Professor Jaydip Ray PhD, MS, FRCS

Professor of Otology Neurotology (Hon)JR
Consultant Otologist Neurotologist

Regional Department of Neurotology
ENT Department
Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Sheffield
S10 2JF

Email: j.ray@sheffield.ac.uk
jaydip.ray@sth.nhs.uk

Secretary: Miss Hayley Skidmore
Email: hayley.skidmore@sth.nhs.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 114 27 12239
Fax: +44 (0) 114 2711985

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Biography

Text Prof. Jaydip Ray completed his specialist training in Birmingham and undertook his PhD thesis on the Surgical, Electrophysiological and Audiological aspects of Cochlear Implantation. He also undertook fellowship training in Cambridge; Sydney University, Australia; House Ear Institute, LA and Stanford University, USA.

He joined Sheffield Teaching Hospitals as Consultant Otologist Neurotologist and Hon. Senior Clinical Lecturer in 2006. He was appointed Professor of Otology by Sheffield Hallam University in 2013 and Professor of Otology Neurotology by University of Sheffield in 2016. He is the Clinical Director for ENT and Hearing Services.

His main research interests include Management of Complex Hearing Loss and Implantable Hearing Solutions. He has been investigating the links between hearing loss and dementia. Secondary research interest includes management of Balance Disorders in the elderly. He has an active role in teaching and training and lectures widely on several national and international courses and conferences.
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Professional Activities
  1. Clinical Director for ENT and Hearing Services
  2. National Communications Lead; CRN in ENT; National Institute for Health Research
  3. Training Programme Director; Higher Surgical Training Programme in ENT; Yorkshire and Humber Deanery
  4. Council Member; British Otolaryngology and Allied Research Society
  5. Council Member; Specialist Advisory Committee for ENT Joint Council for Surgical Training
  6. Member Court of Examiners, Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examination; Royal College of Surgeons
  7. Associate Editor, Biomed Central, ENT
Research Interests His main research interests include Management of Complex Hearing Loss and Implantable Hearing Solutions. He has been investigating the links between hearing loss and dementia. Secondary research interest includes management of Balance Disorders in the elderly. He has been the chief investigator on several multicentre research projects. He is the Communications Lead for ENT Clinical Research Network of National Institute for Health Research.
Teaching and Training He has an active role in teaching and training and lectures widely on several national and international conferences. He is the Training Programme Director for ENT in Yorkshire & Humber Deanery and is the academic representative to the Specialist Advisory Committee for ENT.
Awards

Graham Fraser Memorial Fellowship (2003) hearing & balance research in Sydney University

TWJ Travelling Fellowship (2008) to visit the Causse Clinic in Beziers, France.
Hon Fellowship of Indian Academy of Otolaryngology (2016)

JLO Travelling Fellowship (2003) visit House Ear Institute (LA) and Stanford University, California.

Politzer Prize (2002) Best Clinical Work 23rd Meeting of the Politzer Society, France.

Rotha Abraham Trust Scholarship (2001) Ear Surgery Training in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

First & Gold Medal (1994) in Master of Surgery examination

Supervision for Other Degrees
  • 3 PhD students
  • 8 MSc Neurology students
  • 2 MPhil
  • 3 BMedSci
Research Team
  • Matthew Farr
  • Gianluca Scotta
  • Panagiotis Dimitriadis
  • Kenneth Wu
  • Eugenie Mempouo
  • Khulud Nazer
  • Kay Wright
  • Larissa Greenwood
  • Mod Harris
  • Jayne Willson
Senior Clinical Research Fellows (since 2009)
  • Gianluca Scotta
  • Ahmed Allam
  • Javier Moraleda Deleito
  • Julia Addams Williams
  • Nagaraj Sivaji
Junior Research Fellows (since 2009)
  • Eugenie Mempouo
  • Khulud Nazer
  • Joanna Godbehere
  • Jaswinder Sandhu
  • Alice Baldwin
  • Victoria Twigg
  • Rachael Lawrence
Key Publications

Ray J, Popli G, Fell G (2018) Investigating the possible link between cognition and age related hearing impairment - Evidence from The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing . JAMA Otol-Head & Neck Surg. Sept 2018; doi:10.1001/jamaoto.2018.1656


