Brian P. Dunham, MD Brian P. Dunham, MD, is the Director of Otologic Training and an attending surgeon in the Division of Otolaryngology (ENT) and the Balance and Vestibular Program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Areas of Expertise: General pediatric otolaryngology, Cochlear implantation, Pediatric ear disorders, Skull base tumors Locations: Main Campus; Specialty Care, Atlantic County; Specialty Care, Princeton at Plainsboro; Specialty Care & Surgery Center, Voorhees Appointments and Referrals: 1-800-TRY-CHOP (1-800-879-2467) Education and Training Medical SchoolMD - Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA InternshipGeneral Surgery - Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD ResidencyOtorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery - Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD FellowshipPost-Doctoral Research Fellow - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Pediatric Otolaryngology - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA Additional TrainingAdvanced Surgical Trainee, Otology and Neurotology - Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Biomedical Illustration, Continuous Tone and Pen & Ink - Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Board CertificationOtolaryngology Titles and Academic Titles Attending SurgeonDirector of Otologic TrainingAssistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Conditions Treated Foreign Body Aspiration Laryngomalacia Stridor (Noisy Breathing)Subglottic CystsChoanal Atresia Departments and Services Cochlear Implant Program Division of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat)Stream Studios Medical IllustrationBalance and Vestibular Program Research Interests Tissue engineering with an emphasis on respiratory mucosa and airway reconstruction Publications Papers2018 Cueva RA, Chole RA: Maximizing exposure of the internal auditory canal via the retrosigmoid approach: An anatomical, radiological, and surgical study. Otology & Neurotology 39(7): 916-921, 2018 Notes: Eo Trueblood, MA and Dr. Brian Dunham drew Figure 8, pg. 920. 2016 Jump C, Anupindi S, Peranteau W, Dunham B, Mamula P. Extensive Thoracic Injury From Button Battery Ingestion. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2016 Mar;62(3):e24. 2013 Ballah D, Vossough A, Dunham BP, Kazahaya K, Cahill AM: Preoperative angiography and external carotid artery embolisation of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibromas in a tertiary referral paediatric centre. Clinical Radiology 68(11): 1097-1106, November 2013 Notes: Accepted for publication, May 22, 2013. PMID 23911010. 2012 Cheng J, Kleinberger, A, Dunham B, Woo P: Don't hang your coat here. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 76(5): 750-1, May 2012. BooksChapters 2016 Dunham BP: Perilymph Fistula Repair. Surgical Pediatric Otolaryngology, 2nd ed. Potsic WP, Cotton RT, Handler SD, Zur KB (eds). Thieme Medical Publishers; New York, NY, Page: 108-116, 2016. 2014 Rizzi MD, Dunham BP: Congenital Malformations of the Nose and Nasopharynx. Congenital Malformations of the Head and Neck. Elden LM and Zur KB (eds.). Springer, New York, NY, Page: 67-86, 2014 Notes: Dr. Dunham provided original artwork for this chapter. 2012 Dunham BP: The Child with Imbalance. Pediatric Otolaryngology, Principles and Practice Pathways, 2nd Ed. Wetmore RF, Muntz HR, McGill TJ (eds.). Thieme Medical Publishers, New York, NY, Page: 167-195, 2012. Javia LR, Dunham BP, Jacobs I: Congenital Malformations of the Trachea and Bronchi Pediatric Otolaryngology, 5th Ed. Bluestone C et al (eds.). BC Decker, May 2012 Notes: In press. Dr. Brian Dunham created original Photoshop illustrations for Figures 14 and 15. 2011 Dunham B, Kazahaya K, Morrison W: Stridor and upper airway obstruction. Requisites in Pediatric Critical Care. Davis, Helfaer (eds.). Elsevier, Philadelphia, PA, 2010-11 Notes: Submitted 2006 and accepted for publication. Dr. Brian Dunham provided original artwork for this chapter. 