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Dr Charlotte McIntyre

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Charlotte is an Ear Nose and Throat surgeon and is currently training at Imperial College NHS Trust. She holds a BMBCh and BSc in neuroscience from Oxford University. Alongside her surgical training she has been completing a PhD, in the department of aeronautical engineering, Imperial College, using engineering techniques to design a tool to aid clinical decision making for patients undergoing thyroid surgery.

Charlotte has worked as a doctor in the NHS for more than ten years and has widely presented and published in her field.

She participated in the Imperial Women in Innovation programme and won second prize for her project ‘Artificial Intelligence Thyroid MDT’. She was awarded the prestigious ‘Entrepreneur of the year’ award at Imperial College in 2019.

Charlotte was the lead for the surgical simulation programme for her speciality and during this time she collaborated with surgical innovation companies; Touch Surgery, Arriscope, and Phacon to both evaluate and help design cutting edge surgical technology.

During the Covid pandemic, Charlotte was part of a team of surgeons and engineers who, alongside the Mercedes F1 design team, created an airway device to be used by Covid patients in the hospital. The project received a large grant from Imperial College Innovation Fund.

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HomeTeamDr Charlotte McIntyre

Dr Charlotte McIntyre

SPEX

Charlotte is an Ear Nose and Throat surgeon and is currently training at Imperial College NHS Trust. She holds a BMBCh and BSc in neuroscience from Oxford University. Alongside her surgical training she has been completing a PhD, in the department of aeronautical engineering, Imperial College, using engineering techniques to design a tool to aid clinical decision making for patients undergoing thyroid surgery.

Charlotte has worked as a doctor in the NHS for more than ten years and has widely presented and published in her field.

She participated in the Imperial Women in Innovation programme and won second prize for her project ‘Artificial Intelligence Thyroid MDT’. She was awarded the prestigious ‘Entrepreneur of the year’ award at Imperial College in 2019.

Charlotte was the lead for the surgical simulation programme for her speciality and during this time she collaborated with surgical innovation companies; Touch Surgery, Arriscope, and Phacon to both evaluate and help design cutting edge surgical technology.

During the Covid pandemic, Charlotte was part of a team of surgeons and engineers who, alongside the Mercedes F1 design team, created an airway device to be used by Covid patients in the hospital. The project received a large grant from Imperial College Innovation Fund.

Dr Charlotte