Mr Julian McGlashan is a leading consultant ENT surgeon at Nottingham University Hospitals, Nottingham and an Honorary Consultant Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham. He sees patients at his private Voice Clinic at Queen's Medical Centre Campus and operates at the BMI The Park Hospital.
Mr McGlashan specialises in voice and throat disorders including those of singers and other professional voice users. Diagnostic assessment includes videolaryngoscopy including stroboscopy, voice recording analysis and laryngeal electromyography as required. Joint assessment with a specialist voice therapist can also be arranged on request. He performs surgery on the vocal cords (phonosurgery) and thyroplasty medialisation surgery and benign head and neck surgery.
Mr McGlashan studied medicine at St Thomas's Hospital Medical School, University of London where he graduated with an MBBS. He trained in ENT surgery at St Guys' and St Thomas' Hospital, London and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists. At NUH he was the Trust lead clinician for cancer services (2004-9) and lead of Multidisciplinary Team of Head and Neck Cancer (2008-20). In 2018 his work for the Trust was recognised in the NUH honours with the "Clinical Star" award.
His previous national roles include: past president of the British Voice Association (1998-9) and council member of the British Laryngological Association (2015-18). In the East Midlands he was Chair of the Thyroid and Endocrine Tumour site Network Group (1998-2008) and has recently stepped down as Chair of the East Midlands Network Expert Clinical Advisory Group (ECAG) on Head and Neck cancer (2016-20).
He has written many articles in medical journals and other publications over the years and lectures at national and international conferences and training courses in Voice and Laryngology. He is current focus in research is in voice assessment and the singing voice.