Richard B. Speaker, MBBCh

Fellow in pediatric otolaryngology
Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery


Dr. Wang is a current fellow in pediatric otolaryngology. His clinical interests pediatric hearing loss, cochlear implantation, chronic ear surgery, conductive hearing loss, ear infections, obstructive sleep apnea, rhinosinusitis, and pediatric voice, airway and swallowing problems. 


Undergraduate: BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Davis (2004)

Medical Degree: University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland (2010)

Residency: Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland (2020)


Dr. Wang sees patients at:

Leadership Roles & Honors

  • Top Score, National Clinical FRCS Mock Exam, RCSI, May 2018
  • Best Dissection, National Temporal Bone Surgery Course, RCSI, May 2018
  • Best Poster Presentation, Irish Otolaryngology Society Meeting, October 2018
  • The Registrar’s Medal for Best Oral Presentation, Royal Academy of Medicine Ireland, April 2019

Select publications

  1. Speaker RB, Harney M, Russell J. Choanal Atresia. In: Puri P, Ed. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management 2nd Edition.Switzerland, Springer International Publishing; 2022
  2. Speaker R B, Roberston J, Simoes-Franklin C, Glynn F, Walshe P, Viani L (2018) Quality of life outcomes in cochlear implantation of children with profound and multiple learning disability, Cochlear Implants International, 19:3,162-166, 51
  3. Barghouthi T, Glynn F, Speaker R B, Walsh M, The Use of a Camera-Enabled Mobile Phone to Triage Patients with Nasal Bone Injuries. Telemedicine and e-Health. March 2012: 150-152.
  4. Ozawa, A; Speaker, RB; Lindberg, I. Enzymatic characterization of a human acyltransferase activity. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(5):e5426. Epub 2009 May 4.