McFerran D, Hoare D, Carr S, Ray J, Stockdale D (2018), Tinnitus services in the United Kingdom: a survey of patient experiences. BMC Health Services Research (Published Online 2018 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-2914-3


Kitterick P, …., Ray J, O Donoghue G et al (2017) An assessment of the clinical acceptability of direct acoustic cochlear implantation for adults with advanced otosclerosis in the United Kingdom. Otol Neurotol . Otol Neurotol. 38(7): 924-30


Sankarpandi S, Baldwin A, Ray J, Mazza C (2017). Reliability of inertial sensors in the assessment of patients with vestibular disorders: a feasibility study. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders. 17: 1. Published online 2017 Feb doi: [10.1186/s12901

Representative Publications

Ray J, Popli G, Fell G (2018) Investigating the possible link between cognition and age related hearing impairment - Evidence from The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing . JAMA Otol-Head & Neck Surg. Sept 2018; doi:10.1001/jamaoto.2018.1656 Reuters Published: https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-health-hearing-dementia/untreated-hearing-loss-tied-to-cognitive-decline-in-older-adults-idUKKCN1MQ313


Brodie A, Walker B, Ray J (2018) The Impact of Rehabilitation on Quality of Life after Hearing Loss: A systematic review. Eur Arch of Otorhinolaryngol .275(10):2435-2440. doi: 10.1007/s00405-018-5100-7.


Brodie A, Ray J (2018) Generic Quality of Life in Persons with Hearing Loss: A Review of the Recent Literature. Otol & Neurotol; doi: 10.1097/MAO.0000000000001959


Godbehere J, Sandhu J, Scivill I, Barker A, Ray J (2018) Treatment of tinnitus using theta burst based repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation - A single blinded randomised control trial. Otol & Neurotol (Accepted) ON-18-423


JSandhu, Yung M, Parker JC; Kearney B; Ray J (2018) Assessment of vestibular function in patients with chronic middle ear disease using the VHIT and VEMP test Clin Otolaryngol ; PMID: 29665318


McFerran D, Hoare D, Carr S, Ray J, Stockdale D (2018), Tinnitus services in the United Kingdom: a survey of patient experiences. BMC Health Services Research (Accepted)


Orhan KS, Ray J, Polat B, Carr S, Enver N, Deleito M, Greenwood, Guldiken Y (2018), Superiorly Curved Scalp Incision for Implantation of Magnetic Transcutaneous Bone Conduction Devices : Multicentre Experience of 60 patients. Clin. Otolaryngol; 43(3):949-952. doi: 10.1111/coa.13072.


Dimitriadis P, Saad M, Ray J (2018) White Matter Lesions in Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Brain of fifty-six patients with Visual Vertigo. J. Laryngol Otol. 132(6):550-553. doi: 10.1017/S0022215118000701


Hodgkinson, W; Smith, C; Moorman J; Young, H; Radford, A; Kelly, S; Kemp, J; Sharrack, B; Ray, J, Mazza, C; Storm F; Paling D (2017) Body worn sensors accurately and reproducibly quantify disability and walking impairment in a clinical setting in people with MS. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 23(Suppl 3): 737-738. Meeting Abstract: EP1396.


Philpott C, Erskine S, Smith R, Hopkins C, Kara N, Farboud A, Salam M, Robertson A, Almeyda R, Kumar BN, Anari S, Ray J, Cathcart C, Carrie S, Ahmed S, Khalil H, Clark A, Thomas M. CRES group (2017) Current use of baseline medical treatment in chronic rhinosinusitis: Data from the National Chronic Rhinosinusitis Epidemiology Study (CRES) Clin Otolaryngol Version of Record online : 11 DEC 2017, DOI: 10.1111/coa.13012


Dimitriadis PA, Hind D, Wright K, Proctor V, Greenwood L, Carrick S, Ray J (2017) Single-center experience of over a hundred implantations of a Transcutaneous Bone Conduction Device. Otology & Neurotology. August 2017. PMID:28806309 doi: 10.1097/MAO.0000000000001529


Moaty A, Trandill A, Dimitriadis P, Bowse C, Ray J (2017) The role of customized vestibular rehabilitation with visual desensitization in the management of visual vertigo syndrome. Hearing, Balance and Communication 15 (7): 127-132.


