Taseer Feroze Din

Taseer Feroze Din
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Attending Physician Years Of Experience: 8
  • About the Physician

    Dr. Taseer Feroze Din has been a Consultant Pediatric Otolaryngologist and head-neck surgeon at Sidra Medicine since 2023, joining after completing a Fellowship and working at Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford University, USA.

    He treats all medical and surgical diseases of the ear, nose, and throat and particularly specializes in complex airway and ear pathologies. He has a keen interest in clinical and global health research and has published multiple original research articles within the highest-impact journals in his field.

    Having had the privilege to train and practice medicine in both low and high-resource settings, he has gained holistic perspectives in the arena of global health, education, and clinical care. As such, he enjoys teaching medical students and trainees within otolaryngology and seeks to collaborate globally continually. His ultimate vision is to continually perform clinical medicine at the highest level and promote global otolaryngology that facilitates an equitable and world-class clinical practice.


    Languages Spoken

    English, Swahili, Urdu

    Years Of Experience
    • Fellowship – Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford University, USA
    • Residency – University of Cape Town, South Africa
    • Medical School – University of Nairobi, Kenya
    • Sidra Medicine
    Areas of Interest
    • Complex airway disease
    • Complex ear disease including endoscopic ear surgery
    • Medical / surgical education
    • Quality improvement
    • Global health collaborations and research
    Medical Publications
    1. Din TF, McGuire J, Booth J, Lytwynchuk A, Fagan JJ, Peer S. The assessment of quality of life in children with tracheostomies and their families in a low to middle income country (LMIC). Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2020 Nov;138:110319. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijporl.2020.110319
    2. Din TF, Fagan JJ, Peer S. Profile of paediatric tuberculosis mastoiditis - A case series. S Afr J Surg. 2022 Mar;60(1):62-6. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/sajs/article/view/243254
    3. Din TF, Macharia C, Harris T. Advancing African otolaryngology and head & neck surgery education and training through virtual academic platforms and multidisciplinary teams. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2021 Jun;29(3):230-4. https://doi.org/10.1097/moo.0000000000000712
    4. Din T, Abdalla T, Chiesa-Estomba C, Simon F, Teissier N, Thomas I, Fagan J, Peer S. YO-IFOS guidelines for pediatric ENT surgery during COVID-19: An overview of recommendations. Laryngoscope. 2021 Aug;131(8):1876-83. https://doi.org/10.1002/lary.29335
    5. Lindeborg M, Din T, Araya-Quezada C, Lawal S, Heer B, Rajaguru P, Joseph M, Alkire B, Fagan J. Race and ethnicity in otolaryngology academic publications. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2022 Jun;166(6):1196-203. https://doi.org/10.1177/01945998221084201