Professor Terry Jones is a Professor of Head and Neck Surgery and an international authority on the management of oropharyngeal cancer in the HPV (Human papillomavirus) era. Professor Jones is Director of the Liverpool Head and Neck Centre – the largest NHS / University collaboration for the research and treatment of head and neck disease in the UK. His clinical research interests include; function sparing transoral laser microsurgery and its role in de-escalation strategies for oropharyngeal cancer and the role of social inequality in the development and outcome of head and neck cancer. He has successfully designed, managed and completed numerous clinical trials.
He holds several clinical & academic fellowships (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) – Edinburgh, Specialist Fellowship (FRCS) in Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery & Fellow of the Academy of Translational Medicine Professionals and has earned a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Liverpool. He is also committed to clinical education and training, and in recognition of his significant contributions to this field has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Surgical Educators (Royal College of Surgeons of England) and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.