cognitive effects of fat embolus syndrome following an isolated femoral shaft fracture. A case report.
Gray, Torrens, White, Carson and Robinson (2007)
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery