Emma Jane StapletonConsultant Otolaryngologist, Cochlear Implant and Skull Base Surgeon
Cochlear implantation, skull base surgery, hearing loss, NF2, complex otology, balance.
Emma qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2000 and was awarded FRCS(ORL-HNS) in 2014. Following this she completed two years of sub-specialist cochlear, skull base and otology fellowship training in Glasgow and Manchester. She has received scholarships to travel to the USA, Canada and Australia for additional fellowship training.
Emma has won over twenty prizes and awards. She has a research focus on inner ear physiology and the management of hearing and balance disorders. She is chair of the ENT UK Sepsis group, co-ordinating national research on this topic.
Emma is a senior editor of ENT and Audiology News magazine, a publication with 45,000 readers in 142 countries. She is also editor of ENT UK’s quarterly newsletter, and Communications Lead for BACO 2020.
Emma teaches at ENT events internationally and promotes sustainable global health initiatives through her voluntary and editorial work.
Manchester Royal Infirmary