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Narinda Singh

Head of Dept Westmead Hospital, Rhinologist

TOPIC : Drumbeat: Indigenous ear’s meets AI

Associate Professor Singh is a Rhinologist (Nose & Sinus Specialist), Head of Dept at Westmead Hospital, Sydney, and Clinical Academic at The University of Sydney. His research teams are global pioneers in:

1) CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics). A/Prof Singh founded the International Society for CFD of the Nose and Airway (, convened the first world congresses in London and Chicago and co-wrote the definitive sino-nasal CFD textbook;

2) AI (Artificial Intelligence). A/Prof Singh convened the first Australian congress of the Society for AI in Medicine, Surgery and Healthcare ( and is collaborating with Microsoft to tackle ear disease in rural and remote Indigenous children (

A/Prof Singh grew up on his parents’ farm in Griffith, country NSW, undertook his medical degree at The University of Sydney, his Otolaryngology training in NSW and a fully-funded three year fellowship at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London. He completed his Master’s Thesis through the labs of King’s College, London, with funding from The GPRWMF Grant-in-aid, The University of Sydney John Moore Scholarship and Vernon Barling Fellowship. He has been awarded a three year conjoint GPRWMF grant and is supervising a GPRWMF PhD scholarship awardee.