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We are ranked first in the nation for ear, nose and throat care.
Mark your calendar for the 15th Annual Lawrence-Hawkins Symposium, scheduled for Oct. 3 at the Michigan League-Hussey Room .
Fifty million people in the United States suffer from some degree of tinnitus, commonly referred to as ‘ringing in the ear’
A new treatment device is taking aim at the root cause of ringing in the ears. Next up: an additional clinical trial to further refine the approach.
A high-dose antioxidant regimen helps slow one type of genetic hearing loss in mice. Researchers hope to learn whether it could someday be used to treat the most common cause of childhood deafness.
Former Kresge Hearing Research Institute director Josef M. Miller passed away on February 17, 2017
University of Michigan researchers report a new, unexpected cause for "hidden hearing loss," a significant step toward the eventual work to identify treatments.
U.S. News & World Report names U-M Health System #1 in Michigan and #8 in nation for ear, nose and throat care
Appointment effective July 1, 2016
Rankings released by Doximity Residency Navigator
U-M ENT program named among the nation's elite by U.S. News & World Report
Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Lawrence-Hawkins Symposium, scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 23 at Palmer Commons.
The University of Michigan was proud to host the 9th International TRI Tinnitus Symposium Conference on June 7-10.
Conference hosted by Dr. Susan Shore
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