• 10 ENTs to know

    The new leader of an otolaryngology organization and nine more ENTs to know:
  • 7 ENTs stepping into leadership positions in 2021

    From state boards to health systems, several ENTs have taken on new leadership roles so far this year.
  • Massachusetts General names otolaryngology chief

    Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear named Mark Varvares, MD, chief of the Departments of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, according to a news release. 
  • ENT snapshot: 5 numbers to know

    Here are five fast facts on neurological surgery, based on the Merritt Hawkins physician revenue calculator and the 2021 Medscape physician compensation report:
  • Meet the new president of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery

    Kathleen Yaremchuk, MD, of Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System, is president-elect of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.
  • 10 ENTs to know

    From the heads of medical societies to thought leaders in the field, here are 10 ENTs to know in 2021:
  • 5 ENT moves

    Vanderbilt University's new otolaryngology chair and four more ENTs who moved to a new practice or added to their titles recently:
  • ENT practice joins Pennsylvania health system

    A two-physician ENT practice joined Lehigh Valley Health Network, the Standard-Speaker reported June 21.
  • ENT named chair of AMA board of trustees

    Bobby Mukkamala, MD, an ENT from Flint, Mich. was named the American Medical Association's chair of the board of trustees.
  • ENT named chair of Vanderbilt's otolaryngology department

    Eben Rosenthal, MD, was named chair of Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center's department of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, according to a June 11 news release. 
  • 10 ENTs to know

    An ENT who served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and nine more physicians to know:
  • PerfectServe appoints first chief medical officer

    Clinical communication company PerfectServe on June 9 introduced Rodrigo Martínez, MD, as the company's first chief medical officer.
  • How much ENTs make + 6 other ENT stories from May

    From two ENTs gaining leadership roles to Medscape's latest figures on physician pay, here are seven updates for ENTs during the last month:
  • Former Johns Hopkins otolaryngologist dies

    Michael Holliday, MD, a retired otolaryngologist and former Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty member, died May 17 from Alzheimer's disease, The Baltimore Sun reported.
  • 10 ENTs to know

    A surgeon serving areas of Central America and nine more ENTs to know:
  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences receives $1.14M gift for otolaryngology department

    The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has received a $1.14 million gift from the estate of Thomas McGill for its otolaryngology department, the medical school said May 27.
  • Emory University ENT chair named to Georgia state board

    Douglas Mattox, MD, an ENT at Atlanta-based Emory University School of Medicine, was named to Georgia's state board of examiners for speech pathology and audiology.
  • 5 recent ENT moves

    ENT and Allergy Associates' latest hire and ENTs joining new practices are among the latest moves made by ENTs.
  • Intersect ENT's Propel Contour OK'd by EU

    Intersect ENT's sinus implant device Contour received a CE mark from the European Union, the company announced May 20.
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    A physician who went on a medical mission to Peru and nine more ENTs to know:

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