Professor Jaydip Ray is a renowned ENT Consultant based at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Professor of Otology/Neurotology at the University of Sheffield as well as Sheffield Hallam University. He is affiliated to several prestigious medical institutions and societies in the UK and abroad. His expertise lies in the management of complex Balance Disorders, complex Hearing Loss and Implantable Hearing Solutions.
He is the academic representative of the Specialist Advisory Committee of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Training Programme Director for ENT in Yorkshire & Humber Deanery. He is a member of the Otology Council of the Royal Society of Medicine as well as of the Court of Examiners of the Joint Council of Intercollegiate Examinations, where he regularly examines for the final FRCS examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Professor Ray has an active role in training, teaching, supervising and examining PhD, MD, MSc and BMedSci students on various research projects. He also lectures widely and is involved in several international and national courses. He is the course director for the Sheffield Advanced Ear Surgery Course that attracts international faculty and delegates.
He is the Vice President of British Otolaryngology and Allied Research Society and the national Deputy Specialty Lead for ENT Clinical Research Network which is part of the National Institute for Health Research.
Professor Ray completed higher surgical training in ENT in Birmingham. He also gained fellowship experiences in Cambridge, Stanford University, USA and Sydney University, Australia. His PhD dissertation was implantable hearing devices.