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ENT Assistant Professor

INR 1200000 P.A.
October 27, 2016

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Dr. Jai Richo Johnson, MBBS, MS (ENT)

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ENT/ Otolaryngology

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No. 5, Shakthi Colony, VOC Road, Cantonment, Trichy 1

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Educational Background

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Madras Medical College

The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University


MS (Masters in Surgery)

PGIMER, Chandigarh

PGIMER, Chandigarh


Completed Under-Graduation (MBBS) from the prestigious Madras Medical College – one of the largest tertiary care teaching hospitals in Asian subcontinent. It is the second oldest medical college in India and In the India Today ranking of medical colleges for 2013, Madras Medical College was ranked 7th (Passed with an overall Score of 64%, ENT- 71%)

Completed Basic Life Support Certification Course

Registered Medical practitioner under Dr. MGR Medical University Tamilnadu, India (Reg no-93748)

MS ENT (Joined PGIMER Chandigarh, India with a score of 96% in entrance exams)

Completed Post Graduation MS (E.N.T) from PGIMER, Chandigarh - One of the leading ENT departments of the country. It is well equipped with all the latest equipment like microscopes, powered instrumentation, video endoscopes, image -guided surgery equipment, laser and speech lab.

Personal Statement

Strong academic background in evidence based medicine

Skilled in general otolaryngology, adults and children

A trusted, patient focused doctor serving patients by successfully diagnosing, treating and also managing their surgical illnesses and diseases

Endowed with effective clinical judgment and decision making in dealing with general surgical problems based on sound surgical principles under the guidance of experienced professors in ENT surgery

Able to exhibit the knowledge, skills and attitudes relating to gender, culture and ethnicity pertinent to ENT Surgery and incorporate these in research activities

Professional Experience





Resident Physician

Department of ENT

Changi General Hospital, Singapore

Jan 2016 – Present

Responsibilities include but are not limited to,

Attend Clinics, Attend Emergency duties

Assist Surgeries in the OT such as Head and Neck Surgeries, Facial plastics and Reconstructive surgeries, Rhinology and Skull base surgeries

Actively participate as Co-investigator in many of the ongoing research projects conducted by the Department of Otolaryngology, CGH





Senior Resident

Department of ENT

Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu

August 2015 – October 2015

Responsibilities include but are not limited to,

Attend Clinics, Attend Emergency duties

Provide surgical care to IPD, OPD and Casualty patients of the Institute

Assist in diagnostic/surgical procedures conducted for the patients

Conduct workshops, camps, health talks, outcomes evaluation and audit

Maintain diligent case records, draft, correct and sign discharge summaries

Responsible for preparing and delivering lectures and leading classroom discussions for Under Graduate students

Participate in research as required





Junior Resident

Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery


June 2012- June 2015

Completed Junior Residency in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery under the guidance of Professor Naresh K. Panda & Professor Ashok K. Gupta

PGI Chandigarh, also known as Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) is one of the top medical colleges of India

Well trained in mastoid surgeries, endoscopic sinus surgeries, tracheostomy, thyroidectomy, parotidectomies

Adequate exposure to surgeries like cochlear implantation, pituitary surgeries and skull base neoplasms, coblation tosillectomy, cordectomy, head & neck oncosurgeries, sleep studies


Study: Effect of Oropharyngeal exercises in treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea

Synopsis: To evaluate the effect of oropharyngeal exercises and transcutaneous electrical stimulation of oropharyngeal muscles in the treatment of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnoea

Methodology: Before starting exercises for pharyngeal muscles, transcutaneous electrical stimulation was given to the patients in inclusion criteria to strengthen the lateral pharyngeal muscles and genioglossus muscle. The following regime was used for stimulation,

Using electrical stimulator, ENRAF NONIUS Sonopuls 692VS from Netherland, faradic current with polarity, phase duration 1 ms, phase interval 20ms, output mode CV was given for 6weeks, 3 visits per week, 90 pulse was given in each visit and oropharyngeal exercises was started simultaneously.

Outcome: The study concluded that upper airway exercises can achieve subjective improvement in OSAS symptoms and their polysomonographic abnormalities in patients with mild to moderate OSAS and so can be considered as alternative method of treatment of mild to moderate OSAS.

Papers Presented At National Level

Presented a paper on the topic 'Effect of Oropharyngeal exercise in treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea' at IAOHNS in December 2014 at Chennai

Poster Presentation

Presented Poster on rare tumor in Parapharyngeal Space in AOICON - North Zone in Indraprasatha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India

Professional Training

Attended Cochlear Cruise held at SMS Medical College, Jaipur in February 2014

Attended Training in Temporal Bone Dissection in March 2014.

Attended Training - Dissector in foundation surgical skills, Facial plastics and Reconstructive Surgery - Changi General Hospital, FSSCO 2016

Soft tissue dissection course, Changi general hospital 2016

Attended special training on Coblation, Laser Surgeries, Harmonic scalpel, Image Guided Surgeries, Cochlear Implantation


Secured State Second Rank in Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Exams (Class XII) with a cut off mark of 299.58/300 (Scored 200/200 in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths) - SRV Boys Higher Secondary School, May 2006

Successful candidate in medical studies with distinctions in anatomy, pharmacology, microbiology, otorhinolaryngology, and general surgery during my undergraduate period.


Orophahryngeal exercises in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea: our experience – Sleep and Breathing, An International Journal of the Science and Practice of Sleep Medicine March 2016 DOI 10.1007/s11325-016-1332-1 Jai Richo Johnson, Verma RK.

Professional Bodies Registration

Professional body

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The Tamil Nadu Medical Council/Indian Medical Council

Registration no: 93748 life time since 2011

Registered Member of Indian Academy of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (IAOHNS)

Registration no: 269

Registered Member of Singapore Medical Council (SMC)

Registration no: M61777F


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