Mr Sinan Barazi
- Year Qualified
- FRCS(Neurol.Surgery), MRCSEd, B.Sc., MB BS
- Skull Base, Pituitary Surgery, Facial Pain, Spine
Mr Barazi was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. He attended Winchester College before starting medical school at King’s College Hospital in London.
He was appointed Consultant Neurosurgeon to King’s College Hospital in 2011. He has sub-specialty interests in pituitary surgery (having performed more than 700 cases), skull base surgery, facial pain (including trigeminal and glossopharyngeal neuralgia), hemifacial spasm and spine. He has set up the neurosurgical facial pain service at King’s College Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital with Dr Giorgio Lambru. He is one of few surgeons who performs the microvascular decompression purely endoscopically.
Mr Barazi runs the neurosurgical Endoscopic Skull Base, Pituitary and Facial Pain fellowship at King’s College Hospital and this is the first comprehensive neurosurgical skull base and pituitary fellowship to achieve Royal College of Surgeons accreditation.
He has published and presented extensively nationally and internationally on pituitary, skull base and facial pain surgery.