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Dr. Amy Chen with a patient.

The key to Emory Otolaryngology's pre-eminence in clinical care in the Southeast has been its commitment to teaching and research. Through versatile participation in these interdependent activities, our highly trained, board-certified physicians maintain their skills on the cutting edge of modern otolaryngology. We are committed to providing efficient and cost effective care for complex and difficult problems as well as routine health matters.

The Emory Department of Otolaryngology's educational component encompasses multiple academic levels, from undergraduate medical education to an accredited residency to fellowships to CME offerings. These programs contain robust didactic curriculums, opportunities for participation in cutting edge research, and a diverse variety of clinical experiences.

Faculty research projects span basic science, translational, and clinical investigations, including studies of the mechanisms of deafness caused by genetic mutations, the various implications of office-based rhinologic surgery, reconstruction of head and neck cancer defects, outcomes measurement, healthcare disparities, craniomaxillofacial trauma, and much more.