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Mr Neil Donnelly
BSc (1st Hons), MBBS, MSc (Dist Hons), FRCS (ORL-HNS)
Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
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SUBSPECIALTIES

General Otolaryngology (ENT)
Paediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery

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LANGUAGES

english

About

  

Mr Neil Donnelly is a Consultant Neurotologist & Skull Base Surgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is Clinical Lead for ENT at Cambridge University Hospitals and the Cambridge Regional Balance Service. 

He is Treasurer of the Politzer Society, an international society promoting high standards in Otology, and a former Council member of the British Skull Base Society

As a Consultant at Cambridge University Hospitals, Mr Donnelly delivers high quality care in Skull Base Surgery, Otology and Hearing Implantation. He was involved in establishing 360º skull base surgery in Cambridge. His research interests are in the fields of vestibular schwannomas, vestibular implantation, Ménière's disease, cholesteatoma surgery and hearing implantation outcomes.

 

 

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Medical Procedures

  • Sinus Surgery 
  • Acoustic neuroma surgery
  • Pituitary tumour surgery
  • Endolymphatic sac surgery
  • Superior semicircular canal dehiscence surgery 

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Special Interests

  • Adult & Paediatric Otology
  • Hearing Implantation
  • Anterior & Skull Base Surgery
  • Hearing loss
  • Balance disorders
  • Ear disease
  • Tinnitus

Education

Mr Neil Donnelly completed his undergraduate and postgraduate training in London. He has completed his fellowship training in Skull Base Surgery, Otology and Hearing Implantation was undertaken in the UK and Australia. He has a Masters degree in Audiovestibular Medicine. 

Mr Donnelly produced a formal postgraduate research thesis on the effect of cochlear implantation on middle ear mechanics. 

He continues to research within the fields of acoustic neuromas, cholesteatoma surgery, Menniere's disease, cholesteatoma surgery and hearing implantation outcomes. He has published over 40 peer reviewed papers as well as authoring ten book chapters. 

 

 

 

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