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Mr Ellis qualified with an MA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. In 2005, he obtained a master’s degree (MSc) in Audiology from the University of Southampton, where he was awarded the D W Robinson prize for the best dissertation in the field of human sciences. Mr Ellis completed his post-graduate training at The Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, where he was awarded the Certificate of Audiological Competence (CAC).
Alongside his work at OneWelbeck ENT, Mr Ellis is Audiology Professional Manager at The Royal National ENT Hospital, London. He is dedicated to training and professional development, having spent eight years on the British Society of Audiology Professional Practice Committee and three years as Chair of the BSA Short Course Sub-Committee.
Research and Publications
Mr Ellis is actively involved in clinical research and regularly presents his findings at national and international conferences. His main research interests include: Auditory implants and Hearing & Balance disorders. He also regularly lectures on courses at The Ear Institute, University College London.
- Manjaly JG, Nash R, Ellis W, Britz A, Lavy JA, Shaida A, Saeed SR, Khalil SS. Hearing Preservation With Standard Length Electrodes in Pediatric Cochlear Implantation. Otol Neurotol. 2018 Oct;39(9):1109-1114.
- Harrison L, Manjaly JG, Ellis W, Lavy JA, Shaida A, Khalil SS, Saeed SR. Hearing Preservation Outcomes With Standard Length Electrodes in Adult Cochlear Implantation and the Uptake of Electroacoustic Stimulation. Otol Neurotol. 2020 Sep;41(8):1060-1065.