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  • Alumnus David Alexander receives VA Five Star Service Award

    Alumnus David Alexander receives VA Five Star Service Award David Alexander, M.D., is being honored for his outstanding patient care during his last year of residency with the UAB Department of Otolaryngology. David Alexander, M.D.

  • Bringing palliative care to underserved rural communities

  • UAB opens Multidisciplinary Endocrine Tumor Clinic

    UAB opens Multidisciplinary Endocrine Tumor Clinic UAB Department of Otolaryngology Assistant Professor, Erin Buczek, M.D., is one of six specialists leading the new UAB Multidisciplinary Endocrine Tumor Clinic. Erin Buczek, M.D.

  • Sullivan Survivor Care Program ready to take next step

    Sullivan Survivor Care Program ready to take next step UAB will launch the Pat and Jean Sullivan Comprehensive Head and Neck Cancer Survivor Care Program in 2020 — the first effort of its kind in the country.

  • George W. Barber Jr. Lectureship presents "Communication and Complications in Thyroid Surgery 2019"

    George W. Barber Jr. Lectureship presents "Communication and Complications in Thyroid Surgery 2019" Gregory W. Randolph, M.D., FACS, FACE The 2019 George W. Barber Jr. Lectureship, "Communication and Complications in Thyroid Surgery 2019," was presented by a world-renowned expert in the field of otolaryngology, Gregory W. Randolph, M.D., FACS, FACE. The Claire and John Bertucci Endowed Chair in thyroid surgical oncology at Harvard Medical School is a professor in otolaryngology and surgeon at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Dr. Randolph shared the history of thyroid surgery to help frame current practice. He also discussed future advances in thyroid surgery, including the de-escalation of treatment for thyroid cancer, intraoperative nerve monitoring, and molecular testing for thyroid[…]

  • UAB Otolaryngology faculty receive promotions

    UAB Otolaryngology faculty receive promotions Do-Yeon Cho, M.D., M.S.Do-Yeon Cho, M.D., M.S. , has been promoted to associate professor. Dr. Cho graduated from Chungbuk National University School of Medicine, M.D. and Sung Kyun Kwan University School of Medicine, M.S. He completed his otorhinolaryngology residency at Samsung Medical Center, rhinology research fellowship and otolaryngology residency at Sanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Cho specializes in acute and chronic rhinosinusitis, nasal obstruction, hyposmia and anosmia, cystic fibrosis, allergic rhinitis, airway epithelial regeneration and repair, and endoscopic skull base surgery. Jason Warram, Ph.D.Jason Warram, Ph.D., has been promoted from assistant professor to associate professor. Dr. Warram graduated from UAB[…]

  • UAB to launch Sullivan Survivorship Program, first of its kind for head and neck cancer patients

    UAB to launch Sullivan Survivorship Program, first of its kind for head and neck cancer patients UAB will launch the Pat and Jean Sullivan Comprehensive Head and Neck Cancer Survivor Care Program in 2020 — the first effort of its kind in the country.

  • What you need to know about sinus infections

    What you need to know about sinus infections As the fall months approach, the potential for seasonal allergies, runny noses and sinus infections increases.

  • Snoring nose no limits

    Snoring nose no limits Snoring affects nearly 40 percent of adult men and 24 percent of adult women.

  • Woman’s Christmas present: Surviving an internal decapitation

    Woman’s Christmas present: Surviving an internal decapitation The ATV hit a barbwire fence and virtually cut her head off. Her story of survival is amazing.

  • Four New Faculty Join the Department of Otolaryngology

    Four New Faculty Join the Department of Otolaryngology The UAB Department of Otolaryngology is excited to introduce four new members to the faculty team: Drs. Erika Walsh, Jessica Grayson, Carissa Thomas and Hari Jeyarajan:Dr. Walsh joins our faculty following a two year fellowship in Otology/Neurotology at the Michigan Ear Institute. She earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed her residency with us here at UAB. Dr. McGrew had the pleasure of training Erika throughout her residency and advocated for her recruitment, recognizing her skill in managing both common and complex conditions of the ear, temporal bone and lateral skull base. Dr. Walsh is currently accepting[…]

  • Golf for the Grads

    Golf for the Grads  To celebrate our three 2019 graduates, Drs. David Alexander, Sean Evans and Matthew Fort, the UAB Department of Otolaryngology hosted a golf tournament the morning of Saturday, June 15. The group broke up into teams for a little friendly competition before heading to the Wine Loft that evening for the big celebration.Alumni, UAB Otolaryngology faculty and staff, residents and their families all joined in celebrating (and roasting) the departing PGY-5s. Check out where our talented residents are headed:Dr. David Alexander will be moving to Lexington, Kentucky to join a private practice called Kentucky Ear, Nose and Throat. Dr. Alexander's favorite[…]

