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Consultant Details

O Neill, Prof. James Paul

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Practice: Suite 15, Blackrock Clinic

Secretary: Maureen
Clinic Times: Wednesday pm
Telephone: 01 809 3738 / 087 095 3210
Fax: 01 699 1480
Email: jamespaul.oneill@blackrock-clinic.com
Website: https://www.jamespauloneill.ie

Special Interests

Thyroid disease (special interest thyroid nodules and cancer), Swallowing and Voice disorder (special interest in laryngeal microsurgery), Cervical Nodal Lymphadenopathy, Parotid and Salivary disease, HPV Head and Neck disease, Oral Cavity Disease, Sinus disease, Ventral Skull Base Surgery and Craniofacial Cancer Surgery.

Professional Profile

In 2001, Professor James Paul O’Neill became a graduate of The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), winning both RCSI Council Medal and Dr Jim Mahon Medal for Medicine. In 2004, he became a Fellow of RCSI. He completed his Doctorate of Medicine and won the Sir Angell James Prize for ENT research in London on Thyroid Cancer.

In 2006 he studied in the Smurfit Business School at University College Dublin completing an Executive Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

In 2010 he was awarded his Intercollegiate in Otolaryngology and completed a Masters in Medical Education in Queens University Belfast. In July 2010 he began surgical fellowship training in the Department of Head and Neck Surgical Oncology in Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Upon return to Ireland he was appointed Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He was recently appointed Chairman of examinations and Treasurer for the International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies. He has published research papers, book chapters and two textbooks with Elsevier publishers on Head & Neck cancer and Otolaryngology.

He is an expert in benign and malignant conditions of the head and neck, thyroid and parathyroid disease, cervical lymphadenopathy, parotid salivary disease, HPV head and neck disease, laryngeal disorders.