• Annual Bootcamp in The Pulse

    December 17, 2015
    The annual Emergencies in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Bootcamp is quickly becoming an international affair.

  • Otolaryngology Graduate

    November 26, 2015
    Dr. Doug Angel aims to have an impact on patients and doctors-in-training

  • Dr. Anthony Nichols receives grant for head and neck cancer research

    August 03, 2015
    Dr. Anthony Nichols has received $515,090 for his research on head and neck cancer. The disease and its treatment can have a profound negative impact on patient quality of life in terms of speech, the ability to eat, facial disfigurement and pain. Only one half of patients with advanced disease survive making the need to develop more effective and less toxic therapies important. PI3K inhibitors are a class of drug that have shown promise in treating a variety of cancers. Dr. Nichols research will focus on identifying the genetic changes involved in cancer cells to determine which tumours are susceptible to these drugs and how drug resistance can be prevented.

  • Recent Interview with Dr. Leigh Sowerby

    July 30, 2015
    Showing surgeons massive cost of disposable supplies leads to big savings for hospitals.

  • Interview with Dr. Kevin Fung

    February 24, 2015
    Dr. Kevin Fung shares his insights on choosing a specialty, what makes a suitable candidate, and achieving a work-life balance.

  • Wild whiskers the recipe for Manuary

    January 09, 2015
    It isn't commonly known, but head and neck cancers have quietly become the second fastest growing form of the disease in North America. In an effort to combat this problem, the men and women behind the Manuary Campaign are preparing for the 5th annual London event, in which the Head and Neck Surgery Department at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) aims to raise $25,000 to support ongoing research.

  • Dr. Christopher Chin – Home is where the heart is

    January 08, 2015
    Some residents need to travel far from their hometowns to attend the best programs in their field, but not Dr. Christopher Chin.