Professor Gus Alusi is a renowned Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon based in London. Professor Alusi has been a passionate researcher throughout his career. The University of Leicester recognised his dedication to his field through the research he conducted into image-guided surgery and awarded him with a PhD.
Professor Alusi became a consultant in 2000 following the completion of his general training at some the most renowned hospitals in London (including The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear, St Bartholomew's and The Royal Marsden).
Professor Alusi manages all adult and paediatric general ear, nose and throat conditions and has a special interest in complex head and neck surgery. He is a senior surgeon within the Head and Neck Unit at St Barts and The London NHS Trust and has a special interest in thyroid surgery, complex sinus surgery and rhinoplasties.
In addition to his responsibilities as a Consultant in ENT, Professor Alusi holds a position as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Cancer at St Barts and the London.
Professor Alusi also dedicates a significant amount of his time with surgical trainees who are completing postgraduate degrees. He interacts with these trainees through his involvement with the Institute of Cancer Research Fund. The outcome of this strong collaboration between Professor Alusi and the medical postgraduates has been exceptional and has produced a substantial body of publications in a number of preeminent medical journals.
He is also interested in Oncolytic Viruses for the treatment of cancer and gene therapy focusing on gene delivery and the identification of new therapeutic options.
Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
Complex sinus surgery
Head and Neck surgery
Nose & Sinuses (Rhinology)
Head and Neck Surgery
Thyroid Disorders and Surgery