Professor Paul Chatrath

Professor of Rhinology / Facial Plastic Surgery
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Professor Chatrath obtained his pre-clinical medical qualification (M.A) at The University of Cambridge, followed by his primary medical qualification (MBBS) at the University of London in 1995. He subsequently completed high surgical training in Otolaryngology (ENT Surgery), obtaining a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in 2006, including certification in facial plastic surgery. Towards the end of his UK training he undertook rhinology fellowships abroad in centres of excellence and with acknowledged internationally leading experts, including Dean Toriumi in Chicago and Professor Nolste-Trenite and Hade Vuyk in Amsterdam. He obtained a higher research degree (MD) in ENT/head and neck surgery, awarded by the University of London in 2006.

Professor Chatrath was appointed as Consultant ENT Surgeon at Queens University Hospital, Romford, Essex in June 2008. During this post he developed a subspecialty interest and expertise in complex rhinology. This involved setting up a rhinology research programme and managing complex reconstructive nasal deformities, both with severe functional/breathing issues and challenging cosmetic problems. Subsequent to this, he was appointed as Consultant Rhinologist/ENT Surgeon at Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust in 2016, London, where he continued to manage predominantly complex nasal and sinus conditions until 2019. Shortly after gaining an Academic Professorial Post at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent, he moved into full time clinical private practice.

Professor Chatrath continues to maintain training and academic credentials and hold the post of Professor of Rhinology at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent, where he is lead for the rhinology and facial plastic surgery module of the Masters in ENT MCh(ENT) Diploma.
He teaches regularly on the Physicians Assistants (PA) programme at CCCU, and has lectured widely, including at The British Academic Conference in Otolaryngology.

Professor Chatrath haS continued to be active in research, with over 40 publications in peer reviewed journals and two book chapters.

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