Exceptional Patient Care

Our teams provide high-quality coordinated care and offer the most advanced technology and techniques available.

 

Ear & Hearing

Ear disease, hearing loss, dizziness, tinnitus, facial nerve disorders

 Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery plus medspa to correct or restore aesthetic form and function

General Otolaryngology

Comprehensive evaluation for disorders affecting all regions of the head and neck

Head & Neck Cancer

Comprehensive treatment of tumors and a focus on reconstructive surgery

Nose and Sinus

Full range of care for nose and sinus disease, nasal allergies and nasal obstructions 

Pediatric Otolaryngology

General and complex otolaryngology care for children

Skull Base Surgery

Medical and surgical treatment and therapy for skull base diseases

Sleep

Care for sleep apnea and other sleep disorders

 Voice & Airway

Medical and surgical treatment for all conditions affecting voice and airway

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Education

Training the world’s future leaders in otolaryngology

  • History of training national leaders
  • Welcoming, approachable faculty
  • Early clinical autonomy with strong mentorship
  • Extensive research opportunities
  • Emphasis on work-life balance

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Number 5 in NIH funding

Bold, groundbreaking research

Our innovative basic science and clinical studies translate into better ENT care for patients worldwide

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Latest News

Dr. Ogden cultivates leadership skills

Dr. Ogden cultivates leadership skills
Our vice chair for clinical affairs, Allison Ogden, MD, FACS, was selected to participate in the the third cohort of the Women Faculty Leadership Institute, a program that provides access to local and national experts who address skill development in critical areas of leadership. She began her coursework in September with a focus on negotiation. […]

New animal model offers insights into CMV-induced hearing loss

New animal model offers insights into CMV-induced hearing loss
Ten percent of newborns infected with cytomegalovirus suffer from hearing loss. Keiko Hirose, MD, in the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University is trying to figure out why. CMV or cytomegalovirus is a common viral infection in humans. It typically goes unnoticed and is only likely to cause problems when it occurs in infants or […]

PACS: Growing to meet a national need for deaf educators and audiologists

PACS: Growing to meet a national need for deaf educators and audiologists
The Washington University School of Medicine offers a number of degrees in clinical care specialties. One of the fastest growing programs is one known as PACS, the Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences. The program currently boasts 99 students of specialty training in audiology (52 students), deaf education (26 students), and hearing sciences (one PhD […]

 

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