Clinical Associate Professor Narinder Singh
Narinder is a Rhinologist (Nose & Sinus Specialist Surgeon), Head of Dept, Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at Westmead Hospital, Sydney, and Clinical Associate Professor at Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney. He specialises exclusively in nasal airway surgery, complex and extended endoscopic sinus procedures, anterior skull base surgery, rhinoplasty and surgery for OSA. Narinder undertook his medical degree at The University of Sydney and Otolaryngology training in NSW, Australia. He was awarded a fully-funded three year clinical/ research fellowship in rhinology and anterior skull base surgery by The Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK. During his fellowship, Narinder completed his Master’s Thesis on “Allergen specific cytokine production by cells derived from human nasal polyps”. He was awarded three research grants during his thesis: The GPRWF Trust Grant-in-aid, The University of Sydney John B Moore Memorial Scholarship and The University of Sydney Vernon Barling Memorial Fellowship. Narinder has an extensive background in research, publication and editorial board membership. His early use of computer technology in surgery led to an interest in CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) and AI (Artificial Intelligence) and their revolutionary capacity to bring scientific rigour to the field of rhinology.
|Other GPRWMF awards received by awardee||Year|
|Conjoint Grant||Using computer models, virtual surgery and 3D Printing to improve outcomes in sino-nasal surgery||2019|