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Otolaryngology Research at Emory

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Faculty in the Emory Department of Otolaryngology are committed to advancing patient care technologies and treatment through insightful and dynamic research. The two primary, otolaryngology-focused research programs at Emory are the Emory Research Group in Otolaryngology (ERGO), and the Emory Innovation Group in Otolaryngology (EIGO).

ERGO, directed by Nikhila Raol, MD, MPH, is dedicated to clinical research, with projects ranging from laboratory investigations to translational and clinical outcomes studies, while EIGO, directed by Adam Klein, MD, is concerned with promoting and cultivating novel healthcare solutions for unmet clinical needs.

Between these two programs, a wide range of basic science, translational, and clinical outcomes studies are conducted, and new treatment technologies are conceived and designed. Our faculty researchers publish frequently in the literature, and often discuss their finding, conclusions, and achievements at national meetings.