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'Functional preservation in skull base surgery'


Mr Rajeev MathewMr Rajeev Mathew graduated in medicine with a triple first from Cambridge University and Distinction from University College London in 2006. He completed his higher surgical ENT training in London and was awarded a PhD in hearing research from University College London in 2019. After completing his training in London, he undertook a further 2-year advanced fellowship in complex otology, hearing implantation and skull base surgery at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. He is a core member of the Oxford Auditory Implant, Skullbase and Paraganglioma multi-disciplinary teams. His interests include hearing preservation/restoration, complex surgery of the ear and skullbase and surgical education.




All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.

Please email Louise King if you would like to attend online.