- Ear, nose and throat
- Head and neck disease
- Head and neck surgery
- Chronic cough
- Neck lumps
I am one of the world's leading laryngeal specialists with 150 papers and £2M in laryngeal related grant income every year.
I trained in London, Liverpool and Australia and was Professor in Bristol, Liverpool and now UCL London, as well as having an honorary position at the University of California Davis, where I co-led the team which performed the world's second documented laryngeal and tracheal transplant.
I am one of only four ENT surgeons listed in the Sunday Times 'Top 100 Surgeons' list, 2011, and was Briton of the Year (Science and Technology), 2008.
I lead a cutting edge research group working on stem cell and transplantation approaches to serious airway disease. I led the groups which performed the world's first stem cell based organ transplants in an adult (2008) and a child (2010).
I have published on the effects of reflux on the throat, as well as on many aspects of head and neck disease. In clinic, I use the latest in imaging technology to view the throat of patients with voice, swallowing and breathing problems. I also see patients with chronic cough and am an expert in treating pharyngeal pouches, with 75% of my practice being patients referred from other consultants due to the difficult nature of their problems.
I am a highly experienced expert witness available for legal cases involving the head and neck, voice and throat issues.
I have been a keen long distance runner since childhood, and continue to date. I am interested in sport, cinema and art. I have five children.
Professor of LaryngologyUniversity College London
Consultant ENT SurgeonUniversity College London Hospital, London
Consultant ENT SurgeonRoyal Free London Hospital, London
Hon Professor of LaryngologyUniversity of Bristol, UK
PresidentBritish Laryngological Association
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Anne Oliphant (academic secretary)
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