Division of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat)

We are proud to announce the initial results of an experimental gene therapy to treat otoferlin gene (OTOF)-mediated hearing loss, a form of hereditary hearing loss. While this is a breakthrough in the treatment of children around the world with hearing loss, and we are encouraged by the initial findings in the research trial, we want to emphasize that this trial is only to treat one very specific rare gene for deafness and the gene therapy is only available through a clinical trial. Learn more here.

In the Division of Otolaryngology — also known as Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) — our multidisciplinary staff diagnoses and treats the common and uncommon conditions of childhood, such as ear infections (otitis), sore throats, tonsillitis, sinus problems, hearing and speech disorders, airway problems, lymphatic malformations and tumors of the head and neck. No matter the complexity of your child's condition our goal is the same: your child’s quick return to a healthy childhood.

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Our Team

Meet the doctors, surgeons, nurses and other staff who will provide comprehensive care for your child in the Division of Otolaryngology.