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Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery

A proud tradition in research, education and clinical care

The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, established in 1909, has a proud tradition of achievement in the areas of medical research, education and patient care. The faculty of this department treat diseases of the ear, nose and throat; research innovative new treatments; and educate the next generation of otolaryngology—head and neck surgeons.

Education

The faculty members of this department are educating students, residents, fellows and other physicians in the field of otolaryngology and related areas of medicine. IU School of Medicine offers the only otolaryngology—head and neck surgery residency in the state of Indiana.
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Research

Department of Otolaryngology faculty members are advancing research regarding disorders within this complex specialty. These scientists and clinician-investigators perform a broad range of research, including speech perception, stem cell research in the auditory system, and peripheral nerve regeneration.
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Clinical Care

Renowned as one of the best otolaryngology departments in the nation, the fellowship-trained faculty physicians of this team are nationally and internationally recognized as clinical experts in the communication sciences, having been pioneers in the field of cochlear implants.
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93 Percent of faculty who are fellowship-trained
105 Continuous years presenting Anatomy and Histopathology Course
16th In National Institutes of Health grant funding among otolaryngology departments

Faculty spotlight

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Benjamin P. Anthony, MD

Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery

Benjamin P. Anthony, MD, who joined the department in 2016, specializes in care of patients with voice, airway and swallowing disorders. He is also classically trained in voice and opera. 

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Eri Hashino, PhD

Ruth C. Holton Professor of Otology

Eri Hashino, PhD, serves as the founding director of the 3D Stem Cell Biology Research Group. Her work focuses on the regeneration of sensory hair cells in the inner ear. 

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Otolaryngology Residency Program

By gaining experience in a variety of clinical settings—including advanced tertiary/ quaternary-care hospitals, a county hospital, a VA Hospital and private outpatient surgery centers—graduates of the IU School of Medicine Otolaryngology Residency Program are able to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures related to otolaryngologic pathological conditions and achieve enhanced academic and clinical proficiencies.

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