Otolaryngology & Communication Sciences
Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences
The Department of Otolaryngology at the Medical College of Wisconsin has all subspecialties within the field represented and is the largest Otolaryngology group in Wisconsin.
Our team of Otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat doctors) includes many fellowship-trained specialists who are familiar with every aspect of the ears, nose, sinuses and throat.
Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences Faculty
- Rhee, John S. MD, MPH
- Beste, David J. MD
- Blumin, Joel H. MD
- Bock, Jonathan MD
- Campbell, Bruce H. MD
- Chun, Robert H. MD
- Conley, Stephen F. MD
- Flanary, Valerie A. MD
- Friedland, David R., MD, PhD
- Garcia, Guilherme PhD
- Harkins, Charles J. MD
- Harvey, Steven A. MD
- Hong, Wenzhou PhD
- Johnston, Nikki PhD
- Kerschner, Joseph E. MD
- Loehrl, Todd A. MD
- Martin, Timothy J. MD
- Massey, Becky L. MD
- McCormick, Michael E. MD
- Pawar, Sachin S. MD
- Poetker, David M. MD
- Prudlow, William F. MD
- Robey, Thomas C. MD
- Runge, Christina L. PhD
- Stadler, Michael E. MD
- Sulman, Cecille G. MD
- Woodson, B. Tucker, MD
- Sabino, Ma'Lou DDS
- Sewall, Steven R. DDS
The Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences is committed to the ongoing training, research, and education of medical students, residents, community and international physicians, as well as, allied health professionals including nurse practitioners, audiologists, and speech pathologists.
Clinical and basic science research is ongoing in all of the scientific disciplines within the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
Best Evidence ENT 2014 will update practicing otolaryngologists on the latest evidence-based clinical pathways and practice guidelines for patient assessment and treatment. This conference offers a total of 16.5 CME credits.
Learn more about ways to give to the Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
For Clinical and General Information:
phone (414) 805-5527
For Education Information:
phone (414) 805-5671
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July 22 - Dr. Joseph Kerschner provides expert comment to Inside Science on a USC study that found that common ear infection drugs trigger bacteria to build defenses. Dr. Kerschner noted that most ear infections, including bacterial infections, get better based on the body’s immune system. Inside Science
July 21 - The Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences is presenting the inaugural Best Evidence ENT conference Aug. 2-5 at The American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin.
May 20 - CBS-TV News reports that the Food and Drug Administration approved the Inspire Upper Airway Stimulation, a neurostimulator device similar to a pacemaker to treat sleep apnea. CBS News
May 19 - May 19-25 is Tinnitus Awareness Week. Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the ears or head, and it affects up to 50 million Americans.
May 12 - Fox 6 News profiled a local man whose prostate exam revealed cancer, and who received treatment at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin. Monday, May 12 is the annual free prostate screening at Miller Park. WITI-TV