  • Take 5 with Dr. Glenn Peters

    Take 5 with Dr. Glenn Peters Dr. Glenn Peters, Julius N. Hicks Professor of Otolaryngology and Associate Chief Medical Officer for UAB Health System, is a seasoned veteran of the Department of Otolaryngology. His love of science and desire to help others led him to become a physician and keeps him going each day. Take 5 with Dr. Peters:What made you want to become a physician?My love of science and the desire to help others.What is the best part of your job?Interacting with patients and their families and being able to physically treat a patient's illness through surgery.Who is a mentor who has had a profound[…]

  • UAB Otolaryngology Holds 14th Annual Residents' Research Day

    UAB Otolaryngology Holds 14th Annual Residents' Research Day The Department of Otolaryngology held its 14th annual Ann B. and Julius N. Hicks Lectureship in Otolaryngology and Residents’ Research Day on May 11, 2019. The lectureship was established in 2006 to help support resident education in otolaryngology and continues to provide distinguished guest speaking from throughout the country.Guest speaker Dr. Tom D. Wang, Professor and Director of Otolaryngology – Division of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University, kicked off the lecture series with a talk titled “Facelift Surgery Evolution.”Throughout the day, PGY-3's through PGY-5's presented the results of[…]

  • Cho Receives Career Development Award

    Cho Receives Career Development Award Dr. Do-Yeon Cho, Assistant Professor and Director of Otolaryngology Research, was awarded a Triological Society Career Development Award in support of his research “The Role of Mucin Degrading Anaerobes in the Pathogenesis of Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Pseudomonas”“I am so honored to receive the Triological Society’s Career Development Award” said Cho. “This is a stepping stone to become an active fellow of the society and a leader in our field.”To be funded in the amount of $40,000 beginning August 1, 2019, Cho’s research on the microbiome and chronic sinusitis addresses an extremely prevalent clinical problem for which well-controlled experimentation is lacking[…]

  • Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Jonathan Lindman

    Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Jonathan Lindman When did you graduate from UAB?June, 2005What city are you located in? Augusta, GAWhat are your clinical/research interests?Salivary gland swelling and stone removal, Sleep medicine, business of medicineHow did you choose to practice this area of otolaryngology?I first became interested in sialoendocopy as a resident when I did a case report on intraparotid stones in a pediatric patient with Dr Audie Woolley in 2004. It was just becoming available in the United States. In 2007, I pursued hands-on training in Erlangen Germany and Geneva Switzerland from the surgeons who designed the sialoendoscopes. I received sleep medicine certification in 2011 and[…]

  • Take 5 with Dr. Hari Jeyarajan

    Take 5 with Dr. Hari Jeyarajan What made you want to become a physician? Honestly, the reasons I choose to be a surgeon today are slightly different to when I decided to become a physician 20 years ago. Both of my parents are physicians, and I remember seeing the influence that my mother (a family practitioner) had on her patients’ lives. Ultimately that is why I chose to become a physician, to have the opportunity to make a profound difference in peoples’ lives.What is the best part of your job?There are a number of aspects to my job that I am grateful for. Firstly, the privilege of[…]

  • We're Moving!

    We're Moving! The UAB Department of Otolaryngology Admin Office will be moving offices effective Monday, May 13th. Below you will find our updated contact information.PHYSICAL ADDRESS1155 Faculty Office Tower510 20th Street SouthBirmingham, AL. 35233P: 205-801-7801 F: 205-801-7802MAILING ADDRESSFOT 11551720 2nd Avenue SouthBirmingham, AL. 35294-3412

  • Welcome New ResidENTs!

    Welcome New ResidENTs! The Department of Otolaryngology is excited to welcome four residents to UAB this summer. Meet our new PGY-1 team:Jessica Lee Bishop attended the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University for medical school. She received her Bachelor of Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Jessica was born in Birmingham, Alabama.Sudhir Manickavel was born in Gobichettipalayam, India and attended the University of California for his undergraduate degree. He completed medical school of the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, Florida. Jake Patrick Morgan completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine in Oklahoma City. Born in Tulsa,[…]

  • Free oral, head and neck cancer screening set for April 12

    Free oral, head and neck cancer screening set for April 12 The free screening will take place at The Kirklin Clinic on the fifth floor from 1-4 p.m.

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