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Norman Hogikyan, MD, FACS

Associate Chair of Clinical Affairs, Laryngology and General Otolaryngology
Division Chief, Laryngology and General Otolaryngology
Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
Professor of Music

The human voice, voice disorders and laryngeal (voice box) surgery.

Dr. Hogikyan’s clinical and academic interests are in the human voice, voice disorders and laryngeal (voice box) surgery. He and his otolaryngology colleagues have a well-established collaboration with the Program for Neurology Research & Discovery. Areas of investigation include laryngeal paralysis and reinnervation, peripheral nerve grafting, bulbar manifestations of ALS, and use of stem cells and growth factors in neural regeneration.

Credentials

  • BS, Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Michigan
  • MD & Neurology Residency, University of Michigan, ‘88
  • Laryngology & Voice Disorders Fellowship, Loyola University, ‘95

Honors & Awards

  • University of Michigan Medical School LarGO Division Teaching Award, 2018
  • American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Jerome C. Goldstein Public Service Award, 2018
  • University of Michigan Medical School Resident Mentorship Award, 2015, 2017
  • American Laryngological Association Presidential Citation, 2017
  • University of Michigan Medical School Esteemed Clinical Faculty Award, 2015
  • University of Michigan Medical School Dean’s Award for Community Service, 2012
  • Triological Society Thesis Honorable Mention Award for Basic Science Research, 2011
  • American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Honor Award, 2009
  • University of Michigan Medical School Otolaryngology Teacher of the Year, 2004