Professor Shakeel Saeed
Professor Benjamin Bleier
Professor Stacey Ishman
Dr Gresham Richter
Professor Wytske Fokkens
Professor Iain Nixon
Head and Neck
Following ENT training in the West of Scotland, Iain did a clinical fellowship in Guys and St Thomas' Hospital London and then both research and clinical fellowships in Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York. On return to the UK he took up a post in East Kent prior to joining the ENT Unit in Edinburgh where he is current lead for Head and Neck Cancer in South East Scotland. His clinical interests include squamous cell carcinoma, skull base surgery and thyroid surgery. His research interests include outcomes research, intra-operative imaging and translational proteinomics research.
Dr Tucker Woodson
Dr. Woodson has dual board certification in Sleep Medicine and Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. He has 30 years of experience as an ear-nose-throat surgeon specialized in obstructive sleep apnea. As president of the International Surgical Sleep Society, he has served on many national and international leadership positions related to sleep and sleep surgery, including serving on the Standards of Practice Committee of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the Quality and Outcomes Task Force of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the Program Advisory Committee and Sleep Disorders Committee of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, and the Exam Committee of the Board of Sleep Medicine.
His research is focused on the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Over the years, he has made many important contributions to the field, including developing novel surgical techniques to treat OSA and participating in clinical trials to test the efficacy of surgeries for OSA, such as upper airway stimulation. He has publications on a myriad of topics related to OSA pathophysiology and diagnosis, including developing methods to classify the anatomic phenotypes of OSA during drug induced sleep endoscopy (DISE), defining metrics that are relevant to quantify OSA severity, and clinical aspects of polysomnography.
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