Stanford Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery Department

A thriving department with a world-class reputation and a culture of respect and consideration for one another.

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Exceptional medical care for common to complex ear, nose, and throat issues.


Breakthrough research of human disease with an emphasis on curing deafness.


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In Spotlight

Registration for the 2024 Dysphagia Awareness Symposium is now open!

Registration is open for the 2024 Dysphagia Awareness Symposium which is scheduled for June 26th from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM!

June is National Dysphagia Awareness Month. This course is an intermediate course designed to provide foundational information in evaluation and treatment of dysphagia. Intended audiences SLPs, MDs, Nurses. Swallowing difficulties can occur to people of all ages and impacts one in twenty-five Americans annually. Dysphagia has the potential to dramatically impact the health and well-being of patients and their caregivers. Join the Stanford Department of Otolaryngology in an evening of lectures and discussions about swallowing and swallowing disorders. Our speakers will address aspects of oropharyngeal and esophageal dysphagia across the lifespan. For more information and to register for either in-person or virtual attendance, please click the button below.

Please note that ASHA CEUs are being offered for in-person participants only and registration is limited to 60 individuals.

New article from PGY 1 Resident, Monica Bodd, MD, MTS

 Dr. Bodd and team explore the promise of accompaniment - an ethical framework drawn from liberation theology and brought to bear on medicine through the work of Paul Farmer - in the care of surgical patients.

Congratulations to Michael Chang, MD for receiving a Stanford CARE seed grant

The seed grant of $50,000 from the Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE) will be for Dr. Chang’s research on “Improving Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Diagnosis Through Deep Learning of Endoscopic Images.”  This collaborative research grant further strengthens our team’s foundational work towards being an AI research center of distinction in rhinology.


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