Emory University ENT chair named to Georgia state board

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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.

Dr. Mattox is a professor and chair of Emory's otolaryngology — head and neck surgery department. He was previously vice chair of otolaryngology and a professor at Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Mattox is a fellow of the American Triological Society, where he was awarded the Fowler Award. He's authored and co-authored more than 100 research papers and chapters.

Dr. Mattox served in other leadership positions including examiner for the American Board of Otolaryngology, board of trustees for the American Otological Society Research Fund and the Scientific Advisory Committee for the American Tinnitus Society.

Gov. Brian Kemp named Dr. Mattox and 17 other appointees to various state boards May 26.

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