Mr San Sunkaraneni is a Consultant Rhinologist/ENT surgeon who works at the Royal Surrey County Hospital Guildford, United Kingdom and provides a regional service for Surrey, London, Sussex and Hampshire. He carries out a fortnightly NHS outpatient clinic at Cranleigh Village Hospital. He also receives referrals from all over the UK. Mr Sunkaraneni is a UK trained Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon who graduated from the University of London. During his medical school training, he spent a year undertaking a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Anatomy, where his interest in the anatomy and surgery of the head and neck region began. He underwent his general ENT training at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge and in the Wessex Deanery on the south coast of England. As a result of the recognition of his achievements, he was selected from a highly competitive international field to spend a year undergoing sub-specialty training at the renowned St Paul’s Sinus Centre, Vancouver, Canada. During this year, he gained substantial experience in rhinology, particularly computer assisted sinus surgery (CASS) and endoscopic (keyhole) skull base surgery. He was awarded the 2010 Travelling Prize by the Royal Society of Medicine, and in the same year was awarded the Travelling Fellowship by the British Rhinological Society. Mr Sunkaraneni has been recognised and accredited specialist status by the specialist advisory committee in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery and the General Medical Council. With research interests in nasal and sinus disease, Mr Sunkaraneni is a Visiting Senior Fellow at the University of Surrey, developing a research programme looking at the causes of sinusitis and new treatments for it. He peer reviews research papers for scientific journals and has lectured at major conferences in the UK and North America.