Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Doctor
Shinjyuku Voice Clinic , Japan
Biography :

Ryoji Tokashiki graduated from Tokyo Medical University in 1990 and has been a professor at Tokyo Medical University since 2008. In 2010, he opened his own practice, “Shinjyuku Voice Clinic”, focusing on voice disorders. He performs over 200 voice surgeries for unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP) and spasmodic dysphonia annually and has achieved good outcomes. He also performs over 500 office surgeries annually for vocal fold lesions, such as polyps, nodules, cysts, and injection laryngoplasty. His practice also treats many patients with functional voice disorders, including stuttering. He uses 3DCT to analyze three-dimensional movement in cases of immobile vocal fold, in which the actual movement cannot be determined by endoscopy because of the two-dimensional nature of the technique. He is currently interested in analyzing brain activity of functional dysphonia, spasmodic dysphonia and stuttering using functional MRI.

Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
Hospital da Luz Arrabida , Portugal
Biography :

Dunja Milicic obtained 1988 MSc in ENT, Maxillo-facial Surgery, Audiology and Phoniatrics by University of Zagreb, Croatia Specialist in ENT , Head &Neck Surgery in 1991, practicing from 1994 in Portugal. Lecturing ENT in Croatia and Portugal ( Medical School University of Zagreb and Porto). Membership in SPORL, APO, EAFPS, IAPO and RSE. Publications and respective citations in ResearchGate.

Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
Doctor
University of London , United Kingdom
Biography :

Wismayer K is a Basic Specialist Trainee in Surgery at Mater Dei Hospital, Malta. He read Medicine and Surgery at the University of Malta Medical School. After completing the UK Foundation Programme, he undertook an MSc in Surgical and Interventional Sciences with University College London (UCL, UK) and has since taken a special interest in tissue-engineering and regenerative medicine, particularly of the larynx. He presented at BACO 2015 and has spoken at the ASiT 2017 Conference as well as the Malta Medical School Conference 2018. He is involved with teaching medical students in clinical settings as well as part of Doctors Academy.

Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
China Medical University Hsinchu Hospital , Taiwan
Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
San Giuseppe Hospital , Italy
Biography :

Stefano Righini, a facial cervical surgeon, specialist in otorhinolaryngology and reconstructive plastic microsurgery, deals with head and neck surgery. His skills range from functional, malformative, reconstructive and oncological surgery to the cosmetic surgery of the craniofacial district. The surgical techniques used are numerous, continuously updated in close relationship with the most important international scientific societies.

Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
Scientific Associate of the Health-Mother Hospital , Greece
Biography :

PATARIDOU ANATOLI, is an ENT doctor (Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist) - Otolaryngologist,and graduate of the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an associate of the Hygeia Hospital, and she is specialized in robotic surgery, as well as LASER surgery. In the ENT sector, in last few years, great advances have been made in the diagnostic treatment of the head and neck area. The modern equipment is used by her for the treatment ,as well as she order to avoid unnecessary treatments, either pharmaceutical, or surgical ones. The ENT doctor Pataridou Anatoli believes that, in our times, it is worth emphasizing on warm personal relationships, that give a meaning and quality to our everyday life. This element is even more important, when it regards health issues. The free information provided by the Internet includes the risk that the patient is exposed to information or views that have no scientific basis and are not reliable. The contact between doctor and patient is much more reliable and human.

Research Interest :

ENT

OCM Member
ENT Surgeon, Otolaryngology
Cleveland Clinic , United Arab Emirates
Biography :

Prof Produl Hazarika MBBS, DLO, MS, FACS, FRCS (Edin), FIAO, FUWAI, Fellow of UICC is presently working as an otolaryngologist in NMC Specialty Hospital in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. He is a former professor and head and director of post graduate studies of the department of Otorhinolaryngology and Head&Neck Surgery in Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India. He has 28 years of clinical teaching experience both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, with over 100 publications in various national and international journals. He was selected as international guest scholar by the American College of Surgeon in 1986 and has travelled widely to the U.S, Australia, U.K and Malaysia, Switzerland, Mauritius on various fellowship programs. He has conducted various operative workshops abroad and in India. He has taken up an overseas assignment for two years as a consultant and head of the department of ENT, Armed Forces Hospital in Kuwait. He was en elceted chairman of editorial board of Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head&nck Surgery for the years 1996 to the year 1999. He was appointed as external accessor by University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from August 2000- April 2005. He was the examiner for both undergraduate and post- graduate student of various universities of India He had done pioneering work in Surgical Rehabilitation of alaryngeal patients in India. He has also introduced voice prosthesis known as HRA Prosthesis. He was the first surgeon to introduce Nucleus 22 Channel Nuclear Implant in India in March 1995. The surgical team headed by Dr. Hazarika has popularized skull based surgery in India during the late 80’s and early 90’s. He was instrumental in introducing KTP-532 Laser for the first time in a teaching institution and had carried out extensive laser work. He is the author of three otorhinolaryngology and head and neck textbooks.He is an invited speaker in various national ,regional and state conferences organize by otolaryngologist.

Research Interest :

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