Scadding G, Price D, El-Shanawany T, Ray J, Sargur R, Kumar N (2017) Multicentre, non-interventional study to assess the profile of patients with uncontrolled rhinitis prescribed a novel formulation of azelastine hydrochloride and fluticasone propionate in a single spray in routine clinical practice in the UK. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-014777


Kitterick P, …, Ray J, O Donoghue G et al (2017) An assessment of the clinical acceptability of direct acoustic cochlear implantation for adults with advanced otosclerosis in the United Kingdom. Otol Neurotol. 38(7): 924-30

Mandavia R, Dimitriadis P, Hall A, Monksfield P, Ray J, Schilder A (2017) Bone Conduction Hearing Device Consensus Workshop: Narrative Summary Cochlear Implants International. (Published Online) Ref.: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14670100.2017.1322228


Sankarpandi S, Baldwin A, Ray J, Mazza C (2017). Reliability of inertial sensors in the assessment of patients with vestibular disorders: a feasibility study. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders (Accepted)


Dimitriadis, PA; Farr, MR; Allam A; Ray J; (2016) Three Year Experience with The Cochlear BAHA Attract implant: A systematic review of the literature. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders https://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12901-016-0033-5


Sandhu J, Manikavasagam j, Fernando M, Ray J (2016).
Comparison of the radiologically and histologically measured thickness of bone overlying the superior semicircular canal in sixty six cadaveric specimens: Impact on the diagnosis of Minor’s syndrome. Clin Otolaryngol (doi: 10.1111/coa.12697. [Epub ahead of print])


Carr S, Ray J, Popli G, Gibson WP (2016). An epidemiological study to investigate the relationship between Meniere’s Disease and Migraine. Clin. Otolaryngol 41(6):707-710. doi: 10.1111/coa.12608. Epub 2016


Bronstein AM, Kaski D, Cutfield N, Banga R, Ray J, Chavda S, Irving R (2015) Head -Jolting Nystagmus: Occlusion of the Horizontal Semicircular Canal Induced by Vigorous Head Shaking. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1;141(8):757-60. doi: 10.1001/jamaoto.2015.0711.


Erskine S, Hopkins C, Philpott C, ….Ray J et al. (2015) Symptom comparison between CRS subtypes and controls: Data from the CRES study. Rhinology (Accepted)


Farr MR, Moraleda Deleito J, Xu Y, Ray J. (2015) Developing a one-stop tinnitus service: outcomes of a joined up management strategy: a retrospective observational cohort study. J Eval Clin Pract. doi: 10.1111/jep.12442. [Epub ahead of print]


Carr SD, Moraleda J, Baldwin A, Ray J (2015) Bone-Conduction Hearing Aids in an Elderly Population. Complications and Quality of Life Assessment. European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. (Epub ahead of print).


Ray J, Wright T, Fielden C, Cooper, H, Donaldson,I, Proops D W. Non-users and limited users of cochlear implants.( 2006) Cochlear Implants International 7(1):49-56.


K. T Tzifa (presenter), J. Ray, R. Irving , D. W Proops (2005)Surgical Aspects of Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids for the Acoustic Neuroma Patient Skull Base; 15 - C-3-070


Ray J, D Souza AR, Chavda S, Walsh AR, Irving RM. Dissemination of fat in CSF: a common finding following Translabyrinthine Acoustic neuroma Surgery (2005) Clin Otolaryngol 30:405-8


Ray J, Gibson WPR, Sanli H, Haddon A. The role of auditory stimulation in the maturation of the Auditory Pathway (2004) Acta Otolaryngol124(6): 695-9.


Ray J, Gibson WPR, Sanli H. Results of 844 consecutive cochlear implantations: Long versus short incision. (2004) Cochlear Implants International. 5(4): 160-7


Ray J, Gibson WPR, Sanli H Auditory Neuropathy, Hair Cell Desynchrony and Cochlear Implantation (2004) Clin. Otol. 29(4): 413.