The University of Sydney
Dr Singh is a University of Sydney Clinical Lecturer and Head of the ENT Dept at Westmead Hospital, Australia's largest healthcare campus. He specialises solely in Rhinology (nose and sinus surgery), Rhinoplasty (functional and cosmetic), Anterior Skull Base surgery and surgery for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. Dr Singh has published extensively and is on the editorial board and a reviewer for several prominent International ENT Journals. He is a regular invited guest and keynote speaker at International Rhinology scientific meetings.Dr Singh has had a career-long association with the University of Sydney. The University was the location for his undergraduate degree (MBBS), his postgraduate training was in University of Sydney Teaching Hospitals (Including RPA, Westmead, & Concord). He undertook a Master of Surgery Research Degree through the University of Sydney via the labs at King's College, London. His research was funded by 3 separate grants from the The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Foundation and The University of Sydney (The John B Moore Memorial Scholarship and The Vernon Barling Memorial Fellowship). Dr Singh undertook a fully-funded 3 year research/ clinical fellowship in Rhinology, Rhinoplasty and Anterior Skull-base surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals and King's College, London, UK.
-Rhinology (Nose & Sinus disorders) -Endoscopic sinus surgery (Complex, extended & Revision) -Rhinoplasty (Functional & Cosmetic, Primary and Revision) -Anterior Skull Base Surgery (Skull-base/ sino-nasal/ pituitary tumours, CSF rhinorrhoea) -Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Surgery -"Allergen Specific Cytokine Responses in Cells Derived From Human Nasal Polyps" (Subject of research masters thesis)