Clinical Trials and Research

At the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, our research faculty works hand in hand with our clinical teams to improve treatment for conditions of the ear, nose, throat, head, and neck. Our ground-breaking investigations range from studying the causes of genetic hearing loss to innovating new and better therapies. 

Clinical Trials

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Clinical trials are an important part of our research efforts. These studies allow investigators to evaluate new treatments and offer patients access to emerging treatments.

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Research Areas

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Our active research areas include cochlear implants, laryngology (disorders of the voice box), pediatric ENT, head and neck cancers, and more.

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