Q&A with alumnus and facial plastic surgeon Andrea Park

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Andrea Park, MD, earned her medical degree at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. She completed a residency in otolaryngology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis that included a T32 research fellowship. She then pursued a fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine […]

Graduating fellows gain experience in complex patient care

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Fellows in the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University have spent the past year honing surgical skills and learning to care for the most complex patients in their specialties. As they prepare for graduation, they share some thoughts on their future plans and fellowship experience. Christopher Ian Newberry, MD, fellow in pediatric otolaryngology Where are […]

Audiology and Deaf Education students celebrate graduation

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Washington University’s top ranked Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences awarded 14 Doctor of Audiology degrees and eight Master of Science in Deaf Education degrees this year. Audiology and deaf education graduates walked in a combined in-person ceremony for the School of Medicine on Friday, May 20. The same afternoon, the Program in Audiology and […]

Residents learn surgical approaches to anterior skull base

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Residents from the departments of Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology practiced a variety of surgical approaches to the anterior skull base at the annual Anterior Skull Base Lab on Saturday, April 23. Held at Washington University School of Medicine’s surgical simulation lab, the event included lectures on anatomy and surgical approaches, followed by hands-on surgical practice using […]

Welcome new residents!

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Otolaryngology Match 2022 results are in! Please join us in welcoming and celebrating the achievements of these five outstanding physicians and newest members of the Washington University ENT family. Clinical Track Katherine Garvey, MDIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai “I am thrilled and honored to match at Washington University in St. Louis! It is […]

Q&A with Chief Resident Miranda Lindburg

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Raised in Utah, Washington University otolaryngology resident Miranda Lindburg, MD, loves the St. Louis food scene and longs to attend another Olympic Games. Why did you choose Washington University for residency training? As a WashU medical student, I was able to observe firsthand the incredible breadth and depth of training the residents got in this […]

Fellowship matches announced

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New fellows in the Department of Otolaryngology have been announced! The new fellows will start July 1: Robert Cristel, MD Fellow in facial plastic and reconstructive surgeryUndergraduate: Biology, Webster University, St. Louis, MOMD: University of Missouri, ColumbiaResidency in otolaryngology: University of Illinois, Chicago Molly Heft Neal, MD Fellow in advanced head and neck surgical oncology […]

Washington University Audiology students receive research travel awards

Two Washington University Audiology students received highly competitive 2022 Travel Awards for their Graduate Student Mentored Research Poster Session submissions to the Scientific and Technology Meeting of the American Auditory Society. Lauren Jacobs (Mentors: Jonathan Peelle, PhD, and Kate McClannahan, PhD) was awarded for her project Evaluating Remote Tools to Determine Headphone Use During Online Testing. […]

Q&A with Deaf Education student Liberty Moore

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Liberty Moore is a graduate student in Deaf Education here at Washington University. A bilateral cochlear implant recipient, she has garnered experience as both a research subject and research scientist and hopes to become a teacher of the deaf. How did your deafness develop and at what age did you receive cochlear implants? I was […]

ENT residents garner research awards

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Washington University otolaryngology residents Amit Walia, MD, and David Lee, MD, received research grants from the American Hearing Research Foundation (AHRF). The awards are $1,000 each and will provide supplies and other expenses related to their research projects. Title: Optical Coherence Tomography of Inner Ear StructuresPI: David Lee, MDMentor: Nedim Durakovic, MD Hearing instability disorders, […]