Dr Aldenb Lorenzo underwent his general surgical training in Sydney West Area Health Service hospitals with Westmead Hospital as the training institution. He was awarded his fellowship in general surgery (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, FRACS) in 2017, after which he became the Clinical Superintendent in Blacktown and Mt Druitt Hospitals for two years. He went through a post-fellowship year of rigorous training in general upper gastrointestinal surgery in St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney with a focus on complex hiatus hernia repair in lung transplant patients. He has been fortunate to be accepted to the prestigious Australia and New Zealand Gastroesophageal Surgical Association (ANZGOSA) where he spent a year of his post-fellowship training in the Bariatric and Upper Gastrointestinal Unit in Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand, mastering bariatric and upper gastrointestinal surgery to add to his general surgical repertoire.
He is an educator with a passion for research. His hobbies are his two kids and his 4-year-old Labrador, on top of basketball, volleyball, cycling.