He is a Consultant Neuro-otology and Audiovestibular Medicine with the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, Grays Inn Road, London.
He is full time Consultant in the NHS since July 2010. Registered Medical Practitioner (General Medical Council) with a licence to practice in the Specialty of Audiovestibular Medicine. He is trained in Audiovestibular Medicine within the London Deanery and worked as a Specialist Registrar to eminent experts in this specialty, including Prof. Linda Luxon.
He has written several peer reviewed papers on auditory and vestibular topics. He has organized courses on hearing aid provision for children and a seminar on childhood hearing loss in Kent, with these events being accredited for continuing professional development by the British Academy of Audiology and the Royal College of Child Health and Paediatrics respectively. He has contributed a chapter on auditory neuropathy spectrum disorders to a standard textbook in Otorhinolaryngology (Scott-Brown). He has contributed to Academic meetings including the Dizziness Course in Queen Square, a biennial course on multi-disciplinary approach to dizziness and he convene the annual Hallpike Symposium, accredited for continuing professional development by the Royal College of Physicians, under the auspices of the British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians of which he is a member.