2007 Zur KB, Jacobs IN: Management of Chronic Upper Airway Obstruction. Pediatric Otolaryngology: The Requisites in Pediatrics. Wetmore RF (eds.). Mosby Elsevier, Page: 173-189, 2007 Notes: Dr. Brian Dunham created the original artwork for Figures 13-17 and 13-18. Dunham B, Limb C: Cochlear implants: A brief overview. An Essential Guide to Hearing and Balance Disorders. Ackley RS, Decker TN, Limb CJ (eds.). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, Page: 171-201, 2007 Notes: Dr. Brian Dunham wrote and illustrated text. Shah UK, Dunham B: Coblation for Tonsillectomy: An Evidence-based Review. ORL: Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Its Related Specialties. Younis R (eds.). 69(6): 349-357, November 2007 Notes: Epub 2007 Nov 23. Dr. Brian Dunham created the original artwork of the composite Photoshop rendering within manuscript. Dunham, BP (artist): Figure 13-8: Suprastomal Collapse and Suprastomal Granulation. Pediatric Otolaryngology: The Requisites in Pediatrics 2007 Notes: Zur KB, Jacobs IN: Management of Chronic Upper Airway Obstruction. Pediatric Otolaryngology: The Requisites in Pediatrics. Wetmore RF (eds.). Mosby Elsevier, Page: 173-189, 2007. Dunham, BP (artist): Figure 13-7: Internal and External Views. Pediatric Otolaryngology: The Requisites in Pediatrics 2007 Notes: Artwork published in: Zur KB, Jacobs IN: Management of Chronic Upper Airway Obstruction. Pediatric Otolaryngology: The Requisites in Pediatrics. Wetmore RF (eds.). Mosby Elsevier, Page: 173-189, 2007. Dunham BP: Front cover artist. An Essential Guide to Hearing and Balance Disorders. Ackley RS, Decker TN, Limb CJ (eds.). Psychology Press, May 2007. 2006 Dunham B, Le Visage C, Singhal S, Flint P, Leong K: Tracheal Tissue Engineering. Handbook of Bioengineering. Bronzino (eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Page: 62-1 to 62-19, 2006 Notes: Dr. Brian Dunham wrote and illustrated text. 1998 Breaden R (Dunham BP, artist - pg. 47): Cracking the Boards: USMLE Step 1. Princeton Review Series Page: 427, 1998 Notes: ISBN 0-375-75092-4. Posters and PresentationsInvited Lectures 2018 Dunham BP. "Three Pediatric ENT Cases" Presented at the 42nd Semi-Annual Fall Family Medicine Review, Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine, King of Prussia, PA (10/5/18) Dunham BP. "Surgical Pearls: Common Issues and Red Flags" Lecture presented to the CHOP Care Network Specialty Care Center Princeton at Plainsboro, 101 Plainsboro Rd., Plainsboro, NJ 08540 (5/22/18) Dunham BP. "A Hidden Resource - Stream Studios at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia" CSA AM conference oral presentation (5/8/18, Dunham BP, Trueblood E) Awards and Honors 2013, Best Doctors, South Jersey Magazine 2004, Henkel Chief Resident Teacher of the Year Award, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1996, Keck Scholar under the Stanford Medical Scholars Research Program 1993, Vanderbilt Diabetes Center Research Fellow 1992-1994, Catherine Easterling Mountcastle Scholar, Vanderbilt University 1988, Pearson Fellowship, Dartmouth College 1984, Robinson Fellowship, Dartmouth College Editorial and Academic Positions Editorial positions 2006-present, Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Biocommunication Academic and institutional committees 2010-present, Member, Advisory Committee, Medical and Biological Illustration Graduate Program, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 2008-present, ORL-HNS Admissions Interviewer, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Leadership and Memberships Memberships in professional organizations National 2013-present, American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology 2001-present, Association of Medical Illustrators 1999-present, American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 1999-present, American College of Surgeons Patient Experience Ratings About the Patient Experience Rating System The Patient Experience Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. 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