Professor Reza Nouraei is a highly esteemed consultant laryngologist and tracheal surgeon based in Nottingham who specialises exclusively in the treatment of voice, throat and reflux, airway and swallowing disorders, including adult laryngotracheal stenosis, chronic cough, early laryngeal neoplasms and airway destruction. Professor Nouraei offers a comprehensive diagnostic and evaluation of the airway, voice and swallowing disorders. In addition, he is also an experienced subject matter expert in healthcare informatics, clinical outcome management and the use of big data. Professor Nouraei sees patients at Queen’s Medical Centre.
Professor Nouraei obtained double qualifications in medicine and sensorimotor neurophysiology at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University in 2002 before moving to London, where he undertook his basic surgical training on the Hammersmith rotation. He then completed the NHS specialist registrar in academic otolaryngology, with rotations at Charing Cross Hospital, Royal Free Hospital and the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, and later obtained an MRCS and a diploma in otolaryngology from The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). Professor Nouraei became a fellow of The RCS in 2007 before going on to accomplish a prestigious post CCT fellowship in laryngology and airway surgery in Auckland, New Zealand.
Besides his high-quality laryngology practice, Professor Nouraei is a notable figure in laryngology and surgical peer-reviewed research. He has authored more than 100 publications throughout his career and has co-edited two reference textbooks for clinicians and students as well. Professor Nouraei is the Outcomes Evaluation Lead for the national GIRFT programme and is also a member of the European Laryngological Society’s Committee on Laryngotracheal Stenosis.