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Head and Neck Surgery

The Division of Head and Neck Surgery in the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers and other conditions specifically affecting the head and neck.

Faculty in the division at IU School of Medicine lead a Multidisciplinary Oncology Conference each week, where experts from several departments (e.g. radiology, radiation and medical oncology, dental, speech and language pathology and oral pathology) collectively review and discuss best care plans for individuals with cancer. This team ensures the personalized treatments meet National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines for evidence-based treatment. More than 400 patients each year benefit from the Head and Neck Oncology Conference.

Faculty

The Division of Head and Neck Surgery is comprised of five nationally-recognized faculty physicians.
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OBGYN Research Experience

Research

Faculty lead multidisciplinary research into cancer cachexia, HPV-related throat cancers and other clinical and translational research.
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Clinical Care

Physicians treat complex head and neck care, which include specialized endocrine surgery and transoral robotic surgery.
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Fellowship

Fellows gain exposure to techniques in endocrine procedures, open and endoscopic skull base surgery; head and neck reconstruction; and oncology care of cancer patients.
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