Dr. Marc Thorne received a B.S. in Biology from Cornell University. He earned his M.D. from Washington University (2001), before coming to the University of Michigan for residency training (2006). He completed a fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (2008), during which time he also obtained his MPH from Johns Hopkins University. Following fellowship training, he returned to Ann Arbor to join the faculty at the University of Michigan.
Areas of Interest
Dr. Thorne’s research interests center around pediatric hearing loss, including identification and risk factors for congenital hearing loss and outcomes related to pediatric cochlear implantation.
A pilot study of families of children going home after tonsil surgery finds that a smartphone app may reduce clinic calls and simplify care instructions for parents.