Longstanding Leaders of Head & Neck Surgery
Since 1904, the U-M Medical School Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery has led the nation in excellence and innovation as pioneers in the field.
The Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Michigan Medicine School will be the global leader in providing exemplary clinical care, training the next generation of leaders in the field and shaping the future of research and patient care in otolaryngology.
Some oropharynx cancer patients may qualify for less radiation treatments, according to a new study from experts at the University of Michigan Health Rogel Cancer Center.
2 in 3 parents in national poll say their child ages 5-12 use personal audio devices; pediatrician offers 4 tips to reduce noise exposure risks
Elective surgery study shows older adults have concerns about what it will cost them, how much work they’ll miss and whether they’ll catch COVID-19.
With over 400 stories published on Health Lab in 2023, the following 10 articles were the most read of the year.
As researchers explored potential reasons behind racial disparities in treatment outcomes for children with severe sleep apnea, they were expecting to find the answer in socioeconomic factors. But they were surprised to learn that when one risk factor – obesity – was taken out of the equation, race was no longer associated with worse post-surgery outcomes for obstructive sleep apnea.
Congratulations to Gifty Kwakye, MD, MPH, and Andrew G. Shuman, MD, FACS, HEC-C, on their new roles.