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Prof Peter Andrews
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  • Professor of Rhinology
  • The Ear Institute
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences

Professor Peter Andrews BSc.(Hons), MD, FRCS (ORL-HNS) is Professor of Rhinology at University College London (UCL) and Academic Lead for Rhinology at the EAR Institute.

He is Senior Consultant Surgeon in Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery at the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospital and Consultant Anterior Skull Base Surgeon at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. 

Clinical Director of ENT surgery at the RNENTEDH, Chairman of the North Central London (NCL) ENT network and ENT Clinical Lead for the NHSE/GIRFT elective recovery programme.

Current President of the Rhinology/Laryngology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and President Elect of the British Rhinology Society.

Research Summary

Research interests include Medical Device Innovation and Surgical treatments for smell loss with strong collaborations with the Institute of Neurology, Neuroradiology and Biomedical Engineering at UCL.  

'Long COVID Anosmia lead for UCLH. 

Pioneered 2 PhD themes at the EAR Institute, centred on Olfaction and Medical Device Innovation, with over 90 peer reviewed publications. 

Teaching Summary

Teaching Career Summary 

1. Director of two EAR Institute Short Courses. Demonstrated sustained development of new innovative ways of professional development and teaching. Successfully developed and delivered a new innovative hybrid F2F/virtual EAR Institute FRCS revision short course during COVID-19 in February 2021 2020, with 20 attendees. 

2. The ‘NOSE’ week UCL short course remains the most popular UK short course in rhinology, encompassing all aspects of rhinology and facial plastic surgery and attracting international students. Cadaveric dissection was sponsored by industry. The course is very successful both academically and financially. 

3. From 2022 NOSE week will be run in collaboration with the UCL Anatomy department (following closure of the RNTNEH dissection lab in 2020). This will also enable UCL Head & Neck anatomy medical student teaching. 

4. MSc Advanced Audiology: Otology and Skull Base Surgery stream Co-Programme Director. Sustained development of our Otology and Skull Base Surgery MSc with an innovative hybrid imaging module in collaboration with radiology at UCLH, 2021

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