Andrew (Drew) Klein is an adult interventional cardiologist specializing in complex coronary intervention, peripheral vascular disease and endovascular intervention. Dr. Klein received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame before going to MCP Hahnemann (Drexel) College of Medicine. He then received his internal medicine training at UCSF in San Francisco followed by fellowships in cardiovascular disease, interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular intervention at the University of Colorado, Denver. Drew then went on to receive research and advanced interventional training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Following this, he joined St. Louis University and the St. Louis VA Healthcare system where he built the endovascular program and was director of cardiovascular research and endovascular services. Dr. Klein joined Piedmont Heart Institute at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia in late 2015 where he is an active member of both the interventional and vascular centers of excellence. Drew is on the ECMO/Shock team as well as the Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT). He is very active in SCAI and currently serves on the editorial board of SCAI.org and numerous committees including PAD, SecondsCount,org and the public relations committee for SCAI. His research interests include peripheral vascular disease and the use of simulation in interventional cardiology and the optimal treatment for PE. Dr.Klein also serves on the Editorial Board for Vascular Medicine. He is an active member of the Piedmont Clinical Trials Unit and serves as a PI or Sub-I on numerous ongoing studies.