Ear Nose & Throat Surgeon
TOPIC : Common conditions in Laryngology
Paul Paddle is an Ear Nose & Throat Surgeon with fellowship training in Laryngology – Voice, airway and Swallowing disorders. Completed his Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery with honours at Melbourne University in 2003, receiving the award for top surgical candidate in his class. In 2013, he completed his advanced training in Otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, becoming a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. In addition to expertise in Voice, airway and swallowing disorders, he has an interest and expertise in general adult and paediatric ENT conditions, minimally invasive nose and sinus surgery, and snoring & sleep surgery.
He completed a fellowship in Laryngology at Harvard University in Boston. And gained expertise in all aspects of laryngology including the care of voice, airway and swallowing disorders, operative and office-based treatments, and the use of established and innovative diagnostic and surgical techniques. As a trained musician, it provides a unique opportunity to bring together music and medicine. I continue to collaborate on research and educational projects with the excellent team at the Mass Eye and Ear Institute. He has a keen interest in public health and research, and has completed a Masters of Public Health at Melbourne University in 2010, and a post-graduate diploma of Anatomy in 2006. He is currently a principle investigator in a number of clinical trials in the field of ENT, and holds a number of research grants currently, and has authored a number of scientific papers, and book chapters.