Doctor Tary Yin
Tary is an Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgical trainee. He completed a BMedSc(Hons) with first class honours in 2012 and his MBChB in 2013 at The University of Auckland. His BMedSc(Hons) investigated the interaction between bacteria and mucosal immunity in chronic rhinosinusitis.
Tary’s 2019 Academic Surgeon-Scientist Research Scholarship is under the supervision of Professor Richard Douglas and Dr Kristi Biswas at The University of Auckland. His project is a longitudinal observational study of the chronic rhinosinusitis microbiome in patients undergoing standard medical and surgical treatment. His aim is to improve our understanding of the natural progression of this disease to help rationalise the role of antibiotics, steroids, and surgery.
|Other GPRWMF awards received by awardee||Year|
|Academic Surgeon-Scientist Research Scholarship (ASSRS)||A longitudinal study of the natural progression of the chronic rhinosinusitis microbiome in patients undergoing current standard medical and surgical treatment||2019|