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13 U-M graduate medical education programs ranked in the top 10 by Doximity
An innovative treatment device tackles the hissing sound of silence
Study suggests that the overexpression of cochlear neurotrophin-3 can help prevent the loss of hearing.
A team examines neurons in the inferior colliculus to better comprehend the mechanisms behind hearing & speech.
Director of Audiology, Devin McCaslin, provides insights on the new FDA regulation
The new test could signal whether treatment is working months earlier than standard imaging scans, allowing doctors to try alternatives sooner, initial results show.
When the surgical wound doesn’t heal right, it can send some patients back to the operating room. A new technique tested at U-M could help identify which patients are at highest risk.
U-M researchers, led by Dr. Matthew Spector and Dr. Chad Brenner, have identified a new marker of cancer-fighting T-cells in patients with head and neck cancer.
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U-M Health ENT program is #1 in Michigan, #12 in the nation
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency Program Ranked #2