After graduating from UCL with degrees in medicine (MBBS) and immunology (BSc), I undertook my basic surgical training in Essex and London before moving to Cambridge to pursue higher surgical training in ENT. During my registrar training I completed an MBA at Warwick University, passing with distinction.
Before becoming a consultant, I completed prestigious fellowships in otology, balance, hearing implant surgery and anterior and lateral skull base surgery at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia.
I have published and presented extensively and have been awarded a number of prizes, awards and scholarships.
In 2016 I was appointed as a consultant ENT surgeon with a specialist interest in adult and paediatric otology and hearing implant surgery at East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS trust.
I am an enthusiastic runner and cyclist and enjoy the coastal life, living in Whitstable with my wife and two daughters.
My clinical interests include adult and paediatric otology, hearing implant surgery, balance, rhinology, paediatric ENT and general ENT.