Dr. Guri Sandhu
Chief of Service and Professor of Laryngology
Imperial College London
Prof Sandhu founded the National Centre for Airway Reconstruction in the UK. This is one of the largest adult airway services in Europe. He has extensively researched the numerous causes and treatments for laryngotracheal stenosis and manages these patients with a multidisciplinary approach. He has co-produced three textbooks of Laryngology with one on the subject of laryngotracheal stenosis. He is currently the President of the British Laryngological Association.
Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan
Director of the Pediatric Voice Clinic
Texas Children’s Hospital
Dr. Ongkasuwan is the Director of the Pediatric Voice Clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital. She is dual fellowship trained in both Pediatric Otolaryngology and Laryngology. When she joined the faculty in 2011, she founded the Texas Children’s Hospital Aerodigestive Program and the Swallow Disorders Clinic. Dr. Ongkasuwan’s clinical and research focus is voice, airway, and swallowing disorders in both adults and children with particular interest in the management of vocal fold movement impairment.
Dr. Chadwan Al Yaghchi
Consultant Laryngologist & ENT Surgeon
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Mr Chadwan Al Yaghchi is a consultant laryngologist at the National Centre for Airway Reconstruction with a specialist interest in airway stenosis, transgender voice and dysphagia. In addition to his adult service, he is an honorary consultant at The Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust where he manages children with complex airway, respiratory and swallowing conditions. He holds a PhD in Molecular Oncology from Queen Mary’s University of London.