Mr Sam Majumdar is a full time consultant surgeon at the University Medical School and Ninewells Hospital at Dundee.
He is the lead surgeon for voice and swallowing disorders this centre. Mr Sam Majumdar qualified from the Nottingham University as a mature student. He had previous significant experience in maxillofacial surgery and Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow. Equipped with this, he followed training in Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. He completed his basic surgical training in Nottingham and higher surgical training on Sheffield (South Yorkshire) rotation. During his medical training he had also completed a degree in science BSc Med Sci (hon) from the university Nottingham looking at genetic expressions of cancer cells. He is a founder member of the British Laryngology Association and at present a council member. Sam has specialist interest in the diseases of the larynx and pharynx (throat) with particular interest in the disorders of Voice and Swallowing function. He is also a pioneer in the development of Transnasal Oesophagoscopy and Laryngopharyngeal Simulation Surgery. He is one of the course directors of the Thiel Cadaveric Advanced Laryngeal & Pharyngeal Surgery Workshop at the Cushieri Surgical Skills Centre (Dundee) https://cuschieri.dundee.ac.uk/courses . He is also the member of teaching faculty of many other courses. Sam also provides regular care for all general Ear, Nose and Throat conditions for adults and children. Sam is a Fellow of the Scottish Patients Safety programme run by the Health Improvement Scotland. He is also the Deputy Lead for Scotland for Quality Improvement (Faculty of Medical leadership and Management). Sam has published widely in the medical literature and peer reviewed journals; presented the national and international academic and given invited & key notes speeches. Sam has published widely in the medical literature on all aspects of ENT surgery and is co-author of chapters on seminal textbooks.